"Teague controlled the game against the Cyclones, scoring a game-high 24 to go along with his four rebounds and seven assists. It was during the tournament when the great point guards before him really started to shine and now he is doing the same after just a decent regular season campaign in comparison to his predecessors." He's having a pretty strong showing in the tournament so far, and with this draft being so light on guards, it may serve him well to come out this year instead of wait. I don't think there's any doubt he wouldn't likely be a top 15 or 20 pick this year. I wouldn't mind him being a Blazer, how about you?