With the 2012 NBA Draft just days away, players’ stocks will be as inconsistent as the Dow Jones.
In the weeks leading up to the draft, incoming players’ skills are analyzed with the strongest of microscopes.
Depending on trades and a team’s specific needs, it’s not shocking to see a potential superstar fall in the draft.
There is nothing wrong with slipping in the draft.
Monta Ellis and Marc Gasol, two young, rising stars in the NBA, were both drafted in the second round.
Tom Brady was taken as the 199th pick by the New England Patriots in 2000.
Here is a look at six players whose stocks will falter once draft day rolls around.