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2011 NBA Mock Draft

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by , 18th June 2011 at 07:07 PM (324 Views)
1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Kyrie Irving
2. Minnesota Timberwolves: Enes Kanter
3. Utah Jazz: Derrick Williams
4. Cleveland Cavaliers: Jonas Valanciunas
5. Toronto Raptors: Brandon Knight
6. Washington Wizards: Jan Vesely
7. Sacramento Kings: Kawhi Leonard
8. Detroit Pistons: Kemba Walker
9. Charlotte Bobcats: Marcus Morris
10. Milwaukee Bucks: Donatas Motiejunas
11. Golden State Warriors: Klay Thompson
12. Utah Jazz: Alec Burks
13. Phoenix Suns: Jimmer Fredette
14. Houston Rockets: Markieff Morris
15. Indiana Pacers: Klay Thompson
16. Philadelphia 76ers: Bismack Biyombo
17. New York Knicks: Chris Singleton
18. Washington Wizards: Tyler Honeycutt
19. Charlotte Bobcats: Tobias Harris
20. Minnesota Timberwolves: Jordan Hamilton
21. Portland Trail Blazers: Reggie Jackson
22. Denver Nuggets: Kenneth Faried
23. Houston Rockets: Marshon Brooks
24. Oklahoma City Thunder: Nikola Mirotic
25. Boston Celtics: Trey Thompkins
26. Dallas Mavericks: Justin Harper
27. New Jersey Nets: JaJuan Johnson
28. Chicago Bulls: Chandler Parsons
29. San Antonio Spurs: Jeremy Tyler
30. Chicago Bulls: Kyle Singler

This is how I think the draft is going to go. Comments please?

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  1. Mako's Avatar
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    No way Kanter goes ahead of Derrick Williams.

    Even though Williams doesn't fit with the Wolves' needs, they simply will not pass on the far better player and prospect (and the odds are slim that Minny is even going to keep that pick).
  2. Nitro's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hide in Plain Sight
    No way Kanter goes ahead of Derrick Williams.

    Even though Williams doesn't fit with the Wolves' needs, they simply will not pass on the far better player and prospect (and the odds are slim that Minny is even going to keep that pick).
    Kanter fits with Minny so well that they should draft him. They need a post scorer to complement Kevin Love, and Kanter fits the bill. Additionally, Kanter fits in Kurt Rambis' triangle offense (which relies upon having a reliable post scorer) if Rambis stays behind.

    As you said, Williams doesn't fit with Minny. Though it's very tempting, I think Minny should just go with Kanter.

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