1. New Orleans: Anthony Davis, PF, 6-10, Kentucky
Absolutely, positively the No. 1 pick.
2. Charlotte: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, SF, 6-7, Kentucky
Bobcats may be looking to move this pick.
3. Washington: Thomas Robinson, PF, 6-9, Kansas
Perhaps a little undersized but big on effort, energy.
4. Cleveland: Bradley Beal, SG, 6-4, Florida
Backcourt of future Kyrie Irving-Beal.
5. Sacramento: Andre Drummond, C, 6-10, Connecticut
Allow ample time for development.
6. Portland: Perry Jones III, PF, 6-11, Baylor
Blazers can take chance on Jones with another pick at No. 10 looming.
7. Warriors: Jared Sullinger, PF, 6-9, Ohio State
What he lacks in athleticism, he makes up for in skill, smarts.
8. Toronto: Terrence Jones, PF, 6-9, Kentucky
Has makings of a solid pro.
9. Detroit: Jeremy Lamb, SG, 6-5, Connecticut
Long and skilled, Lamb should be able to score as a pro.
10. New Orleans: Harrison Barnes, SF, 6-8, North Carolina
All of a sudden, Hornets are deep, talented.
11. Portland: John Henson, PF, 6-11, North Carolina
Hensons length should make him defensive factor.12. Milwaukee: Tyler Zeller, C, 7-0, North Carolina
Is most pro-ready of centers.13. Phoenix: Damian Lillard, PG, 6-3, Weber State
Oakland native considered best of point guards.14. Houston: Kendall Marshall, PG, 6-4, North Carolina
Kyle Lowry might be on way out.15. Philadelphia: Moe Harkless, SF, 6-8, St. Johns
His toughness could get him onto court in first year.16. Houston: Meyers Leonard, C, 7-0, Illinois
Intriguing player but likely a few years away.17. Dallas: Terrence Ross, SG, 6-6, Washington
Tough, big-time scorer.18. Minnesota: Royce White, SF, 6-8, Iowa State
Led team in five categories (scoring, rebounding, assists, blocks, steals).19. Orlando: Dion Waiters, SG, 6-4, Syracuse
Magic need to get more athletic in backcourt.20. Denver: Austin Rivers, SG, 6-4, Duke
Would be no rush for Rivers with Lawson-Afflalo already there.21. Boston: Quincy Miller, SF, 6-9, Baylor
ACL issues appear behind him.22. Boston: Fab Melo, C, 7-0, Syracuse
Can impact a game with shot-blocking.23. Atlanta: Marquis Teague, PG, 6-2, Kentucky
Can he be a starting point guard down the line?24. Cleveland: Festus Ezeli, C, 6-11, Vanderbilt
Ezeli coming out from under the radar.25. Memphis: Jeff Taylor, SF, 6-6, Vanderbilt
Solid player with high basketball IQ.26. Indiana: Tony Wroten Jr., PG, 6-5, Washington
May not last this long.27. Miami: Arnett Moultrie, C, 6-10, Mississippi State
Rebounding always seems to translate to NBA.28. Oklahoma City: Andrew Nicholson, C, 6-9, St. Bonaventure
High-character player seems to be climbing.29. Chicago: Doron Lamb, SG, 6-5, Kentucky
One of the lesser-known Wildcats.30. Warriors: Draymond Green, SF, 6-6, Michigan State
Green with a little bit of everything in his game.