At SB Nation, a look at the Top 10 PG's and why the fungibility of the position means none are worthy of a lottery pick:
The 2012 NBA Draft, scheduled for June 28, is an exception to the trend, as there are significant questions surrounding all of the best available PGs. They either excelled at a small school and were rarely tested by elite competition, or they benefited from playing with elite teammates at a big school.
That could be an issue for the lottery teams who need a young point guard, as I don't think there's one worthy of a lottery selection in this draft. After all, there's no reason to use a lottery pick on a solid NBA point guard when teams can find undrafted rookies from Harvard off waivers who can do the job just as well.
1. Damian Lillard, 2. Scott Machado, 3. Kendall Marshall, 4. Tyshawn Taylor, 5. Tony Wroten Jr., 6. Marquise Teague, 7. Terrell Stoglin, 8. Marcus Denmon, 9. Jordan Taylor, 10. Tu Holloway