2011 nba mock draft

by Prez Ro 

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It's that time again basketball fans... time for players to achieve their highest dreams of becoming a professional basketball player. Since the NBA established its rule on one year removed from high school, it seems the one-and-done player have remained somewhat of a constant. In our mock draft, we have a total of five freshmen going in the first round. In addition, we have five international players being drafted in the first round.

NOTE: our mock draft doesn't put into play the possibilities of trades... because at the time of these writings, rumors are flying that the Lakers will trade Pau Gasol to Minnesota for it's number 2 pick... and I like the trade!

Ready? Well, here is our first round selections... CLEVELAND, you are on the clock... 

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Pick TEAM PLAYER Height Weight Position School Class
1 CLEVELAND KYRIE IRVING 6-3 191 PG Duke Freshmen
2 MINNESOTA Derrick Williams 6-8   SF/PF Arizona Sophomore
3 UTAH Brandon Knight 6-3   PG/SG Kentucky Freshment
4 CLEVELAND Enes Kanter 6-11   PF/C Kentucky Freshmen
5 TORONTO Jonas Valanciunas 6-11   C Lithuania International
6 WASHINGTON Jan Vesely 6-11   SF/PF Czech Republic International
7 SACRAMENTO Kawhi Leonard 6-7   SF San Diego State Sophomore
8 DETROIT Kemba Walker 6-1   PG UConn Junior
9 CHARLOTTE Marcus Morris 6-8   SF/PF Kansas Junior
10 MILWAUKEE Alec Burks 6-6   PG/SG Colorado Sophomore
11 GOLDEN STATE Klay Thompson 6-7   SG/SF Washington State Junior
12 UTAH Donatas Motiejunas 7-0   PF Lithuania International
13 PHOENIX Jimmer Fredette 6-2   PG BYU Senior
14 HOUSTON Tristan Thompson 6-9   PF Texas Sophomore
15 INDIANA Marshon Brooks 6-5   PF Providence Senior
16 PHILADELPHIA Markieff Morris 6-9   PF Kansas Junior
17 NEW YORK Chris Singleton 6-9   SF/PF Florida State Junior
18 WASHINGTON Tobias Harris 6-8   SF/PF Tennessee Freshmen
19 CHARLOTTE Jordan Hamilton 6-8   SG/SF TEXAS Sophomore
20 MINNESOTA Tyler Honeycutt 6-8   SG/SF UCLA Sophomore
21 PORTLAND Bismack Biyombo 6-9   C Congo International
22 DENVER Kenneth Faried 6-7   PF Morehead State Senior
23 HOUSTON Darius Morris 6-4   PG Michigan Sophomore
24 OKLAHOMA CITY Reggie Jackson 6-3   PG/SG Boston College Junior
25 BOSTON Trey Thompkins 6-10   PF Georgia Junior
26 DALLAS Justin Harper 6-9   PF Richmond Senior
27 NEW JERSEY Davis Bertans 6-10   SF Latvia International
28 CHICAGO Shelvin Mack 6-2   PG/SG Butler Junior
29 SAN ANTONIO Kyle Singler 6-9   SF Duke Senior
30 CHICAGO Chandler Parsons 6-10   SF Florida Senior

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