Well, it's official. According to this piece Thursday on SI.com, Jabari Parker is going pro. Here's a look at the teams in the lottery that would offer the best fit for the gifted 6-foot-8 small forward.

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Kyle Anderson now a lottery pick? 

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Two players ranked in the top 20 on Chad Ford's Big Board have already announced their intention to return to school -- Louisville power forward Montrezl Harrell and Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein -- while Arizona's rising small forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (No. 24 on the Big Board) has also decided to pass on the NBA for a second season of college.

UCLA's multi-dimensional point-forward Kyle Anderson, currently No. 27 on the Big Board, is one player who could benefit.

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How Kings win more in 2014-15 

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Mike Malone knew the challenges that awaited him when he agreed to take over as Sacramento's coach last June, but the Kings will probably have to show a vast improvement in the win column next season for Malone to avoid the hot seat.

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Suns GM warns other NBA teams 

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Eric Bledsoe will enter July as a restricted free agent and Suns general manager Ryan McDonough is planning to keep his guard at all costs. That includes matching a potential high-dollar offer sheet from another team.

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K-Mart not ready to close NBA career 

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Kenyon Martin has been sidelined since the start of February due to a sore left ankle and he's planning to have offseason surgery to fix the issue -- bone chips. Martin has played in 14 NBA seasons and he's not ready to call it a career. In fact, he hopes to keep playing for the Knicks.

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Mike Woodson''s fate decided soon 

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The New York Knicks completed their disappointing season on Wednesday and head coach Mike Woodson will likely learn his fate in a few days when he meets with team president Phil Jackson.

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Kyrie Irving likes Cavs' progress 

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The Cleveland Cavaliers offseason has officially begun and the most important issue is the status of Kyrie Irving. The Cavs are expected to offer their starting point guard a max five-year extension in July, however there is a chance he might decline it. Irving discussed the extension after Wednesday's season finale.

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Kobe Bryant update 

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Kobe Bryant played in just six games this season and the last time he was on the floor came on Dec. 17 when he fractured his left knee. Bryant has been working his way through the rehab process and next week he's planning to ramp it up, according to Ramona Shelburne of ESPNLosAngeles.com.

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Rick Adelman to retire 

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The Minnesota Timberwolves disappointing season ended on Wednesday with a 136-130 double overtime loss to the Utah Jazz. Head coach Rick Adelman spoke with the media after the game regarding his future and an announcement will likely come soon. Both parties have two weeks to terminate the contract. Adelman will meet with owner Glen Taylor and president of basketball operations Flip Saunders as early as today to discuss what's best moving forward.

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Rodney Stuckey's time with Pistons over? 

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Rodney Stuckey has played seven seasons with the Detroit Pistons since he was the No. 15 selection in the 2007 NBA draft and his time with the team is probably over.

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Grant Hill not an option for Pistons 

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The Detroit Pistons will immediately begin the process of hiring a new head of basketball operations and Thursday ESPN.com's Marc Stein listed Grant Hill and Scott Perry as two possible candidates. Hill can be crossed off that list.

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No rush says Rudy Gay 

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The Sacramento Kings once again are going home with no playoff games on the schedule, so after Wednesday's regular season finale, small forward Rudy Gay was asked what is the status regarding his player option for 2014-15. Gay plans to take his time and won't announce anything until after his first child -- a son -- is born.

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Getting Joel Freeland's rhythm back 

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Backup center Joel Freeland played on Wednesday for the first time since he suffered a sprained MCL on Feb. 12. Head coach Terry Stotts doesn't think it will take too long for Freeland to get back up to speed and get his rhythm back like it was prior to the injury.

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Terry Stotts' team option 

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When Terry Stotts signed to become the head coach of the Portland Trail Blazers he agreed to a deal that guaranteed two years with a team option for 2014-15. There has been no talk so far of the team picking up the option, per the policy from general manager Neil Olshey, and Stotts didn't have much to offer on Wednesday night.

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Ish Smith's future with Suns 

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The Phoenix Suns have a combined eight players who could be free agents come July 1. Guard Ish Smith is one of them and he hopes to be on the team next season.

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