Chad Ford and Jay Bilas return to evaluate the top prospects of the 2014 NBA draft. Today, they break down the top point guards to see who could have the brightest NBA future and who could be a great late value pick.
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Matt Wieters is unlikely to push the needle much for the Nationals, as he owns a .302 OBP over the past four seasons and the metrics suggest he's a poor pitch-framer. He's probably better than Derek Norris at the plate, but his OPS last year was actually just league average for a catcher. Big name, but not that good.