The Philadelphia 76ers took a swing by selecting Serbian point guard Vasilije Micic with the 52nd pick.
The 20-year-old helped his NBA stock in the last two years by helping his national team take second place to the United States in the 2013 Under-19 basketball tournament. That performance earned him a spot on the national squad, where he played backup point guard in last summer's EuroBasket tournament.
Micic has continued to grow in the Adriatic league, where he averaged 12.1 points and 5.8 assists per game this past season. With excellent vision, the 6'6 point guard sees over defenses and can make simple plays to pile up assists.
While he is not a great athlete, Micic can get by more athletic players and set up big men rolling to the rim. He's a smart player on both ends of the court, but he could improve the consistency on his shot (Micic hit 28.9 percent from three-point range in league play). Micic must also prove he can contain more athletic NBA guards on the defensive end.