NBA Draft: The best team fits for the top 10 prospects of the 2020 class

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3. James Wiseman, C, Memphis

Best fit: Golden State Warriors 

We may not have seen a ton of James Wiseman outside of high school and he only played three games in Memphis, but there’s no question that James Wiseman is one of the best prospects in this year’s draft class. In fact, you can make the argument that he would be the No. 1 overall pick had he not been ruled ineligible to play at Memphis.

In his short stint with the Tigers, he averaged 20 points, 11 rebounds, and three blocks per game on 77 percent shooting from the field. At 7-foot-1, he has the chance to develop into a dominating force at the NBA level. The big question will surround how interchangeable he can be on both sides of the floor.

Keep in mind, the best bigs in the NBA are the ones that can guard multiple positions on the defensive end and can score and impact the game in a myriad of ways on the offensive end. That will ultimately be the challenge for Wiseman at the next level. The best – and perhaps most lethal – landing spot for him is the Warriors, who notoriously have had issues at the center position next to Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green. Should Wiseman be available for them at the draft, that will all change.