The Pacers need to replace point guard Jamaal Tinsley, and Westbrook is the best available option here. He's been a combo guard for the Bruins, and at the very least he'll help the Pacers off the bench.
A project big man with huge athletic upside. If his skills develop, he could complement last year's first-round pick, big man Spencer Hawes, for years.
An athletic, skilled shooter and excellent blend-in player, he'll help spread the floor around the Blazers' young stars. A complementary scorer who provides more depth to a team that has loads of it already.
Terrific upside but is a couple of years away from producing. He appears to have a lot in common with current Warrior Brandan Wright, but Golden State won't be able to pass on his open-court talent -- though Randolph will have to separate himself from the disappointing legacy of fellow LSU big men Stromile Swift and Tyrus Thomas.
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The Suns will be looking for defenders and the 19-year-old Batum has the potential to be a stopper on the wing as well as a scorer in the open floor.
Alexander improved his stock with a breakout year. He's an athletic shooter who needs to improve his ball skills, but he isn't afraid to work.
A frontcourt tweener, Greene will fit into the Raptors' jump-shooting offense. They'll value his ability to create his own shot on the perimeter.
The Wizards may trade this pick. If not, they may go for this long, athletic frontcourt player who needs to get stronger and improve his fundamentals.
A big guard who can defend, a Josh Howard-type with an improving jumper. The hope is that he'll help spread the floor for LeBron James.
A scorer through and through, though his perimeter shooting needs work. He could earn minutes if the Nuggets make major moves in the next year to unload payroll.
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