Deandre Ayton: 'I know I'm going number one' in draft

Deandre Ayton will watch the NBA Finals with the Suns this evening

All signs point to Arizona center DeAndre Ayton going first overall to the Phoenix Suns, and we got more evidence of it on Wednesday.

And the 7-footer's one-workout strategy followed Karl-Anthony Towns' pre-draft preparation back in 2015.

The only players that are part of the Suns core that have shown promise right now are T.J. Warren and Devin Booker.

"No one else", Ayton mentioned during his Suns' draft workout interview when he was asked if he'll be working out for other teams.

McDonough has taken notice of Ayton saying he wants to be in Phoenix and said the team takes it as a great compliment.

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"Nobody told me [I'll go first]", Ayton said. "That's just me. I think I deserve that". I'm not saying I'm the best player, I'm saying I'm the best competitor. I won't say that.

Arizona is a state Ayton already has history with - he graduated from Phoenix-based Hillcrest Prep before staying in-state to play college ball at the University of Arizona in Tuscon.

"I know I'm going No. 1", Ayton said.

" has a lot of strong ties to this area". Ayton was brought in to Phoenix on Wednesday morning and had a private workout with the Suns. and general manager Ryan McDonough was really impressed with what he saw.