Phoenix Suns: Possible Targets With 5th Pick

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Mar 15, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Georgetown Hoyas forward Otto Porter Jr. (22) walks off the court during the second half of a semifinal game of the Big East tournament against the Syracuse Orange at Madison Square Garden. Syracuse won 58-55 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

The Suns entered the 2013 NBA draft lottery with the 4th best chance to with the top overall pick (11.9%), but ultimately it was the Washington Wizards that lucked out and jumped into the top three and the Suns fall to fifth just happened to be caught in the collateral.

Fortunately enough, in this year’s draft there isn’t a significant talent drop off between most of the prospects atop the big board. Assuming that the four teams ahead of the Suns in terms of draft order hold on to their draft picks, who will be there at number five? What would be the best case scenario? What will be the worst scenario?

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