As the NBA standings change, so does the projected 2017 NBA draft board.
Given the number of quality point guards and the fact most lottery-bound teams are already set at the position, fit could play a big role in determining where each prospect gets selected next summer.
UCLA's Lonzo Ball continues to roll, Duke's Harry Giles has returned from injury and Creighton's Justin Patton has officially broken out. Plus, a number of international prospects made strong impressions in December at the U18 European Championships.
The board will remain fluid as we get deeper into conference play. More competitive matchups create additional opportunities for prospects to move the draft-stock needle.
Taking team needs into consideration, here's a look at where things stand at the start of 2017.
The order is based on the NBA standings heading into Jan. 10, 2016. Draft-pick trades were accounted for.