The Charlotte Bobcats have a tough decision to make this upcoming Draft day—with Anthony Davis likely to be off the board, they’ll have plenty of prospects to choose amongst, with no clear-cut No. 2 talent in the bunch. Looks like they’ve got their decision down to three names, though, according to the Chicago Tribune: “One major problem for Jordan is that his team needs help at a lot of positions. According to several NBA front-office execs, [Michael] Jordan is deciding whether to take North Carolina small forward Harrison Barnes, Kansas power forward Thomas Robinson or Florida shooting guard Bradley Beal with the No. 2 pick. ‘It’s a good draft, but there is just one star,’ one NBA executive said. ‘But there are kids in this draft who could be in the league for 10 years and be nice players.’”