Whereas some teams may opt to go with the high-ceiling risks in the NBA Draft on June 28, others will go the safe route. In some cases, that involves the win-win scenario of a player who is capable of becoming a superstar and, at worst, just a star. In other cases, teams will need to go with the player who perhaps may fall short of stardom but is almost guaranteed of becoming a reliable rotation player for years to come.
Not that this should come as any shock, but Kentucky forward Anthony Davis is on this list. A few of the other names may be a bit more surprising.