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LAWRENCE KS - DECEMBER 18:  Josh Selby #32 of the Kansas Jayhawks controls the ball during the game against the USC Trojans on December 18 2010 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence Kansas.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
LAWRENCE KS - DECEMBER 18: Josh Selby #32 of the Kansas Jayhawks controls the ball during the game against the USC Trojans on December 18 2010 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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The Nets have three point guards under contract for next season and Ben Uzoh has been working on his jumper at the PNY Center. Considering that one of the three, Deron Williams, is arguably the best PG in the business and none of them is older than 26, it's unlikely the Nets would take a "1" when their turn comes at #27, then #36.

But Billy King has also said the team will take the "best player available"...and that of course would include point guards.  So Jared Zwerling of ESPN New York starts his draft review by ranking the points that might be available when the Nets pick late in the first.  He thinks, in order, Josh Selby of Kansas, Reggie Jackson of Boston College and Queens native Charles Jenkins of Hofstra could be there for the taking.

Meanwhile, the Nets' Ben Couch looks at the muddled picture presented by the draftniks in the latest mock drafts.