THE BIG NBA draft questions—Who would go No. 1? Who would go No. 3?—weren't all fit to be answered on selection day. Uncertainties surrounded 7-foot, 248-pound forward Yi Jianlian, projected as a top 10 pick after averaging 24.9 points for Guangdong in the Chinese league last season. Will the sterling workouts he put on for scouts in L.A. over the past few months translate into the NBA grind? And how old is he anyway? (He says 19, some reports say 22.) For other questions, Yi, relying at times on an interpreter, has answers right here.