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When the Pelicans are on the clock, the question everyone will be asking is whether or not the team will be willing to draft Trey Burke.
Greivis Vasquez dropped nine assists per game last year running the point, so some might feel their point-guard situation is already taken care of. But with Vasquez running the show, New Orleans only won 27 games.
You can't argue Burke's track record. He guided Michigan to a national championship appearance after making a countless number of big plays down the stretch.
Playing two point guards in a backcourt has been a growing trend amongst NBA teams. Considering Vasquez's size and scoring ability, having him play alongside Burke at the 2 might actually work in the team's favor.
Though there's a need at the 5 position, Burke is the ideal floor general that New Orleans should appoint as its starting point guard in 2013-14.