Tuesday, June 7, 2011

2011 NBA Mock Draft - D "the producers" Picks 2.0





We are going to continue our NBA Mocks this week. We had Kenny's last week. This week, it's D The Producers turn. Make sure to check back next week for Ben's picks. If you would like us to post your mock, please email sportstearsinourbeers@yahoo.com. We also have t-shirts available now, so take a look and see if you would like to have the brand new S.T.O.B. shirt just in time for summer.



D's Picks-

I will break down why I made the top 5 picks and also give reason for both Timberwolves picks.

1. Cleveland – Kyrie Irving – I still believe Kyrie is the best player in the draft. Who usually goes at #1?? The best player in the draft!

2. Timberwolves – Derrick Williams – DWill has been impressive in workouts, with Rubio now finally coming over from his homeland, the Wolves do not need a guard. Look for the Wolves to trade either Love, or Beasley for a big, and to make room for Mr. Williams. If the Wolves do trade, look for them to package the 20th pick into the trade.

3. Utah Jazz – Brandon Knight – I am leaving Brandon Knight where I originally had him. Number three is the spot he will go at and I know without a doubt Utah wants a guard at #3.
All the draft experts had him going around 10 early in game and now everyone is jumping on the BKnight band wagon moving him up their “Draft boards”. Should have just listened to me all along.

4. Cleveland – Enes Kanter – Best Big Man in the draft, I don’t see him dropping any lower than #4.

5. Toronto – Kemba Walker – T-Mac-Vince Carter-Chris Bosh. Toronto needs someone to fill the seats. Kemba Walker is their guy at #5.

6. Washington – Jan Vesely

7. Sacramento – Kawhi Leonard

8. DetroitMarcus Morris

9. Charlotte - Marshon Brooks

10. Milwaukee – Jimmer Freddette

11. Golden State - Donatas Motiejunas

12. Utah Jazz – Alec Burks

13. Phoenix – Klay Thompson

14. Houston – Chris Singleton

15. Indiana – JuJaun Johnson

16. Philidelphia – Josh Selby


17. New York – Markieff Morris

18. Washington – Davis Bertans

19. Charlotte – Kenneth Faried

20. MinnesotaTrade Pick

21. Portland – Darius Morris

22. Denver – Jordan Williams

23. Houston - Nolan Smith

24. OK City – Tyler Honeycutt

25. Boston – Bismack Biyombo

26. Dallas – Justin Harper

27. New JerseyKyle Singler

28. Chicago – Lucas Noguiera

29. San Antonio Reggie Jackson

30. Chicago – Shelvin Mack




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2 comments :

  1. How do you not have Singler going higher than 27? He was dominate at Duke and could really help out team shooting wise.

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  2. I agree Singler is a great shooter however thats all he is. He is too weak right now to impact a NBA team right away. He kind of reminds me of Mike Dunleavy.

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