At #2, I'd feel comfortable taking Bagley in most situations. I think he'll learn to shoot, and his ability to get on the rim and finish with 2nd efforts will translate. He should be a great pick-and-roll guy. I just think the way the league is going, a big has to really run the floor. Failing to get back in transition is a big weakness. Ayton is a good athlete, but asking him to run hard all night may be too much. He's built like Patrick Ewing. I like JJJ as much as Ayton for the modern game.