The Warriors, with the help of owner Joe Lacob's wallet, acquired Tyler from the Charlotte Bobcats, who had selected him at No. 39. The Warriors paid 2 million for those rights.
Through all the draft chatter, deception, subterfuge and outright fabrications, the Warriors took the player they were linked to from the beginning: WSU shooting guard Klay Thompson.
When the Warriors draft at No. 11 in Thursday's draft -- assuming they stay put -- a lot of their work already will have been done for them. What happens today? NBA Insider Matt Steinmetz lays out the possibilities.
The Kings seem to have had a lottery pick in each of the last hundred drafts, and despite solid picks the last few years, they continue to struggle. Will this year mark the end of their draft woes?