The start of the NBA's free agency begins on July 1, and teams and players have begun lining up preferences. Follow along with all of the action.
L.A. is Aldridge's meeting ground
The Lakers and Rockets will get first shot at LaMarcus Aldridge, with meetings in Los Angeles as free agency begins Tuesday night. Aldridge will also meet with the Spurs, Mavs, Suns, Raptors and Knicks later in the week, sources tell ESPN. Blazers' return 'very unlikely'
The Lakers and Rockets will get the first opportunities to meet with LaMarcus Aldridge shortly after the free-agency period officially begins at 9:01 p.m. PT Tuesday in Los Angeles.
Suns: G Brandon Knight will re-sign for $70 million over 5 years, according to Racine Journal Times
Suns first-round draft pick may never have reached the NBA if not for a high-school move from Michigan to Mississippi to live with his father.
Suns hoping Devin Booker hits shots
Phoenix took the Kentucky shooting guard with the No. 13 pick, a smart decision given their accuracy woes last season. Booker is a sniper, arguably one of the best shooters in the draft. Add in their trade for Jon Leuer, and the Suns earned themselves a thumbs-up from ESPN's Amin Elhassan. Draft thumbs-up and thumbs-down
Booker's shooting gives him a high floor
Even if Devin Booker doesn't develop into more than a shooter, his precision from long range will provide plenty of value over the course of his career. The shooting-needy Suns nabbed him at No. 13 overall, earning them a B from Chad Ford. Ford's complete draft grades (Insider)
The 2015 NBA draft is over. Who deserves high marks for their picks? After 60 selections Thursday night, Chad Ford hands out his grades for every squad.
The Timberwolves, Lakers and 76ers made splashes with the first three selections. How did they -- and the rest of the league -- do Thursday? Our NBA writers assess every team's draft picks.
The Phoenix Suns have traded second-round pick Andrew Harrison to the Memphis Grizzlies for forward/center Jon Leuer.
With the 13th overall pick in Thursday night's draft, the Suns added some perimeter shooting by taking Kentucky guard Devin Booker.
Thirteenth pick dresses to the nines
Devin Booker on if his middle name of Armani puts more pressure on him to dress well: "I've actually met Giorgio before. My dad played for Armani Jeans overseas, so when I went and visited him, I met him. So I guess we'll see, but yeah, I'm definitely a fashion guy."
Suns: C Jon Leuer to be acquired from Grizzlies for future 2nd-round pick, sources tell Marc Stein
The Suns are becoming the Wildcats
Jalen Rose: "What's the record for most guys from one college team on the same roster? Because that's what the Suns are becoming: The Kentucky Suns." All four players on Phoenix's point guard depth chart attended Kentucky.
Suns: Kentucky G Andrew Harrison selected with 44th pick in NBA Draft
Bilas on Booker: 'Young Klay Thompson'
Jay Bilas: "He's a way better athlete than people think. He had the best lane agility times at the NBA combine. Jalen mentioned it the other night -- he really is a young Klay Thompson."
NBA Prospect: Devin Booker
Chad Ford breaks down Devin Booker's skill set as Booker gets set to enter the NBA.
Insider profile: Devin Booker
Booker made 58 3-pointers this season and has a high basketball IQ, but lacks elite athleticism. He averaged 10 points, 2 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game last season. Deep range on jumper
Booker picked 13 overall by Phoenix
The Suns select Devin Booker (Kentucky) in the 2015 NBA Draft.
On the clock: Phoenix Suns
The Suns seem to have a fixation on the number 13, having selected there in 2011 and 2012. Phoenix came away with Markieff Morris and Kendall Marshall in those two drafts.
Karl-Anthony Towns, Jahlil Okafor and D'Angelo Russell take center stage at the 2015 NBA Draft; live at 7 pm ET on ESPN