Unless you're with the New Orleans Hornets and you watched Anthony Davis put on your team's cap, you couldn't begin to know what to make of this draft. Everything that happened after the first five minutes was a matter of opinion, more so than any draft in recent memory.
This is what happens when so little separates No. 2 from No. 5, when No. 6 might as well be No. 11, and when a team picking No. 21 or No. 28 hopes to have stolen a top-10 talent.