Zion Williamson is selected first by the New Orleans Pelicans

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On Wednesday and Thursday, NBA teams made nine trades involving first-round picks.

Then, they landed another with the remnants of last year's big trade. "Made us really comfortable at No. 3". The Pelicans are reportedly sending Solomon Hill, the No. 57 pick and a future second-round pick to the Hawks as well in the deal.

Williamson was overcome with emotion after NBA Commissioner Adam Silver finally announced he had been selected by the New Orleans Pelicans. A brief "Brooklyn! Brooklyn!" chant broke out when the Nets were on the clock at No. 17, but the Nets had already agreed to deal that pick to Atlanta in yet another trade that won't become official until July 6.

The Hawks now have the fourth pick in the National Basketball Association draft.

In the least surprising news of the day, Duke superstar Zion Williamson was the first name called when the NBA Draft began Thursday night in NY.

"YESSSSIRRRR!" Young tweeted. "Let's Work". "I wouldn't be here without her", said an emotional Williamson.

"I don't necessarily know what I'm going to do with it", Hunter said of his cap. That was one of my destinations. "When we bring guys in, we allow them to spend time with not only our front office staff, [but our] coaching staff, medical staff". In this scenario, that player is De'Andre Hunter out of Virginia.

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Hunter said Atlanta was a landing spot he anticipated.

"My mom sacrificed a lot for me", Williamson said. Barrett finished second behind Williamson for ACC Player of the Year, and ACC Rookie of the Year.

No other league had more than six picks.

Barrett started in all 38 of Duke's games last season, playing a team-high 35.3 minutes per game. In a combined 81 games, he averaged 10.6 points and 5.6 rebounds in 2018-19, both figures below his career norms.

Reddish is a stellar athlete with the potential to be a long-range shooter and lockdown defender with his 7-foot wingspan.

The problem is, things aren't going according to plan for the Knicks.

Knicks GM Scott Perry said that the club had Barrett rated highly on its board all season.

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