It will be crucial for Jeremy Lamb to land on the right team if he is going to be successful in the NBA.
Lamb’s stock has drastically fluctuated throughout this past year.
He was once believed to be a top-five talent after helping Kemba Walker win a National Championship at UConn in 2011.
Now, he may even fall to the end of the lottery after his lackluster sophomore season.
He proved in college that he can be a fantastic scorer, but he seemed to disappear at times and wasn’t a great leader for his teammates.
Lamb is a pure shooting guard who will thrive in a system that makes him the primary scorer.
Here are the five best team fits for Jeremy Lamb in the 2012 NBA Draft.