2012 2nd Round

2012 1st Round

#TeamPlayerUpdated 6/28/12Comp
31BobcatsJaMychal GreenPF – 6-9 – Alabama – Explosive power forward is an athlete who is becoming a basketball player. Shows good potential as a rebounder and interior defender.JJ Hickson
32WizardsDraymond GreenSF – 6-6 – Michigan State – Nicknamed the “Dancing Bear” due to his bulk, strength and quick feet. Not a prototypical basketball player, looks like an offensive lineman, but plays the game like a heady point guard and has good ball skills. A very good passer who understands all the nuances of the game and has the versatility to guard the post or run the fast break. A good rebounder and help defender who only lacks a consistant outside jumper.Ron Artest
33CavsEvan FournierSG – 6-6 – France – Very smooth wing player who has a nice step into the lane and uses his length well to get his shot off. Good mechanics and rhythm to his jumper and hits at a good rate. Elevates well and has good quickness. Long arms and good length for the position.more man’s Manu
34CavsKim EnglishG/F – 6-6 – Missouri – Well built 2 guard with a nice looking jumper. Not a great athlete but a good ball player.Stephen Jackson
35WarriorsHenry SimsPF – 6-10 – Georgetown – Late blooming big man. Has great court vision and awareness and passes well out of the post. Decent rebounder and shot blocker.Jordan Hill
36KingsQuincy AcyF – 6-7 – Baylor – A powerful player who is a bit undersized for the PF position but is too productive to pass up at this point in the draft.Udonis Haslem
37RaptorsTerrence HenryPF – 6-9 – Mississippi – Long and athletic forward who lacks ideal PF size but has good reach.
38NuggetsHerb PopePF – 6-8 – Seton Hall – Burley rebounder and interior defender. Uses his strength and athletic ability well to control the glass. Limited offensive game but knows his role.David West
39PistonsTomas SatoranskySG – 6-6 – Int. – Versatile guard with great court vision. Good ball handler who sets up teammates well. Not the most explosive player but has a high skill level and solid all around game.Shaun Livingston
40BlazersDarius Johnson-OdomG – 6-2 – Marquette – Steady point guard with a mature game. Has good court vision and sets up the offense well. Improving jump shot. NBA ready.
41BlazersKevin JonesSF – 6-8 – West Virginia – Jones has a well rounded game with the ability to post up or float around the perimeter for jumpers. A tweener who might not have a real position at the next level.Carl Landry
42BucksQuincy MillerSF – 6-9 – Baylor – Very skilled for a player his size. Has a nice handle and a good outside shot which should extend to NBA three as he matures. Doesn’t have great quickness or athleticism and doesn’t seem to be the same type of athlete after a knee injury in H.S.poor man’s Mike Dunleavy
43HawksRobert SacreC – 7-0 – Gonzaga – Big and tough inside player who is a bruiser and warrior in the paint. Does not have a very polished offensive game but does what he’s supposed to do: rebound and defend.Chris Mihm
44PistonsTony Mitchell SF – 6-6 – Alabama – Very strong and explosive wing player who is a great leaper and dunker. Grabs a ton of rebounds and is developing an outside shot.Mickael Pietrus
4576ersJared CunninghamSG – 6-5 – Oregon State
46WizardsBernard JamesC – 6-10 – Florida State – Elder statesman who has really developed his game. Very good shot blocker and rebounder.mature Sean Williams
47JazzMaalik WaynsPG – 6-1 – Villanova – A point guard who can really score and get into the lane. Also a good outside shooter who can knock down big shots and has a warrior mentality. Not a true pass first point but can run the team and get his teammates involved.Eric Bledsoe
48KnicksWilliam BufordSG – 6-5 – Ohio State – Not yet a consistant player but has enough physical tools to warrant a look in the second round. Needs to become an elite shooter to make it at the NBA level.Malcolm Lee
49MagicKostas PapanikolaouF – 6-8 – Greece – Rugid and aggressive wing player with great strength, basketball IQ and a lot of experience. Coming on strong.
50NuggetsKyle O’QuinnPF – 6-9 – Norfolk State – Burly back-to-the-basket scorer with good touch and good feel for the game. Not a high end athlete.
51CelticsDrew GordonPF – 6-9 – New Mexico – Average athlete but very solid with good fundamentals
