Charania, while appearing on the Yahoo Sports NBA Podcast with Chris Mannix, said that the Clippers have targeted the European floor general. The idea that the Knicks would like to work Holiday out close to the draft is an indication that they'd really like to get a first-hand look at him.
According to a report from Jonathan Givony, Doncic will indeed remain in the draft. "I think it'll be a lot of movement in this draft, potentially".
Scotto added that Los Angeles could package their two first-round picks in the lottery along with Tobias Harris to move up in the draft later this month.
Still, most signs point toward Doncic joining the National Basketball Association next year. He is projected to be picked No. 4 in the latest ESPN mock draft. With only one year left on his contract, Harris would be quite the valuable asset to any team. With cap space, and the need to rebuild, the Clippers can afford to take on the bad contract of Chandler Parsons by parting ways with Tobias Harris and Patrick Beverley, both of which are on expiring deals. This means it's officially rumor season and time to speculate wildly about what we'll see come June 21. If any team is willing to part ways with their top-five pick, Tobias may be the guy that makes a potential deal fall through.