As quickly as Anthony Davis shot up from a six-foot tall wing playing freshman in High School, expectations of what the now 6-foot-10 big man from Kentucky could soon be on the next level are rising even quicker.
In a recent Sports Illustrated article, Sam Amick quoted one Western Conference General Manager who said that Davis is probably going to be better than Blake Griffin. Before you say something about Blake's post-up game, just be reminded that he still is an All Star, a young Shawn Kemp without the kids, and there are only actually twenty-four NBA All Stars every season in total.
Another Western Conference GM polled in the piece said that probably only six players in this "deep draft" have a chance to one day become stars too. That's why, even in what's perceived to be it's deepest form, the NBA draft is still a crap-shoot. With the exception of Davis of course, it seems.
At least according too one General Manager, who even went as far as saying...