The pool of prospects is set in stone for the 2011 NBA Draft, but there's still some business to be sorted out on the league's side of things before the big day in June can go off without a hitch.
That piece of business—setting the final draft order—will be taken care of tomorrow night once the ping pong balls are done flying at the NBA Draft Lottery in New Jersey. Representatives from 12 teams will be waiting with baited breath to see if they move up, move down or simply don't move at all.
There's no telling at this point how it will all shake out, or if a change in the order would signal a change in who gets drafted with a particular pick. That being the case, let's have a pick-by-pick look at how this year's draft, considered by many to be the weakest in years, will shake out.