The general consensus was Derrick Rose was the right guy for the Bulls at No. 1. It is tough to find a point guard with Rose's skill in the draft, and with him being a Chicago guy to boot, the Bulls didn't have much of a decision to make.
At No. 2, the Heat had to decide whether Michael Beasley could bring enough in return to make him worth trading. In the end, Pat Riley held onto the double-double machine in hopes he can team up with Dwyane Wade and Shawn Marion to revive the Heat.
At No. 3, Kevin McHale decided to pull the trigger for the Timberwolves, dealing O.J. Mayo and three players to the Grizzlies for Kevin Love, Mike Miller and two throw-ins. McHale is taking a risk, seeing as how he dealt the future rookie of the year (Brandon Roy) on draft night two years ago.
So of the top three teams, who did the right thing on draft night? The Bulls and the Heat by staying put, or the T'wolves by swapping Mayo for Love and Miller? Give us your thoughts.