"I asked him the question, 'Who does your game, who do you think your game is like?' " Carlisle said. "He said he thought that he was a bit like Derrick Rose as a stronger point guard that could slash, create or shoot the ball, make plays, those kinds of things." Finley said he heard Smith say the same thing, with a slightly different twist: "He said he was Derrick Rose with a jump shot." Now the Mavericks just have to hope that Smith resembles the Rose who played in three All-Star games from 2010 to 2012 and was NBA Most Valuable Player in 2011 -- not the injury --ravaged Rose who, at age 28, was a shell of his former self as a Knick last season. Like Rose, Smith sustained a serious knee injury.
Complete results from the 2017 NBA Draft are posted below. Scroll down to see the details of each in-draft trade. Click on each player’s name for full pick analysis. For instant analysis on every player picked, refresh Rotoworld's NBA Player News page. Round 1 1. Philadelphia 76ers - 2. Los Angeles Lakers - 3. Boston Celtics - 4. Phoenix Suns - 5. Sacramento Kings - 6. Orlando Magic - 7. Minnesota Timberwolves - 8. New York Knicks - 9. Dallas Mavericks - 10. Sacramento Kings - 11. Charlotte Hornets - 12. Detroit Pistons - 13. Denver Nuggets - 14. Miami Heat - 15. Portland Trail Blazers - 16. Chicago Bulls - 17. Milwaukee Bucks - 18. Indiana Pacers - 19. Atlanta Hawks - 20.
Celtics draftee Jayson Tatum on going to a team that had the best record in the East last season: "It's great. I think that I get to learn that much more, especially from a veteran team that knows what it takes to get there. I can't wait to go and learn from Coach [Brad] Stevens and Isaiah Thomas and just everybody on that roster."