The 2012 NBA Draft has its fair share of players who will be superstars for years to come. Most players, however, will help supplement a team instead of taking the reigns.
Players like Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist are being drafted to turn around teams from bottom-dwellers to contenders. The teams at the top need these players to make their franchises successful again.
But most teams aren't looking for the piece to change the history of the team. While it's lucky and convenient to have a later pick become a superstar, teams aren't banking on finding the next icon after pick No. 10.
Players taken later will still have an impact on a teams success though, making the importance of drafting well just as high late in the first round.
With that in mind, here are a few players who will be great supplements to their NBA teams.