through No. 14 for the June 26 draft. Oden-Durant arguably is the most blatant either-or scenario in NBA Draft history. Oden and Durant were clearly the top two prospects last year. More than a few scouts have claimed this year's draft is an either-or between Beasley and Rose. Following are other drafts that could be considered as an either-or. Teams with the first pick based their selection on need. But in some instances, a player taken much later in the draft wound up far more worthy as the No. 1 choice: 2004: C Dwight Howard or C Emeka Okafor. Correct answer: Howard (No. 1 by Orlando). 2003: G-F LeBron James or F Carmelo Anthony. Correct answer: James (No. 1 by Cleveland). 2000: F Kenyon Martin or C Stromile Swift. Correct answer: G Michael Redd (No. 43 overall by Milwaukee). 1999: F Elton Brand or G Steve Francis. Correct pick: Brand (No. 1 overall by Chicago). 1993: F Chris Webber or G Anfernee Hardaway. Correct pick: Webber (No. 1 by Orlando, traded to Golden State). 1992: C Shaquille O'Neal or C Alonzo Mourning. Correct pick: O'Neal (No. 1 by Orlando). 1989: F Pervis Ellison or F Danny Ferry. Correct pick: G Tim Hardaway (No. 14 by Golden State). 1986: C Brad Daugherty or G Len Bias. Correct pick: G Mark Price (No. 25 overall by Dallas). 1981: F Mark Aguirre or G Isiah Thomas. Correct pick: Thomas (No. 2 by Detroit). 1970: C Bob Lanier or G Pete Maravich. Correct pick: Lanier (No. 1 by Detroit). 1960: G Oscar Robertson or G Jerry West. Correct pick: Robertson (No. 1 by Cincinnati). 1954: G-F Frank Selvy or F Bob Pettit. Correct pick: Pettit (No. 2 by Milwaukee Hawks).