A savvy NBA team at the end of the lottery may be able to squeeze a lot of value out of their pick because of the incompetence of Myles Turner's college coach.
The problem for NBA coaches is they let short-term outcomes skew what is a smart, long-term approach. This is especially true since the threat of a dominant scorer on the low block is actually more valuable than his individual production out of the action.
The NBA has seen an emergence of "3-and-D" prospects and Jarell Eddie will hope to be another player to thrive in this role. He will spread the floor offensively and provide solid minutes as a defender.
Frank Vogel, who took over when Jim O'Brien was fired during the 2010-11 season, now has more NBA victories than any coach in franchise history.
As a face-up four, Jerrelle Benimon has some intriguing aspects to his game that earned him the Call-Up. He excels as a passing big man and is at his best when operating out of the high post.