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Who has declared for the 2018 NBA draft, and who’s testing the waters? We’re tracking the prospects in our Top 100 rankings leading up to the April 22 early-entry deadline to declare and the May 30 deadline to withdraw. (International players who don’t need to consider NCAA eligibility have until June 11 to withdraw). By Jonathan Givony, ESPN

Which teams will land the best prospects in the 2018 NBA draft? Let’s look at where the top players — including Trae YoungLuka DoncicDeandre AytonMohamed BambaJaren Jackson Jr., and Marvin Bagley III — might end up. By Jonathan Givony, ESPN

More than 100 college basketball players — freshmen through juniors — have already declared early for the 2018 draft. Many of these players, of course, will return to school. Of the crop that’s opted to test the waters, only a handful have true on-the-fence decisions. Within that small group, a few players in particular are fascinating. Below, I’ve highlighted some men who have compelling reasons to leave — and potentially stronger reasons to return. By 

 

 

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