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1. Houston Yao Ming 7-6 1/4 296 Shanghai Sharks (China)
2. Chicago Jay Williams PG 6-1 3/4 197 Duke
3. Golden State Caron Butler SF 6-6 1/2 222 Connecticut
4. Memphis Mike Dunleavy SF 6-9 1/2 230 Duke
5. Denver Dajuan Wagner SG 6-2 193 Memphis
6. Cleveland Drew Gooden PF 6-10 227 Kansas
7. New York Maybyner “Nene” Hilario PF/C 6-10 3/4 253 Vasco da Gama (Brazil)
8. L.A. Clippers Chris Wilcox PF 6-9 1/2 218 Maryland
9. Phoenix Nickoloz Tskitishvili PF 7-0 225 Benetton Treviso (Italy)
10. Miami Jared Jeffries SF 6-11 230 Indiana
11. Washington Qyntel Woods SF 6-8 1/2 213 NE Mississippi J.C.
12. L.A. Clippers Curtis Borchardt C 7-0 1/4 238 Stanford
13. Milwaukee Amare Stoudemire PF 6-10 233 Cypress Creek HS (Orlando)
14. Indiana Kareem Rush SG 6-5 3/4 199 Missouri
15. Houston Bostjan Nachbar SF 6-9 221 Benetton Treviso (Italy)
16. Philadelphia Marcus Haislip PF 6-9 3/4 221 Tennessee
17. New Orleans Melvin Ely PF 6-10 240 Fresno State
18. Orlando Jiri Welsch SG 6-7 208 BC Olimpija Ljubljana (Czechoslovakia)
19. Utah Chris Jeffries SF 6-8 215 Fresno State
20. Toronto Mladen Sekularac SF 6-8 FMP Zeleznik (Yugoslavia)
21. Portland Frank Williams PG 6-2 3/4 212 Illinois
22. Phoenix Dan Dickau PG 6-0 190 Gonzaga
23. Detroit Rod Grizzard SG 6-7 3/4 193 Alabama
24. New Jersey Casey Jacobson SG/SF 6-6 215 Stanford
25. Denver Boris Diaw-Riffiod SF 6-8 203 Pau Orthez (France)
26. San Antonio Jason Jennings C 7-0 1/2 249 Arkansas State
27. L.A. Lakers Tayshaun Prince SF 6-9 215 Kentucky
28. Sacramento Nenad Krstic C 7-1 BC Partizan Beograd (Yugoslavia)

30. Golden State Tito Maddox PG 6-4 1/4 200 Fresno State
31. Chicago Carlos Boozer PF 6-9 1/4 258 Duke
32. Memphis Jamal Sampson C 7-0 240 California
33. Denver Sam Clancy PF 6-7 1/2 240 Southern California
34. Milwaukee Roger Mason Jr. SG 6-5 205 Virginia
35. Cleveland Dan Gadzuric C 6-11 240 UCLA
36. New York William “Smush” Parker PG 6-4 179 Fordham
37. Atlanta Lubos Barton SF 6-7 3/4 Valparaiso
38. Miami Marcus Taylor PG 6-2 181 Michigan State
39. Washington Predrag Savovic SF 6-6 212 Hawaii
40. Washington Steve Logan PG 5-11 1/2 207 Cincinnati
41. LA Clippers Zaur Pachulia C 6-11 Ulker Spor Kulubu Istanbul (Georgia)
42. Milwaukee Darius Songaila PF/C 6-9 1/2 240 Wake Forest
43. Portland Fatih Solak C 7-0 270 Besiktas Spor Kulubu (Turkey)
44. Chicago Frederick Jones SG 6-3 1/2 215 Oregon
45. Philadelphia Ryan Humphrey SF 6-7 223 Notre Dame
46. Memphis Juan Dixon SG/PG 6-3 165 Maryland
47. Utah Luis Scola PF 6-9 230 Taugres Saski Basconia Vitoria (Argentina)
48. Milwaukee Vincent Yarbrough SF 6-7 202 Tennessee
49. Seattle Randy Holcomb SF 6-8 1/4 225 San Diego State
50. Boston Aaron McGhee PF 6-8 255 Oklahoma
51. Portland Lazaros Papadopoulos C 6-11 255 Panathinaikos A.O. Athens (Greece)
52. Minnesota Lenny Cooke SG/SF 6-6 1/2 214 Central Flint HS (Michigan)
53. Houston DeAngelo Collins PF 6-10 230 Inglewood HS(California)
54. New Jersey J.R. Bremer PG 6-2 1/4 188 St. Bonaventure
55. Dallas John Salmons SG/PG 6-7 207 Miami
56. San Antonio Maurice Baker PG 6-1 178 Oklahoma State
57. San Antonio Kei Madison 6-9 216 Okaloosa-Walton CC
58. Sacramento Corsley Edwards C 6-8 3/4 285 Central Connecticut State
 

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Don't like the pick of Wilcox to the Clippers.

If Hilario is off the board, I'd take Tskitishvilli or Borchardt. Tskitishvilli wouldn't command time right away cuz he'd be overseas, so he wouldnt crowd the rotation OR cost any money this upcoming season.
Wilcox is a fine prospect, but he doesn't have the capability to play the 5 cuz of his size, and he doesn't have the outside game the Clips need.
The Clips would even take Jared Jeffries at 8 ahead of Chris Wilcox.
 

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sixers are trading their pick

I just saw who the SIxers are bringing in for workouts and none of these guys have 1st round talent, and I've heard that the Sixers are trading #16 to GS. I dont know if this is a good idea, but if we can get someone who can contribute right now then Im cool with it.
 

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Sixers Pick...

Yeah the Sixers will most likely trade thier pick but it is almost impossinle to predict trades in the NBA. They have been talking ot the Warriors though in possibly getting Larry Hughes for thier pick, 16th.
 

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flight brothers reunion?

I'd take Hughes over a rookie. I know omepeople wouldnt agree with that, but we know what he can give you. I welcome some scoring and athleticism off the bench
 

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Very nice, I like everything, except I don't think Jeffries would be taken ahead of woods, and the Heat are more interested in Woods than Jeffries from what I've heard. But everything else seems to correlate really well with team needs and player stocks, nice job!
 
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