NEW YORK -- At around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, some lucky team is going to win the first pick in the NBA draft and land Kentucky big man Anthony Davis.
The other 13 teams that don't land Davis have a major conundrum.
If Anthony Davis is the No. 1 pick, who is No. 2?
I'm pacing up and down 42nd Street on a sweltering Manhattan morning. Less than an hour ago I was in a private gym in Manhattan watching UConn big man Andre Drummond work out with trainer Idan Ravin.
Drummond currently sits at No. 5 on our Big Board. However, a number of lottery teams are seriously considering him with the No. 2 pick in the draft.
I take out my iPhone and make a call to get some help processing what I saw. ESPN high school scouting guru Dave Telep answers.
"I just got out of a workout with Andre Drummond."
Telep chuckles. "Can I guess what you saw?" he asks.
"You saw a huge man with incredible athletic ability who can go really hard, elevate above the rim and can handle and shoot the ball like a player much smaller than the guy you saw. And you're thinking this kid could be a superstar. Right?" Telep says.
"Ummmm ... exactly."
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