2017 NBA Draft Big Board: Jonathan Wasserman’s Updated Top 50

December 10th, 2016 by Jonathan Wasserman Leave a reply »
The 2017 NBA draft class is looking stronger by the week.

Duke's Jayson Tatum made his debut after missing the first eight games with a foot injury. UCLA's Lonzo Ball has established himself as one of the most distinctive point guards in recent memory. And Kansas' Josh Jackson, Florida State's Jonathan Isaac and Arizona's Lauri Markkanen have all consistently produced big numbers early on. 

Injuries have become a disappointing talking point, though. Indiana's OG Anunoby and Michigan State's Miles Bridges are the latest to join Duke's Harry Giles on the shelf.

Still, based on the first month of the college basketball season, NBA evaluators and projected lottery teams should feel great about their chances of landing a core piece in June's draft. 

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