Three biggest sleepers
Jeff Teague, 6-1, 175, Soph., PG, Wake Forest
He's a shot-first point guard who needs to learn how to run a team. But his scoring can be awfully useful.
Sam Young, 6-6, 223, Sr., SF, Pittsburgh
Knock on him is he's a 24-year-old senior playing against 19-year-olds. Nevermind that. He can play.
Dionte Christmas, 6-5, 190, Sr., SG/SF, Temple
Can fill it up from the perimeter and is very efficient. He could be a diamond in the second-round rough.
Three teams to watch
They hold the key to the draft with the No. 2 pick. With the top prospects shunning them, they could trade down or out.
Oklahoma City Thunder
No one knows which way GM Sam Presti is leaning with the third pick, but history says he'll be active somehow or another on Thursday.
Washington has talked about trading its first-round pick since May if it didn't get the No. 1 selection. Well, the Wizards ended up at No. 5.
Three biggest question marks
Ricky Rubio, 6-4, 180, PG, Spain
The consensus second-best prospect could go anywhere from No. 2 to No. 5 or No. 6.
Hasheem Thabeet, 7-2, 267, Jr., C, Connecticut
More than likely a top three pick, but whether he's deserving of that high a selection is a major question.
Nobody wants to work out for them — nobody knows what they'll do with the second pick.
Three best values
Patrick Mills, 6-0, 175, Soph., PG, St. Mary's
A lottery pick if he was three inches taller but could fall into the second round.
Terrence Williams, 6-6, 213, Sr., SG/SF, Louisville
Great athlete with prototypical size but might fall because of a questionable shot and smarts.
Jerel McNeal, 6-3, 195, Sr., SG, Marquette
Lack of size will make him a steal in the second round. He scores, defends and knows how to get his teammates involved.