Biggest Concern: Too raw
Steven Adams is arguably the rawest prospect of the 2013 lottery. He's a top-flight athlete with 7'0'' size, incredible length and a strong upper body, which is essentially what caused Oklahoma City to pull the trigger.
But Adams lacks a refined offensive skill set. Unless he's got room to catch and finish, chances are his scoring opportunities will be limited.
Only once all year did Adams record 10 shots or more in a game. In a loss to Cincinnati, he played 24 minutes and didn't attempt a field goal.
It could be a few years before Adams sees regular NBA minutes—especially considering he's on a win-now team.
The fear is that Adams struggles to improve his offense or understanding of the game without much playing time over his first few years.
There's a ton of long-term potential here, but the road he must take to get there is long and winding.