NBA Draft 2016: Who’s No. 1 pick?

A lot of attention has been focused on the draft class of the upcoming season, but there are still some surprises.

While there are a few names that are trending, many of them have some questions to answer.

We’ll start with the first one: Who will be the first pick?

The first pick in the NBA draft is not yet determined.

ESPN and Yahoo Sports will have the list of players who are on the board when the lottery begins at 10:30 a.m.

ET on Tuesday.

This list will likely be updated throughout the morning, and if there is a significant change, the draft order could change.

The most interesting player in this draft is Lonzo Ball, a five-star point guard from UCLA who will be one of the top prospects in the class.

He is the second-ranked recruit in the country according to 247Sports, and he is ranked No. 11 in the 247Sports Composite.

He has a good chance to go in the top 10 overall, which is the highest ranking in the league.

He will be able to go undrafted and he will be eligible for the NBA Draft.

The second most intriguing player in the draft is Kristaps Porzingis, a 7-footer from Lithuania who will likely go in either the top three or four picks.

He had an impressive junior season, averaging 18.8 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game, and shooting a career-best 43.6 percent from three-point range.

He also averaged 15.6 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.7 assists per contest, helping Lithuania reach the FIBA Basketball World Cup for the first time in its 25-year history.

He will have to play hard, though, because he is going to have to work very hard to get there.

He only has one season of high school experience, and there are only 10 players who have played in the D-League in the past decade.

There are more than 100 players that will be in the ESPN NBA Draft Combine next week.

Ball and Porzingi have been the top two players in the Draft in terms of production, but it’s hard to say which one is the more intriguing prospect.

Ball is likely to be the most coveted player, but the question is whether or not Porzinges is the best point guard in this year’s class.