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1. New Orleans: Anthony Davis, PF, 6-10, Kentucky
One thing were not hearing: ThatHornets looking to move pick.
2. Charlotte: Thomas Robinson, PF, 6-9, Kansas
Robinson may bemost pro-ready player in draft, and Bobcats needed pros yesterday.
3. Washington: Bradley Beal, SG, 6-4, Florida
Makes sense Wall, Beal, Ariza, Nene, Okafor.
4. Cleveland: Harrison Barnes, SF, 6-8, North Carolina
The Cavs think theyrebuilding something in a hurry, and so Barnes is more ready-made forthem.
5. Sacramento: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, SF, 6-7, Kentucky
Tough to seeKings passing on Kidd-Gilchrist if he falls this far.
6. Portland: Andre Drummond, C, 6-10, Connecticut.
Very wellcould be Neil Olsheys official first mistake as general manager.
7. Warriors: Terrence Jones, PF, 6-9, Kentucky
Tough seeing Golden State pulltrigger on Zeller, Waiters or Lillard here.
8. Toronto: Dion Waiters, SG, 6-4, Syracuse
Has edge overJeremy Lamb in toughness category.
9. Detroit: Jeremy Lamb, SG, 6-5, Connecticut
Lamb is astalented as any perimeter player in draft.
10. New Orleans: Damian Lillard, PG, 6-3, Weber State
Simply put, Lillard makes too much sense here.
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11. Portland: Kendall Marshall,PG, 6-4, North Carolina
Blazers would have preferred Lillard, but beggars cant be choosers.
12. Milwaukee: Meyers Leonard, C, 7-0, Illinois
Common senseindicates they need replacement for Andrew Bogut.13. Phoenix:Austin Rivers, SG, 6-4, Duke
Stock rising and in a hurry.
14. Houston: Tyler Zeller, C, 7-0, North Carolina
Probablythe least sexy pick in the lottery.15. Philadelphia: Terrence Ross, SG, 6-6, Washington
Intriguingplayer who wont fall much further than this.16. Houston: Jared Sullinger, PF, 6-9, Ohio State
Back problem or no, tough to see Daryl Morey passing on Sullinger because ofhis numbers alone.17. Dallas: Royce White, SF, 6-8, Iowa State
Huge hands, great passer and truck-like size.18. Minnesota: John Henson, PF, 6-11, North Carolina
Hensonfalling, but T-Wolves need frontcourt athleticism.19. Orlando: Moe Harkless, SF, 6-8, St. Johns
Hes strong,hes athletic and hes raw.20. Denver: Arnett Moultrie, C, 6-10, Mississippi State
Some mock drafts have Moultrieas high as the mid-teens.21. Boston:Andrew Nicholson, C, 6-9, St. Bonaventure
Might be best low-post scorer in thedraft.
22. Boston:Perry Jones III, PF, 6-11, Baylor
Slipping, slipping, slipping. If draft wereheld in July, hed be second-rounder.23. Atlanta:Festus Ezeli, C, 6-11, Vanderbilt
Work ethic and maturity give him chance atstaying power.24. Cleveland: Fab Melo, 7-0, C, Syracuse
Cavs need moresize and Melo among biggest players remaining.25. Memphis: Will Barton, SF, 6-6, Memphis
Going to betough for Grizzlies to pass on this small forward from backyard.26. Indiana:John Jenkins, SG, 6-4, Vanderbilt
Jenkins could be best perimeter shooter indraft.27. Miami:Miles Plumlee, C, 6-11, Duke
Heat need size; Plumlees got that.28. Oklahoma City: Marquis Teague, PG, 6-2, Kentucky
Eric Maynor isout of sight, out of mind.29. Chicago: Tony Wroten, PG, 6-5, Washington
Cousin ofWarriors guard Nate Robinson.30. Warriors: Evan Fournier, SG, 6-7, France
Here might be perfect timeto try to get that small forward of future.