We know that Kyrie Irving and Derrick Williams are set to go at the top of the draft, but as to what teams will be taking them, that is still up in the air.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are not going to trade the No. 1 pick, and all signs point to Kyrie Irving as being the first piece to help replace LeBron James, but they need more than just a point guard to fill the void left by the game's biggest name.
The second piece will likely come at No. 4 and Cleveland could take any number of players, but not Derrick Williams.
The Arizona Wildcat forward is widely considered the second-best player in this draft but the Minnesota Timberwolves have been a lightning rod for trade rumors during the draft process and could allow any team into the No. 2 pick for the right offer.
There are rumors circling a large group of veterans and we could see trades come fast and furious in this draft with big names landing at new teams before the draft is complete.
The Washington Wizards have three picks in the top 34; the New York Knicks, Houston Rockets, Phoenix Suns and Detroit Pistons could all be on the move; and the Portland Trail Blazers have been active in trying to move up for a point guard.
We're going to go over all this and more as we look at the latest speculation in the NBA Draft.