It's NBA Draft night in Brooklyn and rumours continue to swirl around the league - who are the New York Knicks looking at with the third overall pick? Will the New Orleans Pelicans hang on to the newly acquired No. 4? Can the Atlanta Hawks parlay No. 8 and No. 10 into something else?

You can catch the 2019 NBA Draft from Brooklyn's Barclays Centre LIVE at 7pm et/4pm pt on TSN2, on TSN Direct and streaming on

Follow along with the latest scuttlebutt as the draft approaches.

6:15pm - T-Wolves move up

The Minnesota Timberwolves have acquired the No. 6 pick in the NBA Draft from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for Dario Saric and the No. 11 pick according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski,

6:00pm - Another trade!

The Atlanta Hawks have acquired the No. 4 pick in the NBA Draft from the New Orleans Pelicans for the No. 8, No. 17 and No. 35 picks according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

New Orleans is also sending Soloman Hill, the No. 57 pick and a future second-round pick to Atlanta, per Wojnarowski.

Wojnarowski reports the Hawks are pursuing Virginia's DeAndre Hunter with the No. 4 pick.

5:30pm - An actual trade!

Woj reports that the Indiana Pacers have acquired TJ Warren from the Phoenix Suns and the third pick in the second round. The return is yet unknown.

Warren, 25, averaged 18.0 points on .486 shooting, 4.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 31.6 minutes a night last season in 43 games.

A product of NC State, Warren is headed into his sixth NBA season.

4:10pm - The latest on Kawhi, part II


Leave Kawhi alone. 

2:45pm - Bol Bol to Boston?

Bol Bol - son of former NBA centre Manute Bol - is widely considered to have a high ceiling, but the injury that ended his season with Oregon prematurely last December has raised questions about his durability and how that will project at the pro level.

The reward could outweigh the risk when it comes to the 19-year-old and that's mindset that the Boston Celtics might have later on Thursday night.

Bleacher Report's Jonathan Wasserman reports that the team is likely to use one of its three first-round picks on Bol. The Celtics select at 14 (originally Sacramento's pick), 20 (originally the Clippers' selection) and 22 (their own). 

1:31pm - The latest on Kawhi

Is there anything new on where Kawhi Leonard plans to play next season? No.

Kawhi had dinner with Indiana Pacers guard - and Toronto native - Cory Joseph, a former San Antonio Spurs teammate, at the Cactus Club on Wednesday night. We know this because a flurry of amateur paparazzi shots popped up on social media.

Don't be that guy. The people you're taking creep shots of know exactly what you're doing. You're not slick. They don't like it. Let them eat in peace. 

1:21pm - Pels looking to flip No. 4?

The Pelicans acquired the fourth overall pick last weekend as part of the trade of Anthony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers to go along with the top pick that they already own. In some ways, the No. 4 selection is playing with house money for general manager David Griffin, so will he hang on to it or attempt to flip it?

Reports earlier this week suggested the Hawks might attempt to use their offer of No. 8 and No. 10 that the Knicks turned down to move up to No. 4, but there has been nothing more to that as of yet.

Stadium's Jeff Goodman says that the Pelicans have a kind of package in mind as to what they might consider - a first rounder and a player on a "good contract."

Goodman reports that the team has been talking to the Minnesota Timberwolves about their No. 11 pick and forward Robert Covington

1:15pm - What exactly are the Knicks up to?

RJ Barrett is the Knicks' guy at No. 3, right? Woj says yes, but the team seems to be sending out some mixed signals about what they intend to do with the pick.

On Wednesday, the team worked out Vandy guard Darius Garland and now Coby White, the Carolina guard, will be worked out by the Knicks ahead of the draft on Thursday. Could this just be a smokescreen and the Knicks hope for one last offer for their pick that knocks their socks off in a way that the Hawks' offer of No. 8 and No. 10 didn't? We should know sooner than later.