As David Wilson continues to recover from neck surgery, the running back said he still has no pain. However, in order for Wilson to gain medical clearance so he can hit the field again, doctors will have to see via X-rays and MRIs that his spinal cord has properly fused.

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With Chris Johnson gone and coach Ken Whisenhunt in, the Tennessee Titans are going to have a new look to their backfield in 2014. Whisenhunt has said that he intends to use Dexter McCluster, Shonn Greene, Leon Washington and Jackie Battle in some form of a running back by committee. However, he also said the Titans could add another running back via the draft.

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UConn point guard Shabazz Napier became a household name this spring when he helped lead the Huskies to another national title, his second as a member of the team. Napier's outstanding play opened a lot of eyes, and led many to speculate about his future in the NBA.

In Chad Ford's latest mock draft, released on Tuesday, he listed Napier at No. 28, a spot in the draft where the 6-foot, 170-pounder could be targeted as a backup point guard on a contending team.

Here are four teams that could potentially target Napier late in the first round or early in the second round:

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Stokes now a first-rounder? 

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Last month, we posed the question of whether Jarnell Stokes' draft stock was on the rise following an impressive showing in the NCAA tournament. And last week, we speculated that Stokes -- who has officially declared for the 2014 NBA draft -- could be among the forwards who benefits from Montrezl Harrell's decision to return to Louisville.

On Tuesday, ESPN draft expert Chad Ford weighed in on where he expects the 6-foot-8, 250-pound forward to go on draft day.

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Potential Wolves draft targets 

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In all likelihood, Minnesota will have the No. 13 pick in this summer's NBA draft. However, there is a small chance they could lose that pick to Phoenix.

The only way that can happen is if the Suns (No. 14 going into the draft lottery) move up into the top 3 and the Wolves don't, dropping Minnesota's Top 13 protected pick to the No. 14 slot.

Assuming that the Wolves do keep their pick, here's a look at a few of the players they are likely to target late in the lottery:

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Options for Ravens at No. 17 

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The Baltimore Ravens hold the 17th overall pick in the draft, which puts them in an interesting position. The consensus elite players should be off of the board by then, so that could allow them to trade down from the middle towards the end of the first round, where they still could land a player they like.

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Keith Smart didn't work out as the Kings coach, but could Marcus Smart be the team's future at point guard? There's a good chance the highly rated point guard will be on the board when Sacramento makes its first-round pick this June, and our own Chad Ford thinks it could be a great fit.

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Will Gordon go before Randle? 

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Aaron Gordon has officially declared for the 2014 NBA draft, and Julius Randle did the same on Tuesday. For much of the last six months, Randle has been projected to be selected before Gordon, but that may not be the case any longer.

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Latest buzz on Texans at No. 1 

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About all that we know right now about the No. 1 overall pick in May's draft is that the Houston Texans still have it. How they will use that pick remains unclear, though. Cases can be made that they should take a quarterback or Jadeveon Clowney, Khalil Mack or Greg Robinson, or even trade the pick.

As for Clowney and Mack, ESPN's Merril Hoge said Monday that he would take take Mack over Clowney "in a heartbeat."

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Tight end Dustin Keller dislocated his kneecap and tore his ACL, MCL and PCL during the 2013 preseason and missed the entire regular season while recovering from reconstructive surgery.

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Arison expects to keep 'Big Three' 

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According to The Miami Herald, Micky Arison was interviewed by Dan Le Batard on Monday and several topics regarding the Miami Heat were discussed.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh can opt out of their contracts and join the 2014 class of free agents. James will become a free agent, while Bosh and Wade may decline the option. Either way, Arison expects to keep his best players.

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Milestones influence LaMarcus Aldridge? 

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LaMarcus Aldridge is one of the best players to ever wear the Portland Trail Blazers uniform. After scoring 46 points against Houston, a franchise record for a playoff game, the All-Star has the chance to break many team records in the next few years if he signs a new deal in 2015. Will that influence his decision next year?

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Dennis Lindsey's top choices? 

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Plenty of speculation on Monday regarding the Utah Jazz head coach position after Tyrone Corbin was informed he would not receive a new contract. General manager Dennis Lindsey will look at several candidates, but two could be the favorites before the interviews begin.

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Kevin Love's opinion not wanted? 

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The Minnesota Timberwolves will begin the process of hiring a new head coach after Rick Adelman retired on Monday. While Kevin Love is the best player on the Wolves and his future with the team beyond next season is in doubt, president of basketball operations Flip Saunders says he won't consult with the forward when is comes to potential hires.

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