Forget analysis, let's just revel in pure potential and ridiculosity:
Okay. One point of analysis. It has pretty much become a foregone conclusion that Beasley will be the number one. [Only the outside chance that the #1 team drafting has a PF changes this up.] BUT, does drafting a ridiculously athletic power forward give a team the best chance to build a championship contender? I say not. Let me count the ways: Amare, Kenyon Martin, Elton Brand, Antonio McDyess, Laphonso Ellis, Grandmama, CWebb, DC, Barkley, Karl...is this just a coincidence? Those PFs who have won (Duncan, Rasheed, McHale, perhaps soon KG) are really long-skilled forwards. They have not been the highlight reelers or power bowlers. Past experience tells us that to build a championship, ridonk athletic PFs either wear out their knees or star on a team that becomes good, but never great...
Beasley aka the Creature
Derrick Rose aka the Great Poohdini
Nicholas Batum aka the French Jew (okay, the narrator probably meant "jewel," but who's counting?)
Danilo Gallinari aka Gallo ("rooster") aka the Flying Cannoli
Ricky Rubio aka Pistola aka Ru-Bee-Oh (Hook, anyone?)