NBA Draft 2012: Who Is the Biggest Sleeper?
With the NBA draft just weeks away, Bleacher Report lead NBA blogger Ethan Strauss and Will Leivenberg break down their biggest sleepers.
Strauss’ pick is 6’5" point guard Tony Wroten out of the University of Washington. Wroten has great court vision, which is crucial for a point guard. His outside shot is broken at this point, but with work, he can easily become an effective shooter.
Will’s sleeper pick is the big man out of Norfolk State, Mr. Kyle O’Quinn. The 6’10” O’Quinn, who averaged a double-double over the past two seasons, provides a huge presence in the key. He was also the first player in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference to be named Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.
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