Once the most intriguing prospect in the high school Class of 2016, Thon Maker wasn't even considered a first-round pick in the latest round of mock drafts, so his selection at No. 10 overall came as shock to some. The Milwaukee Bucks took the Barclays Center by surprise by taking Maker in the lottery. Thanks to a loophole in the NBA's one-and-done system, the 19-year-old became the first high school player taken in the first round since the 2005 Collective Bargaining Agreement went into effect.
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There weren’t as many trades or surprises on draft night as we — or team executives — expected, but there were a few. Jaylen Brown goes third to the Celtics and they do not trade the pick. Thon Maker goes ridiculously high to the Bucks at No. 10. Then there were the big trades of the last couple days — Serge Ibaka to Orlando with Victor Oladipo heading to Oklahoma City, and of course Derrick Rose is now a Knick. Who won, and who lost? Well the Sixers win, and bigs who decided to test themselves in college rather than hide and remain a mystery lost. But there’s more than that, and Kurt Helin and Dan Feldman of NBC Sports break it all down in this latest podcast. As always, you can check out the