Links to all of our coverage – Orange County Register

As expected, the Lakers drafted UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball with the No. 2 pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft and our writers had plenty to say about it, but that wasn’t all that happened.

The rebuilding Lakers also made three other selections, while a Clippers team that started the day with no draft picks bought the rights to one player and is expecting to acquire the rights to another.

Two other UCLA players were selected, and they’ll continue their careers together with the Indiana Pacers.

In case you missed anything, here are links to all of our coverage, plus some pre-draft pieces that might be of added interest now.


Lakers select Lonzo Ball with No. 2 pick in NBA Draft

Whicker: The real season begins, and maybe the Lakers do, too

Oram: Lakers turn to a hometown hero to reclaim hardwood heritage

Video: Lakers select Lonzo Ball with No. 2 pick

NBA Draft: Who is Kyle Kuzma, the Lakers’ 27th pick?

NBA Draft: Who is Josh Hart, the Lakers’ 30th pick?

NBA Draft: Who is Thomas Bryant, the Lakers’ 42nd pick?

From June 5: Villanova’s Josh Hart believes four-year college stint has prepared him for NBA

From May 22: Lakers hold auditions for upcoming draft, including Kyle Kuzma


Clippers emerge from draft with Sindarius Thornwell; expect to add Jawun Evans


UCLA contributes three freshmen to record number in NBA draft


Destiny’s child: Lonzo Ball, Lakers can complete fairy tale in NBA Draft

Miller: Lakers out to prove all things are possible again

Oram: Lakers willingness to make D’Angelo Russell a casualty of trade is fitting end to flawed tenure

Prospects respect the way Lakers’ Clarkson, Nance, Zubac carved out roles as non-lottery picks

Video: Talking NBA Draft with Lakers writer Mark Medina

The Ballfather: LaVar Ball and his 3 sons intend to change basketball forever

Whicker: Double-talk from Paul George, who wants to win but also wants to be a Laker

Former Lakers executive Jerry West joins Clippers as consultant for…

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