1. Wizards: John Wall (Fr. PG, Kentucky)

The Wiz hope this electric PG can pair with Gilbert Arenas to space the floor and create opportunities for the rest of the team. Grade: A

2. Sixers: Evan Turner (Jr. SG, Ohio State)

A Turner-Jrue Holiday backcourt tandem could make the Sixers relevant again. However, Turner’s arrival may lead to departure of leading scorer Andre Iguodala. A-

3. Nets: Derrick Favors (Fr. PF, Georgia Tech)

With all the buzz about a Russian billionaire as the new owner, a future move to Brooklyn and the possible arrival of King James, Favors flew somewhat under the radar. Even without LeBron, Favors has the talent to be a star but still needs time to develop. B+


4. Timberwolves: Wesley Johnson (Jr. SF, Syracuse)

A guy who can put up a ton of points, Johnson adds an outside threat to ease the workload on Al Jefferson. But can he still be the rebounding force in the NBA? B

5. Kings: DeMarcus Cousins (Fr. PF, Kentucky)

John Calipari even questioned the big man’s passion. He’s worth the headache, even in a young locker room. B+

6. Warriors: Epke Udoh

7. Pistons: Greg Monroe

8. Clippers: Al-Farouq Aminu

9. Jazz: Gordon Hayward

10. Pacers: Paul George

11. Hornets: Cole Aldrich

12. Grizzlies: Xavier Henry

13. Raptors: Ed Davis

14. Rockets: Patrick Patterson

15. Bucks: Larry Sanders

16. T-Wolves: Luke Babbitt

17. Bulls: Kevin Seraphin

18. Thunder: Eric Bledsoe

19. Celtics: Avery Bradley

20. Spurs: James Anderson

21. Thunder: Craig Brackins

22. Blazers:
Elliot Williams

23. T-Wolves: Trevor Booker

24. Hawks: Damion James

25. Grizz: Dominique James

26. Thunder: Q. Pondexter

27. Nets: Jordan Crawford

28. Grizz: Greivis Vasquez

29. Magic:
Daniel Orton

30. Wizards: Lazar Hayward

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