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  • NBA Forum Mock Selection Thread

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    Draft begins Thursday, at 3:00 PM. 2 hour clock for 1st round, 1 hour for 2nd round.

    1. New York (From Memphis) - Derrick Rose, PG, Memphis
    2. Miami - Brook Lopez, C, Stanford (WTF?)
    3. Memphis (From Minnesota) - Michael Beasley, F, Kansas State
    4. Seattle - Jerryd Bayless, G, Arizona
    5. Minnesota (From New York) - Nicholas Batum, SG/SF, France
    6. LA Clippers - OJ Mayo, G, USC
    7. Milwaukee - Russell Westbrook, G, UCLA
    8. Charlotte - Anthony Randolph, PF, LSU
    9. Chicago - Kevin Love, PF/C, UCLA
    10. New Jersey - DeAndre Jordan, C, Texas A&M
    11. Cleveland (From Indiana) - Chase Budinger, SG/SF, Arizona
    12. Sacramento Kings - Bill Walker, SF, Kansas State
    13. Portland - Eric Gordon, G, Indiana
    14. Golden State - Danilo Gallinari, SF, Italy
    15. Phoenix (From Atlanta) - DJ Augustin, PG, Texas
    16. Philadelphia - Mareece Speights, PF/C, Florida
    17. Toronto - Roy Hibbert, C, Georgetown
    18. Washington - Darrell Arthur, PF, Kansas
    19. Indiana (From Cleveland) - Donte Greene, F, Syracuse
    20. Denver - Darren Collison, PG, UCLA
    21. Sacramento (From NJ through Dallas) - Kosta Koufos, C, Ohio State
    22. Orlando - Jason Thompson, F, Rider
    23. Seattle (From Phoenix) - Hasheem Thabeet, C, UConn
    24. Houston - Chris Douglas-Roberts, SG/SF, Memphis
    25. Utah - Robin Lopez, PF/C, Stanford
    26. San Antonio - Brandon Rush, SG/SF, Kansas
    27. New Orleans - JaVale McGee, PF/C
    28. Memphis (From LA) - Courtney Lee, SG, Western Kentucky
    29. Detroit - Joey Dorsey, PF, Memphis
    30. Boston - Joe Alexander, F, West Virginia

    31. Miami - Tyler Smith, F, Tennessee
    32. Seattle - JJ Hickson, PF, NC State
    33. Minnesota - Mario Chalmers, PG, Kansas
    34. Portland (From Memphis) - Alexis Ajinca, PF/C, France
    35. Portland (From New York) - Earl Clark, SF, Louisville
    36. LA Clippers - Serge Ibaka, PF, Congo
    37. Charlotte (From Milwaukee) - Davon Jefferson, SF, USC
    38. LA Lakers (From Charlotte) - Lester Hudson, G, Tennessee-Martin
    39. Chicago - Shan Foster, G, Vanderbilt
    40. New Jersey - Richard Roby, G, Colorado
    41. Memphis (From Indiana) - Kyle Weaver, SG/SF, Washington St.
    42. Sacramento Kings - Omar Asik, PF/C, Turkey
    43. Seattle (From Portland) - Nathan Jawai, PF/C, Australia
    44. Golden State - DJ White, PF/C, Indiana
    45. Sacramento (From Atlanta) - Sonny Weems, SG, Alabama
    46. Philadelphia - Taj Gibson, PF, USC
    47. San Antonio (From Toronto) - Richard Hendrix, PF, Alabame
    48. Washington - JR Giddens, G, New Mexico
    49. Phoenix (From Cleveland) - Ante Tomic , PF/C, Croatia
    50. Seattle (From Denver) - Anton Ponkrashov, PG/SG, Khimki
    51. Dallas - Bryce Taylor, SG, Oregon
    52. Orlando - Jamont Gordon, G, Miss. St
    53. Portland (From Phoenix) - Goran Dragic PG/Slovenia
    54. Seattle (From Houston) - Nikolai Pekovic, PF/C, KK Partizan Belgrade
    55. Utah - Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SF, UCLA
    56. San Antonio - Ronald Steele, PG, Alabama
    57. New Orleans - Derrick Caracter, PF, Louisville
    58. LA Lakers - Robert Vaden, G/F, UAB
    59. Detroit - Sasha Kaun, C, Kansas
    60. Boston - James Gist, F, Maryland
    Last edited by BrownsTown; 04-22-2008, 06:16 PM.

  • #2

    With the 1st Overall Pick in the NBA Draft, the New York Knicks select..

    Derrick Rose, PG, Memphis


    • #3

      With the 2nd pick in the 2008 NBA Draft the Miami Heat select...

      Brook Lopez, C, Stanford
      Last edited by OSUGiants17; 04-17-2008, 05:01 PM.



      • #4

        By the grace of god.....

        The Memphis Grizzlies are proud to select....



        • #5

          With the 4th Overall Pick in the 2008 NBA Draft, the Seattle Supersonics select..

          Jerryd Bayless, PG, Arizona

          Sweet Living

          I remember 9/24/08


          • #6
            Well, this sucks.

            The Minnesota Timberwolves select...

            SG Nicholas Batum


            • #7
              LA Clippers selects O.J. Mayo, SG

              sig by BoneKrusher

              Originally posted by BuckNaked
              Ok I'd almost rather spank my meat with sandpaper at this point.


              • #8
                Milwaukee's pick is missed, so they'll select

                Russell Westbrook, G, UCLA


                • #9
                  With the 8th overall pick the Charlotte Bobcats select :

                  LSU PF Anthony Randolph

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                  • #10
                    Chicago Bulls Select Kevin Love


                    • #11
                      The New Jersey Nets proudly select, C, from Texas A&M, Deandre Jordan

                      We ALL bleed scarlet
                      New York Giants Super Bowl 46 Champs
                      UNITED: I actually attend the college I root for
                      Originally posted by PalmerToCJ
                      BTW, if it's 3rd and 97... I'm throwing a screen pass to Brian Leonard and he will convert.


                      • #12
                        Cavs select Chase Budinger, SG/SF, Arizona (Don't worry, he's being traded)


                        • #13
                          With the 12th pick, the Sacramento Kings select..

                          Bill Walker, SF, Kansas State.


                          • #14
                            The Portland Trail Blazers would like to welcome:

                            Eric Gordon PG/Indiana

                            We think Eric could become a very good point guard, a la Gilbert Arenas. At this point, we'll be toying with him and Roy to see who fits the point and add a new young scorer to our team. This sets us up with a starting 5 all 24 and under.

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                            • #15
                              The Golden State Warriors are proud to welcome

                              Danilo Gallinari SF/International

                              Gallinari is a very impressive NBA prospect and should be a solid NBA pro. Whether he has as much “upside” as a prospect like Nicolas Batum is debatable, but Gallinari is definitely more NBA-ready than Batum and has the potential to be an above average NBA player.




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