We're just a couple weeks away from the 2018 NBA Draft, which means there's now a combination of misinformation, rumors, changing opinions, and heavy debate.
Some have to decide if the risks of past injuries are worth overlooking (Michael Porter Jr.).
Others near the top will have to figure out if Luka Doncic is making his way over here next year, or waiting, or just figure out whether it matters to them or not either way.
Plus, there's the tempting comparisons of Trae Young to Steph Curry. Could that make a team reach?
This draft is loaded with big man prospects too, from DeAndre Ayton, Jaren Jackson Jr., Marvin Bagley, and Mohamed Bamba, along with countless others likely going in the top-14.
This could be the draft we look back on as the one that brought back the big man to the NBA.
Of course, these are very different players from what we had when giants like Patrick Ewing, David Robinson, and Hakeem Olajuwon dominated the paint.
A few names jumped into the first round since the last mock draft, which is something we always see after the combine and into the endless workouts and interviews leading up to the final night.
As for the Wizards, we know they need an athletic big man, but that's not their only need. With the way things may work out before No. 15, they may have to consider a Plan B.
Ernie Grunfeld will just have to decide what their biggest need is when they're on the clock.