NBA Draft 2012: Teams That Can Improve Their Stock Most on Draft Day

May 5th, 2012 by Sam Quinn Leave a reply »
There are plenty of teams that are thanking their lucky stars that the 2012 NBA draft is less than two months away. 

Adding one blue-chip player to a roster can immediately return any team to relevancy (see Kevin Durant, Derrick Rose, Kevin Love, etc. for confirmation). 

In this year's draft, there are a handful of teams that stand to drastically improve their stock with the addition of just one athlete fresh out of college.

Here are three of those teams.


Charlotte Bobcats

The most obvious of such teams are the Bobcats, who have their sights set on drafting the freshman phenom Anthony Davis out of Kentucky.

Charlotte could add anybody to its brutal roster of has-been and never-was players to become a better team right away.

Michael Jordan's organization is in a rebuilding period, and the firing of Paul Silas confirms that. 

In Davis' lone season with the Wildcats, he put up 14.2 points, 10.4 rebounds and 4.7 blocks per game on an absolutely loaded team from which all five starters declared for the draft.

Davis could be the next Kevin Garnett at a time ...

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