Best-Case, Worst-Case Scenarios for 2014 NBA Draft Prospects

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Best-Case, Worst-Case Scenarios for 2014 NBA Draft Prospects
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At this stage in a prospect's development, you can only see an outline of what he might look like 10 years down the road. 

But it's tough to make out who will ultimately fill it. 

I've given each prospect a best- and worst-case scenario, since it's tough to pinpoint exactly who each will eventually resemble. 

A prospect's best-case scenario is represented by a player with similar characteristics and strengths. If that particular prospect can maximize his potential, he should end up looking like the best-case scenario I've given him. 

A prospect's worst-case scenario is represented by a player with similar characteristics and strengths who hasn't found a way to effectively use them as a pro. 

 

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