Several prospects for the upcoming NBA draft have concerns that may cause teams to reflect on whether or not they really want that player. A player might struggle with making an impact. His limitations could keep him from being a starter.
For example, Perry Jones has many of the tools needed to be a good NBA power forward, but he is missing one key piece to his basketball self. Though Jones shoots well and is a good athlete, he doesn't play with great energy. Teams might be intrigued by the possibility of drafting Jones, but he has that one major drawback.
Following is a breakdown of players who have significant concerns at this point in the draft season.