You're a fan of an NBA team. What if I told you that your starting five next year would consist of five former first-round draft picks, and that three of them would be lottery selections?
Even better, that two of them would be top-three selections?
You would feel pretty good, I bet.
What I've just described is no NBA team—but the college national champion Kentucky Wildcats.
Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist project to go No. 1 and No. 3 respectively. Fellow big man Terrence Jones is a possible lottery selection in the middle of the round, and the backcourt of Doron Lamb and Marquis Teague should both be selected towards the end.
There is even a chance that senior SF Darius Miller, a former starter, might also get selected in the first round.
The Wildcats are that good.
Now let's get back to our fictional scenario. You are a fan of an NBA team. Instead of having the five first rounders, three lottery picks, and two top-three selections on your team, your team will be playing them in a one-game playoff.
On the line: nothing but bragging rights.
I bet there are some NBA fans who are glad a matchup between their favorite team and the Wildcats would never actually happen.
Here are five teams whose fans should be happy that a game like this could only exist in their nightmares.