Ah, the NBA draft. The annual guessing game that penthouse-dwelling pencil-pushers play against one another in an effort to build the best basketball team money and brains can buy.
With that game of chance comes the hype of lottery picks; the possibilities of booms and busts abound.
Of course, some second-round picks will undoubtedly make their mark on the NBA as well; sleepers who could come in as role players and eventually develop into starters down the line.
For team executives—like Denver's Masai Ujiri, who possesses pick Nos. 20, 37 and 50 in this year's draft—searching for sleepers will be important.
This list details the 10 biggest potential steals in the 2012 NBA draft.