Each and every draft there are surprises. Some players go lower than expected and some go higher. Teams make decisions based on the best player available, or the player they like the most.
That was no different this year.
With many people considering this to be one of the deepest drafts in recent memory, there were sure to be some head-scratchers. Trades were expected, and after No. 1 pick Anthony Davis, everyone knew it was a toss up.
Some teams got great value for their picks, while others left you wondering what the heck were they thinking. It seems that the worst picks weren't bad players, just players that went too high. The best picks were the ones where teams got good players who dropped lower in the draft than expected.
Here are the three best and worst picks of the 2012 NBA draft.