NBA DRAFT GRADES
SI.com's Scott Howard-Cooper analyzes the best and worst NBA draft moves
The shot blocking and inside presence of second-overall pick Hasheem Thabeet (left) gives the Grizzlies a good chance to turn games around on defense.
Golden State: A
Got the perfect fit in Stephen Curry (No. 7)—he can pick apart a defense, and this offense will get him a lot of shots.
Took Tyler Hansbrough at No. 13 even though many around the league consider his upside to be as a scrappy reserve.
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Blake Griffin was the easy and obvious call for the Clippers at No. 1