Players in the second round of the NBA draft do not get their contracts guaranteed, so it is difficult for some of them to find a stable situation.
From the start of the draft process, those who aren't given first-round grades are overlooked because very few second-round draft picks become stars.
That being said, front offices that are able to find value with their second-round selections garner an advantage over their competition.
Manu Ginobili is a perfect example of finding a star in the second round, as the San Antonio Spurs snagged him with the 57th selection in 1999.
Trying to pick out which second-round picks will have successful careers is an inexact science, but that doesn't mean it isn't worth giving it a shot.