Way-Too-Early 2015 NBA 1st Round Redraft

December 24th, 2015 by Zach Buckley Leave a reply »
Karl-Anthony Towns is the top player in the 2015-16 NBA rookie class.

That hasn't changed in the six months since the annual talent grab. But the stocks behind his have performed like roller coasters, with some experiencing significant peaks and valleys.

There's been enough movement, in fact, that we re-evaluated the first 30 selections. Though it's so early in these players' careers, we've seen enough to make three changes in the top five, pull two players out of the top 10 and banish one top-20 pick from the first round.

There isn't a ton of production to examine since the campaign is only a little over one-quarter complete. But we weighed the data we have—including that from these prospects' pre-NBA years—to help pin down the picks.

Potential still played a massive part in this discussion. We factored in team needs and situations, as well.

Time will almost certainly shift this draft board even more, but for now, here's our view of how the first 30 picks should have been spent.

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