The Phoenix Suns will not be trading their No. 1 overall pick for Kawhi Leonard, but they may still be finding a way to factor into the proceedings.
The Seattle Mariners seem to have an idea of how to approach the future with their aging but still productive slugger Nelson Cruz.
Renewed concerns about his health have thrown Michael Porter Jr’s draft stock into question, but he ultimately may not have too much to worry about.
The New York Knicks might not make too much noise this summer, but next summer could just be their money-maker.
In the midst of a heated battle for the NL Central lead, the Milwaukee Brewers may be looking to address arguably their biggest weakness.
The Baltimore Orioles have seen enough from struggling slugger Chris Davis.
Despite just making their first trip to the playoffs in 14 years, the Minnesota Timberwolves still appear to have some internal problems to address.
The Philadelphia 76ers have selected in the top five in every draft since 2014, and they may be trying to continue that trend again this year.