6. Portland Trail Blazers (from Brooklyn): Andre Drummond Drummond has top overall pick talent at the center position, but with lower expectations and a new GM could make everything finally turn out okay for Rip City. The fit with LaMarcus Aldridge couldn’t possibly be better and this becomes your darkhorse Rookie of the Year candidate. 7. Golden State Warriors: Dion Waiters 8. Toronto Raptors: Damian Lillard Lillard is the best point guard draft by a wide margin and has the capacity to step in as the starter immediately. Lillard and Jonas Valanciunas should split a lot of ROY votes. 9. Detroit Pistons: Meyers Leonard 10. New Orleans Hornets (from Minnesota via Clippers): Tyler Zeller 11. Portland Trail Blazers: Jeremy Lamb Lamb has the potential of being a top-five talent from this draft, but selecting him at 11 for a team that already has starters on the wing enhances the eventual likelihood of that becoming a reality because he will be allowed to grow into his body. 12. Milwaukee Bucks: John Henson 13. Phoenix Suns: Kendall Marshall 14. Houston Rockets: Perry Jones III 15. Philadelphia 76ers: Terrence Jones 16. Houston Rockets (from New York): Fab Melo 17. Dallas Mavericks: Jared Sullinger I had Sullinger in the second half of the first round in terms of true talent, and it will be interesting to see if the back issues take his stock to that place anyways. For a team like the Mavericks, an immediate contributing impact is worth more than longevity concerns.