The NBA draft takes place June 26, and now that the order has been set, teams are interviewing and trying out players to decide whom they will select. Most of these prospects have been preparing for this day their whole lives.
Zach LaVine surprised some NBA scouts by declaring for the draft after his freshman year at UCLA. He came off the bench in college and didn't see that many minutes on the court (24.4 per game, to be exact).
However, pro teams are intrigued with his athleticism and offensive potential. There are questions about his ability to be a true point guard, but he has a very high ceiling.
Which team will call his name on draft night? Check out the video above to hear LaVine answer a few questions about his game.