April 06, 2008

2008 NBA Mock Draft (Both Rounds)

1. Miami - Derrick Rose (6’4’’, PG, Memphis, Fresh.)
2. Seattle - Michael Beasley (6’9’’, PF, Kansas State, Fresh.)
3. Memphis - Brook Lopez (6’11’’, PF, Stanford, Soph.)
4. Minnesota - Jerryd Bayless (6’3’’, PG, Arizona, Fresh.)
5. New York - OJ Mayo (6’5’’, SG, USC, Fresh.)
6. LA Clippers - Eric Gordon (6’4’’, SG, Indiana, Fresh.)
7. Milwaukee - Danilo Gallinari (6’8’’, SF, Italy)
8. Charlotte - Kevin Love (6’9’’, PF, UCLA, Fresh.)
9. Chicago - DeAndre Jordan (7’0’’, C, Texas A&M, Fresh.)
10. Indiana - DJ Augustin (5’11’’, PG, Texas, Soph.)
11. New Jersey - JaVale McGee (7‘0‘’, C, Nevada, Soph.)
12. Sacramento - Darrell Arthur (6‘9“, PF, Kansas, Soph.)
13. Portland - Russell Westbrook (6‘4‘’, SG, UCLA, Soph.)
14. New Jersey - Chase Budinger (6‘7“, SG, Arizona, Soph.)
15. Phoenix - Nicolas Batum (6’8’’, SG, France)
16. Philadelphia - Donte Greene (6’9’’, SF, Syracuse, Fresh.)
17. Toronto - Chris Douglas-Roberts (6'7'', SG, Memphis, Jr.)
18. Washington - Anthony Randolph (6’10’’, PF, LSU, Fresh)
19. Cleveland - Jason Thompson (6’10’’, PF, Rider, Sr.)
20. Golden State - Robin Lopez (7’0’’, PF, Stanford, Soph.)
21. Denver - Hasheem Thabeet (7‘3‘’, C, UConn, Soph.)
22. Orlando - Brandon Rush (6'7'', SG, Kansas, Jr.)
23. Utah - Roy Hibbert (7’2’’, C, Georgetown, Sr.)
24. Houston - Darren Collison (6’1’’, PG, UCLA, Jr.)
25. Seattle - Kyle Weaver (6’5’’, SG, Washington State, Sr.)
26. Memphis - Tyler Smith (6’7’’, SF, Tennessee, Soph.)
27. San Antonio - Omer Asik (7’0’’, C, Turkey)
28. New Orleans - Bill Walker (6’5’’, SG, Kansas State, Soph.)
29. Detroit - JJ Hickson (6‘9‘’, PF, North Carolina State, Fresh.)
30. Boston - DJ White (6’8’’, PF, Indiana, Sr.)

31. Minnesota - Serge Ibaka (6'10'', PF, Congo)
32. Seattle - Lester Hudson (6’3’’, PG, UT-Martin, Jr.)
33. Portland - Alexis Ajinca (7’0’’, PF, France)
34. Minnesota - Ryan Anderson (6’9’’, PF, California, Soph.)
35. Portland - Gary Forbes (6’7’’, SG, UMass, Sr.)
36. LA Clippers - Joey Dorsey (6’9’’, PF, Memphis, Sr.)
37. Milwaukee - Richard Hendrix (6’8’’, PF, Alabama, Jr.)
38. Charlotte - DeVon Hardin (6’11’’, C, California, Sr.)
39. Chicago - Nathan Jawai (6’10’’, C, Australia)
40. Indiana - Courtney Lee (6'5'', SG, Western Kentucky, Sr.)
41. New Jersey - Omri Casspi (6’8’’, SF, Israel)
42. Sacramento - Goran Dragic (6’4’’, PG, Slovenia)
43. Seattle - Semih Erden (7'0'', C, Turkey)
44. Dallas - Shan Foster (6’6’’, SG, Vanderbilt, Sr.)
45. Sacramento - Rodrigue Beaubois (6'3'', PG, France)
46. Utah - Nikola Pekovic (6'11'', PF, Serbia)
47. San Antonio - Marcus Dove (6’9’’, SF, Oklahoma State, Sr.)
48. Washington - Sasha Kaun (6’11’’, C, Kansas, Sr.)
49. Phoenix - David Padgett (6’11’’, C, Louisville, Sr.)
50. Golden State - Will Daniels (6’8’’, SF, Rhode Island, Sr.)
51. Seattle - Anton Ponkrashov (6'7'', SG, Russia)
52. Miami - Derrick Caracter (6‘8‘’, PF, Louisville, Soph.)
53. Utah - Richard Roby (6’6’’, SG, Colorado, Sr.)
54. Houston - Patrick Ewing Jr. (6’8’’, SF, Georgetown, Sr.)
55. Portland - Darnell Jackson (6’8’’, PF, Kansas, Sr.)
56. LA Lakers - Marcelus Kemp (6’5’’, SG, Nevada, Sr.)
57. San Antonio - Longar Longar (6'11'', C, Oklahoma, Sr.)
58. Seattle - Sean Singletary (5’11’’, PG, Virginia, Sr.)
59. Detroit - Sonny Weems (6‘6‘’, SG, Arkansas, Sr.)
60. Boston - Josh Duncan (6‘8‘’, PF, Xavier, Sr.)

3 Comments:

At April 06, 2008, Anonymous Markeesha said...

I hope that D.J. Augustin stays in school because Texas is gonna have a great season with all five starters back. If he doesn't he should definitely be drafted by Phoenix. With the leadership of Steve Nash, it'll be just like his camp only better. Who wouldn't want to see that duo. Sending him to try to lead a team like Indiana is horrible. Did we not see this with Kevin Durant in Seattle.

 
At April 08, 2008, Blogger Goodtymes said...

Gary Forbes (UMass) A-10 Player of the Year. Workouts will have his stock rising. Solid 2nd round Pick.

"Best kept secret of College Basketball. Doesn't receive much exposure playing in the A-10. Forbes is a fierce competitor with unlimited range. At 6-7 Forbes has NBA size/potential. This summer at the FIBA Americas Championships he averaged 17.8 pts against players currently in the league. Thus far in the 2007-2008 Forbes has carried over his success from the FIBA Championships and is lighting it up averaging 23.7 pts per game and is currently ranked 4th in the nation in scoring (NCAA). His versatility will have scouts attending many Umass games this year including the upcoming matchup vs. Syracuse." Goodtymes Nov. 14, 2007

 
At May 13, 2008, Blogger BLAZER PROPHET said...

3 comments:

1) Portland needs a SG like they need a hole in the head with Roy and Rudy Fernandez coming in. Their weakest position is PG.

2) And speaking of PG, how do you leave Ty Lawson off your list for both rounds when he's a consensus first round pick?

3) Lastly, some props to you for seeing the value in Lester Hudson. I think he may just slip up into the first round.

 

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