Revisiting Best-Case/Worst-Case Comparisons for 2012 NBA Rookies

Ethan Sherwood Strauss@SherwoodStraussNBA Lead WriterFebruary 7, 2013

The 2012 NBA draft has already delivered some positive surprises. There were some guys that scouts just weren't sure about and they've been brilliant in the early going (Andre Drummond and Damian Lillard come to mind). 

The draft presented some scouting challenges in part because its players were good enough to defy prediction. That's always an issue when making pre-draft comparisons: Good players are truly their own men.

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