How the Feasibility Study Will Change the Industry

In order to provide the best possible results for the upcoming 2018 NBA Draft, the NBA has hired a study to help them decide whether the team should pick a player or trade up in the first round to select him.

The study is a combination of an NBA and NCAA College Basketball Study and it was led by a panel of experts who have studied everything from NBA and college basketball to the industry in general.

The study will be conducted in the spring of 2018.

The report has been completed, but there’s no timeline yet for when it will be released.

The NBA already has some of the best analysts in the league, and they will be the experts who will help determine whether the NBA should select the player they want to draft.

In terms of the draft, the study’s findings were a big reason why the NBA drafted DeAndre Ayton in the fourth round of the 2017 draft.

Ayton is an undersized center who has struggled to find his place in the NBA despite his impressive athletic ability.

He has struggled with the NBA’s current lack of talent on both ends of the floor, but he is a solid shooter and he also has the ability to score and make plays off the dribble.

The question is how far he can go before he can finally find his niche.

He will be a perfect fit for the New Orleans Pelicans because they have a great coaching staff and a solid backcourt.

The Pelicans have struggled to get off the ground with their coaching staff over the past few years and Ayton could help rebuild that.

If the Pelicans want to take him in the second round, it is possible they could take him with the No. 4 overall pick.

The only other player in the draft who could fit that bill is Emmanuel Mudiay, a big man who has shown the ability as a scorer and passer.

He is the type of player that the Pelicans have been searching for and could be an ideal fit.

The Pelicans could also take him at No. 3, which would be the best move.

They have a good team on paper and they could still get better as the season wears on.

In the second and third rounds, the Pelicans could go after players like Joel Embiid, Dario Saric, Joel Freeland, and others.

They could take the No, 2 pick to get someone like Jayson Tatum, but that is a risky move.

The Knicks have a solid point guard in Carmelo Anthony, but they are looking to build around someone else.

It would be wise for the Pelicans to wait until the third round before making a move.

In order to get the best out of the 2019 draft, it would make sense for the NBA to pick at least two guards in the 2019 NBA Draft.

The best players in the class are likely to be players like Jahlil Okafor, Lauri Markkanen, and Malik Monk, who are all great point guards.

The other point guard that could fit into the Pelicans’ system is the No: 5 pick, DeAndre Kane, who could be a big help for the team in the mid-to-late third round.

With that in mind, the next year is going to be crucial for the 2019 Pelicans.

They are the only team that has a solid shot at making the playoffs, and there is a chance that they could be the first team in franchise history to make the postseason for the first time in its history.

The next season is going by fast and with little time left.

If the Pelicans can make the playoffs this season, then they have the chance to go on to become one of the most exciting teams in the sport.