The 2017 NBA draft class could be filled with busts, and we’d still never forget it. The volume of trade rumors and purported promises and the sheer excitement surrounding this group of players is unprecedented. While we can’t all be Lakers and Sixers fans waiting with open arms for Lonzo Ball and Markelle Fultz, respectively, there are still plenty of players to be excited about. Consult our 2017 NBA Draft Guide, with scouting reports by Kevin O’Connor, to open your heart to top talents like De’Aaron Fox and Dennis Smith Jr., and even sleepers like Ben Moore and Monte Morris.
The Unprecedented 2017 NBA Draft
This class is full of talent, all the way to pick no. 60. Your team might not get Markelle Fultz or Lonzo Ball, but there are 58 other players to study and embrace.
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