Biography: In less than a year, Mirotic has quickly developed into one of the top basketball players in Europe. Most scouts first took notice of Mirotic last April in the 2010 Hoops Summit at Portland's Rose Garden. The forward had 14 points and seven rebounds in 25 minutes for the World Select Team in a 101-97 loss to the USA Jr. National Select Team. Despite that solid showing, Mirotic started the 2010-11 season as a reserve for Real Madrid. With continued growth to his game, he now leads one of Europe's top teams. Although Mirotic has the height to play in the post, he doesn't have the muscle to play there, so he has developed an outside shot that has made him dangerous on the perimeter. He also can put the ball on the floor and use an explosive first step to drive to the hoop. Most believe he'll be able to add another dimension to his offensive game and have more of a post presence with added bulk. In addition to his scoring ability, Mirotic is considered an all-around solid basketball player who can pass, run a fast break, rebound and play sound defense. His long arms and quick feet help him defensively. He seems to have enough potential to get selected in the first round, but contract issues could prevent Mirotic from being picked at all. His contract with Real Madrid runs through 2016 with a buyout clause of more than $2 million.