Biography: Lee possesses a tempting combination of size, speed and defensive skills for a combo guard, and that could lead him to getting drafted in the first round. However, he has shown some inconsistency on offense that might result in him falling into the second. Lee was a first-team All-Pac-10 performer in 2010-11 and was named to the conference's all-defensive team. He then chose to leave UCLA after his junior season, but another season in college might have boosted his stock. Lee's 13.1-point average in 2010-11 was second best on the Bruins, but he was held to single-digit point totals in 11 of his 33 career games. An inconsistent shooter, Lee's lack of polish might make some teams hesitant to spend a high pick on him, but his potential will likely lead to him hearing his name called at some point during the draft.