2011 draft class is one of the deepest and can be one of the best
People say that the 2003 draft class is one of the best with LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade leading the draft class.
Others are saying that the 2017 Rookie Class which is led by Lonzo Ball, Markelle Fultz, Jayson Tatum and Josh Jackson can potentially challenge the claim of being the best draft class in the NBA. The draft class indeed looks promising and its just a matter of time for us to find out.
One draft class, however, has proven to be one of the deepest, however, has been a surprise and I can argue this to be one of the best and can probably challenge the 2003 lineup.
2011 includes Kyrie Irving, Jimmy Butler, Klay Thompson, Kawhi Leonard, Tristan Thompson, Jonas Valančiūnas, Kemba Walker, Brandon Knight, Nikola Vučević, Iman Shumpert, Kenneth Faried and Isaiah Thomas. These players have proven their worth in the NBA and some of them have already accomplished a lot and are still improving. The draft class has proven to be one of the deepest with Butler being picked last in the first round and Isaiah Thomas the overall 60th pick.
Hands down, this draft class could still accomplish more.