Who was the best second-round pick?
Mike Huguenin's answer: I think there are a couple of second-rounders who will make better pros than some guys taken in the first round, most notably Draymond Green, the former Michigan State star who went 35th overall. Watch an NBA game, any NBA game, and you'll be shaking your head at the low basketball IQ shown by a lot of extremely athletic guys. Green is sort of the opposite: He has a basketball IQ that is off the charts, but he is not that athletic. I don't think it's going to matter. Green does a little bit of everything; he can score, rebound, pass and defend; he also has a nasty streak that is going to serve him well in pro ball. I think it's his passing ability and rebounding ability that is going to make him an important bench player for a long time – and maybe even a starter as he gets older.