Aaron Gordon will wear double zero for the Magic.
The Houston Rockets grab the Pac-12 Player of the Year.
NEW YORK — Aaron Gordon hit his NBA Draft ceiling tonight, going No. 4 overall to the Orlando Magic at the Barclays Center.
Aaron Gordon says Brad Stevens reminds him of Sean Miller.
UCLA appeared to take the biggest hit in the Pac-12 with early NBA draft applicants.
Dan Dakich of Indianapolis ESPN Radio 1070-AM interviewed Sean Miller, former UA assistant James Whitford and Solomon Hill on Friday following the Pacers' adding Hill to the team through the NBA draft - visit their site to listen to each interview.
Suns first-round pick Alex Len of Ukraine gives fans a sneak peek at his 7-foot-3 1/2-inch wingspan.
PHOENIX - When Maryland center Alex Len took the NBA draft stage Thursday night as the Suns' No. 5 draft choice, it was not the first time the 20-year-old Ukrainian outshined Kentucky center Nerlens Noel at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
For the Arizona Wildcats, today's NBA draft could turn into Opposite Day.
Mountain View grad Aaron Anderson averaged nine rebounds last season for Kennesaw (Ga.) State and got a call from the Suns last week.
Aaron Anderson's agent left a voice mail eight days ago while he was at the dentist.
Projections have Grant Jerrett going in the second round because he has the size and skills to be a power forward who can shoot from the perimeter.
Ex-Cat Jesse Perry began playing in Lebanon in January, averaging 20.9 points per game.
Mark Lyons isn't expected to hear his name during Thursday's NBA draft, but like many of his Arizona Wildcats predecessors have found, he can still live comfortably in the game.
PHOENIX - During his 17th predraft audition Saturday, Solomon Hill sported a scruffy beard and longer hair than he kept in his four years with the Arizona Wildcats.
NEW YORK - Nick Gilbert and the Cleveland Cavaliers have beaten the NBA lottery odds again.
Andre Roberson still hasn't decided if he will stay at Colorado but everyone else in the Pac-12 has.
Kaleb Tarczewski, right, was one of the freshman trio in 2012-13 that stole minutes away from Angelo Chol. It's not known yet if Chol will redshirt next season, or possibly even transfer.
Grant Jerrett's decision to leave for pro basketball opens up another roster spot for the Wildcats for the 2013-14 season. Arizona may try again to go the "rent-a-grad" route, such as when Mark Lyons joined the team last year.