Quote Originally Posted by gwrighter View Post
At the time nobody knew exactly where Bargs fit in. We thought he could be a 3 or a 5. But he obviously ended up being a 4.
It can be argued Bargnani had the highest ceiling in that draft, though he never reached it.

Gay fell to 8th to suggest he should have been #1

Picks 3 & 4 were busts (Morrison, Thomas) many here wanted Morrison.

Roy went 6th to Minny & was traded.

Rondo drafted 21st, benefited from learning & playing with 3 HOF's.

The only case that can be made is for Aldridge & even then, at that point, not a clear decision.