The entire NBA passed on Draymond Green three years ago. Several teams passed on him twice. The Cleveland Cavaliers drafted four other players before Green went off the board to the Golden State Warriors with the 35th pick. None of them are still on the Cavs’ roster.
Every NBA franchise — sans the Warriors — is losing more than necessary because of their inability to properly evaluate Green at Michigan State. If the Warriors beat Cleveland in the NBA Finals next month, it’s because the Cavs thought more of Bernard James and Jae Crowder in 2012 with picks No. 33 and 34. – Read more at LSJ.com