It looks like we're probably (hopefully) gonna end up with at least the 3rd worst record in the league. That gives us a realistic shot at the #1 or #2 pick. Probably #4 at the worst. So, basically, everyone's on the table. McLemore - He's #1 on my board, for sure. He's more or less exactly what we need - a perimeter scorer at the 2 or 3. Even better, a shooter. Even better-er, a plus defender. He's not as great with the ball as you'd like to see at this point. And he sort of disappears at times. But he's #1. Smart - He's #1a for me. The one issue with him is that he's not a true point, and he's a little undersized for a 2-guard. Aside from that, he's better with the ball than McLemore, and a little more intense. I'd love to have him. Muhammad - He's #3 for me. I like Muhammad. I think he's going to be a plus wing defender. I think he's going to be a plus wing scorer. Needs to improve his shot a little. Needs to get a little better with the ball. Needs to become a little more assertive. And it appears there's a good chance he will do all of that. Bennett - He's #4 for me. Probably would be better-suited as a 4, but we need him more as a 3, and I still like him better there than Porter. Just needs to keep working on that outside shot. Physically and athletically, a good match-up for LeBron (not as quick, but who is at that size). Porter - I don't like him as a top-4 pick. I hated Tayshaun - and he sounds a lot like a Tayshaun who can't shoot or dribble. No thanks. Oladipo - Seems like more of a defensive specialist in the league to me. Noel/Zeller/Len/C-Stein - It'd be nice to have a great, third big man. But I'm hoping that we'll be able to land a full-time starter this high in the draft.