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I've found this interesting mock draft on the web. (I never heard of this site before, but it seems to be good.)
  1. Denver Nuggets: Darko Milicic 7-0 225 PF Yugoslavia
  2. Cleveland Cavaliers: TJ Ford 5-11 165 PG Texas So.
  3. Memphis Grizzlies: Sophocles Schortsianitis 6-10 260 C Greece
  4. San Antonio Spurs: Rick Rickert 6-10 210 SF/PF Minnesota So.
  5. Philadelphia 76ers: Emeka Okafor 6-9 240 PF UConn So.
  6. Miami Heat: Al Jefferson 6-9 270 PF Prentiss HS Jr.
  7. Toronto Raptors: Josh Smith 6-8 180 SF McEachern HS Jr.
  8. Seattle Supersonics: Tahirou Sani 6-8 210 SF France
  9. Utah Jazz: Shaun Livingston 6-6 190 PG Richwoods HS Jr.
  10. Portland Trailblazers: Sebastian Telfair 6-0 175 PG Lincoln HS Jr.
  11. New York Knicks: Raymond Felton 6-1 190 PG North Carolina Fr.
  12. Washington Wizards: Chris Thomas 6-1 170 PG Notre Dame So.
  13. Atlanta Hawks: Johan Petro 6-11 230 C France
  14. New Jersey Nets: Mustafa Shakur 6-4 190 PG Friends Central HS
  15. Detroit Pistons: Luol Deng 6-7 210 SF Blair Academy HS Sr.
  16. Indiana Pacers: Tiago Splitter 6-10 220 PF Brazil
  17. Chicago Bulls: Shannon Brown 6-4 180 SG Proviso East HS
  18. Phoenix Suns: David Steffel 6-10 230 C Czech Republic
  19. New Orleans Hornets: Paul Davis 6-10 230 PF Michigan St. Fr.
  20. Golden State Warriors: Peter Ramos 7-2 260 C Puerto Rico
  21. Milwaukee Bucks: David Lee 6-9 225 SF Florida So.
  22. Houston Rockets: Travis Outlaw 6-8 190 SF Starkville HS Sr.
  23. Los Angeles Lakers: Ndubi Ebi 6-9 200 SF Westbury Christian HS Sr.
  24. Boston Celtics: Mario Austin 6-9 255 PF Mississippi Jr.
  25. Los Angeles Clippers: Luke Jackson 6-7 215 SF Oregon Jr.
  26. Orlando Magic: Maurice Williams 6-1 185 PG Alabama So.
  27. Dallas Mavericks: Wayne Simien 6-9 245 PF Kansas So.
  28. Sacramento Kings: Kelvin Torbert 6-4 225 SG Michigan St. So
    [/list=1]Pretty much preps and foreigners in that mock draft.

    Complete list with comments to each pick.
 

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i like mocks as much as anyone but to project a draft that is a year and 8 months away with some guys who arent even highschool seniors is pretty rediculous,i know you saw it somewhere else but lets be half way serious here.
 

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@#1Stunna

Read the comments on the original site:
"With the likely departure of Tim Duncan, San Antonio needs to find a replacement. Rickert has great height, and is an excellent pure shooter. ..."
 

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Bulls pick #17? Yes!!! That sounds more like it

Wizards are #12? I am assuming that means MJ is retired and maybe they never resigned stackhouse and never got a top FA in 2003?
 

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Clippers pick #25? Yes!!! That sounds really more like it ;)

I think you can consider this list as a kind of (projected) power ranking. How good will ... be in 2004, so on, so on.
 

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The Knicks get Ray Felton!

PG: Felton
SG: Houston
SF: Spree
PF: Thomas
C: Duncan

I wish too hopefully.
 

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Originally posted by <b>Matt85163</b>!
The Knicks get Ray Felton!

PG: Felton
SG: Houston
SF: Spree
PF: Thomas
C: Duncan

I wish too hopefully.
that would be a good team, but Felton will not stay two years.
 

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Originally posted by <b>Jason Spezza</b>!

... Felton will not stay two years.
How long do think he'll stays?
 

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That's a very Point guard Heavy draft. The sixers should be drafting a PG in the next 2 years
 

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Originally posted by <b>Matt85163</b>!
The Knicks get Ray Felton!

PG: Felton
SG: Houston
SF: Spree
PF: Thomas
C: Duncan

I wish too hopefully.
How will the Knicks get Duncan? They are way over the cap, and have nothing in return for the Spurs in a sign/trade...

-Petey
 

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Originally posted by <b>Jason Spezza</b>!

he's gone after this
It depends on his performance in his freshmen year. He has to prove that he can lead his team to something you can call success (e.g. NCAA Tournament participation). IMO he needs to stay at least until 2004.
 

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that's just my opinon, but when has it stopped players from jumping to the pro's early after not going to the NCAA tourny?
 

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Originally posted by <b>Jason Spezza</b>!
that's just my opinon, but when has it stopped players from jumping to the pro's early after not going to the NCAA tourny?
Point guards ever had to prove that they can lead a team to success. Otherwise they will fell in the lottery (e.g. Omar Cook, Marcus Taylor).
 
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