The NBA Draft will be on the agenda, and as of now, there’s not a lot of information on the most talented players coming off the board.

There are a few guys in the top 10, though, and a few that are trending higher.

The list is dominated by five guys who have been in the league for at least the past five years.

The consensus is the Knicks’ Anthony Davis.

The Knicks have made the playoffs in every season since he joined the franchise, and they won a championship in 2013.

That title was the second title in three seasons for Davis, and it’s not the first championship for the Knicks since he arrived.

He’s had a terrific season, averaging 25.4 points, 8.7 rebounds and 6.1 assists.

He has also been a major reason the Knicks have been a top-three team for much of the past decade, and he’s always been a defensive threat, as evidenced by his blocks in the 2015 Finals and the 2014 Finals when he blocked three shots.

The Warriors’ Stephen Curry is the most well-rounded player in the draft, and while he doesn’t have the elite shooting ability that a lot players do, he’s a great passer and rebounder.

The 6-foot-11 center is averaging 17.3 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists, and his rebounding has increased each year since he became a starter in 2014.

Curry is also the league’s top defender, which means he’ll have a hard time staying on the court for very long.

The Lakers’ Lonzo Ball is one of the best shooters in the world, and if he stays healthy, he could be one of several players who will help Los Angeles reach the finals this season.

The Lakers will likely have two first-round picks, and Ball is the top pick because he can play both guard positions.

Ball is a strong defender and he also shoots well from deep, and in addition to that, he has a good outside shot.

He also has some potential offensively, especially from the three-point line.

The Knicks have a pair of guys in Jamal Murray and Joel Embiid that could be the most intriguing.

Murray is a big-bodied big man who shoots well, can score and is a capable scorer.

He is the only player to average 20.4 and 7.2 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game since he was drafted in 2012, and when he’s on the floor, the Knicks can score with ease.

He has the potential to be a high-scoring big man, but his biggest strength is his passing and rebounding ability, which makes him an excellent complement to Derrick Rose.

Murray will also be able to create for others in the pick-and-roll.

Embiids shot 32.4 percent on three-pointers this season, but he’s still shooting 43.3 percent.

His defensive skills and ability to play both forward positions will make him an ideal fit with Derrick Rose and Carmelo Anthony.

In all likelihood, the Lakers will have two top picks, which is why it’s a little confusing as to how the rest of the league will react to them.

The NBA has always been more of a pass-first league, and the NBA Draft is usually one of those times where you can’t predict how things will shake out.

The last two draft classes have been extremely disappointing, and that has a lot to do with how things play out.

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