USA TODAY Sports evaluated and doled out grades for each team’s performance in the NBA draft, from best to worst:
Golden State Warriors: A
With the No. 7 selection, the Warriors took North Carolina small forward Harrison Barnes, addressing a need at the position while simultaneously taking the best available player. At No. 30, the Warriors picked up Vanderbilt center Festus Ezeli, adding depth behind Andrew Bogut, who is coming off ankle surgery. They finished with Michigan State power forward Draymond Green at No. 35 and Georgian forward Ognjen Kuzmic, who they’ll keep overseas, at No. 52. That’s three potential rotation players, all with great value at their spots, and a guy to watch in two or three years.
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