52WarriorsFurkan AldemirPF – 6-10 – Int.
53ClippersDarius MillerSF – 6-7 – Kentucky – Veteran wing player who plays well within the flow of the game and doesn’t force it. Good spot up shooter and improving dribble drive.Martell Webster
5476ersMiles PlumleeC – 6-11- Duke – Has been working out well after an underwhelming career at Duke.
55MavsRobbie HummelSF – 6-7 – Purdue – Injury prone but when healthy is a versatile and complete offensive player with good hops and decent quickness. Very heady player.poor man’s Chase Budinger
56RaptorsKhris MiddletonSF – 6-7 – Texas A&m – Solid but unspectacular athlete with a well rounded game. Nice outside jumper with potential range to NBA 3.Shane Battier/Dorell Wright
57NetsJae CrowderSF – 6-6 – Marquette – Tough, physical and mature player who is all hustle, all the time. Not a great athlete but makes up for it with good work ethic.Ryan Gomes
58T-WolvesKris JosephSF – 6-7 – Syracuse – Well built and versatile small forward. Good handle, hustle and all around game. Joseph needs to improve his outside shot to reach his potential.poor mans’s Wilson Chandler
59SpursHollis ThompsonSF – 6-7 – Georgetown – Smooth wing player who can really knock down the outside shot. Long and lean athlete with a good feel for the game and a knack for scoring the ball.Rasual Butler
60LakersMike ScottPF – 6-8 – Virginia –
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  Renardo SidneyPF/C – 6-10 – Miss. State – Extremely skilled player for someone his size but off the court issues and trouble keeping his weight under control might detrail his NBA career before it even starts. Articleeven more lazy DeMarcus Cousins
  Orlando JohnsonSG – 6-5 – Santa Barbara
  Yancy GatesPF – 6-9 – Cincinnati – Very strong and well built forward with good fundamentals. A bit slow and needs to work really hard to get in top shape but could surprise.Antonio Davis
  Mitchell WattPF – 6-9 – Buffalo – Post season star is making his way up draft boards.
  Lucas NogueiraC – 7-0 – Brazil – Long and skinny seven footer with good mobility. Will struggle to put on weight and stand up to the NBA centers but his Tyson Chandler-esqe frame could make him a first rounder.Robert Swift
  John ShurnaSF – 6-9 – Northwestern – Sweet shooting forward with great scoring ability. Not a dynamic athlete but plays a heady game and is crafty.
  Reggie JohnsonC – 6-10 – Miami – Massive man who will need to put in a lot of work coming off a knee injury.
  Scott MachadoPG – 6-2 – Iona – Assist maker with great court vision and an improving jumper. Not very quick or athletic.Eric Snow
  Alex YoungSG – 6-6 – IUPUI – High scoring forward with an NBA body and expanding offensive game.
  Jarrod JonesPF – 6-9 – Ball State – Rugged interior defender and rebounder with an NBA body. –
  Marcus DenmonG- 6-3 – Missouri – Great scorer who is kind of a tweener. Not a true point guard but doesn’t have the size of an NBA two guard. –
  Tu HollowayPG – 6-0 – Xavier – Speedy point guard who can really score the ball. Plays with good confidence and leadership. A tough player who can score in the lane and get to the line at a high rate.
  Dee BostPG – 6-2 – Miss. State – Scoring point guard who can get hot in a hurry. Knows how to run an offense and should find a spot on an NBA roster. –
  Tornike ShengeliaF – 6-9 – Int. –
  Ramone MooreSG – 6-4 – Temple – Pure scorer and one on one player. Can carry a team on the offensive end of the floor.Cat Mobley
  Antwaine WigginsSF – 6-7 – Col. of Charleston – High scoring wing player with a nice (lefty) outside shot and good quickness into the lane. Poor free throw shooter.Rasual Butler
  Jordan Taylor PG – 6-1 – Wisconsin – Steady point guard who can shoot the ball well and is a good decision maker. Not an elite prospect but puts up good numbers and has a chance at becoming a first rounder.Chris Duhan
  J’Covan BrownG – 6-1 – Texas – Volume shooter who can get hot from outside. Lacks an NBA position but could find a role coming off the bench as a scorer. –
  Dario HuntPF – 6-8 – Nevada –
  Terrell StoglinPG – 6-1 – Maryland – A scoring guard who needs to become a better set-up man but can shoot the lights out. –
     
     
     

2012 1st Round

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