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    Thumbs up Washington's Official Draft Thread!!

    -Sticky- A thread to discuss Washington's draft this Summer. With Washington having a lottery pick, it will make for good conversation to discuss which direction fans think Washington should go...
    "..complex mane dat love simple thangs."*S.L.uggeR*

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    No one is in charge of the Wiz forum, its not gonna be sticky-ed.

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    I see a lot of mock drafts having you guys picking a center. I wonder if that would make Mcgee expendable. It seems like this team is missing a back-to-the basket type of scorer, but seeing Derrick Williams & Wall together would be nice.
    "..complex mane dat love simple thangs."*S.L.uggeR*

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    2011 Mock Draft

    See our transactions page for an explanation of the traded picks listed here.
    This Mock was last updated on Wed Apr 6th at 05:26:57 PM


    First Round
    1 Cavaliers Kyrie Irving PG
    19 years old; 6'2"; 185 lbs.
    Duke, Freshman
    2 Timberwolves Derrick Williams PF
    19 years old; 6'8"; 235 lbs.
    Arizona, Sophomore
    3 Wizards Jonas Valanciunas C
    18 years old; 6'11"; 240 lbs.
    Lietuvos Rytas, International
    4 Raptors Harrison Barnes SF
    18 years old; 6'8"; 210 lbs.
    North Carolina, Freshman
    5 Kings Perry Jones PF
    19 years old; 6'11"; 220 lbs.
    Baylor, Freshman
    6 Jazz
    From
    Nets Kemba Walker PG
    20 years old; 6'0"; 180 lbs.
    Connecticut, Junior
    7 Pistons Brandon Knight PG
    18 years old; 6'3"; 170 lbs.
    Kentucky, Freshman
    8 Cavaliers
    From
    Clippers Enes Kanter C
    18 years old; 6'10"; 250 lbs.
    Kentucky, International
    9 Bucks Jan Vesely SF
    20 years old; 6'11"; 240 lbs.
    KK Partizan Belgrade, International
    10 Warriors Donatas Motiejunas PF/C
    20 years old; 7'0"; 215 lbs.
    Benetton Treviso, International
    11 Bobcats Terrence Jones SF/PF
    19 years old; 6'8"; 244 lbs.
    Kentucky, Freshman
    12 Jazz Kawhi Leonard SF
    19 years old; 6'7"; 225 lbs.
    San Diego State, Sophomore
    13 Suns Alec Burks SG
    19 years old; 6'6"; 200 lbs.
    Colorado, Sophomore
    14 Rockets Nikola Mirotic PF
    20 years old; 6'10"; 210 lbs.
    Real Madrid, International
    15 Pacers Marcus Morris PF
    21 years old; 6'9"; 225 lbs.
    Kansas, Junior
    16 Knicks Jimmer Fredette PG
    22 years old; 6'2"; 195 lbs.
    BYU, Senior
    17 76ers Jordan Hamilton SF
    20 years old; 6'7"; 210 lbs.
    Texas, Sophomore
    18 Timberwolves
    From
    Grizzlies Bismack Biyombo PF/C
    18 years old; 6'9"; 240 lbs.
    Baloncesto Fuenlabrada, International
    19 Wizards
    From
    Hawks Markieff Morris PF
    21 years old; 6'10"; 235 lbs.
    Kansas, Junior
    20 Bobcats
    From
    Hornets Jeff Taylor SF
    21 years old; 6'6"; 200 lbs.
    Vanderbilt, Junior
    21 Trailblazers Chris Singleton SF
    21 years old; 6'8"; 210 lbs.
    Florida State, Junior
    22 Nuggets Nolan Smith PG/SG
    22 years old; 6'3"; 185 lbs.
    Duke, Senior
    23 Rockets
    From
    Magic Travis Leslie SF
    21 years old; 6'4"; 202 lbs.
    Georgia, Junior
    24 Thunder Justin Harper PF
    21 years old; 6'10"; 225 lbs.
    Richmond, Senior
    25 Bulls
    From
    Heat Kenneth Faried PF
    21 years old; 6'8"; 225 lbs.
    Morehead State, Senior
    26 Celtics Tobias Harris PF
    18 years old; 6'8"; 210 lbs.
    Tennessee, Freshman
    27 Mavericks Josh Selby SG
    20 years old; 6'1"; 180 lbs.
    Kansas, Freshman
    28 Bulls Reggie Jackson PG
    20 years old; 6'3"; 208 lbs.
    Boston College, Junior
    29 Nets
    From
    Lakers Trey Thompkins PF
    20 years old; 6'9"; 245 lbs.
    Georgia, Junior
    30 Spurs Jereme Richmond SF
    19 years old; 6'6"; 195 lbs.
    Illinois, Freshman
    Second Round
    1 Cavaliers Tyler Honeycutt SF
    20 years old; 6'8"; 200 lbs.
    UCLA, Sophomore
    2 Heat
    From
    Timberwolves Bojan Bogdanovic SG/SF
    21 years old; 6'7"; 216 lbs.
    Cibona VIP Zagreb, International
    3 Wizards JaJuan Johnson PF/C
    22 years old; 6'10"; 215 lbs.
    Purdue, Senior
    4 Pistons
    From
    Raptors Iman Shumpert PG/SG
    20 years old; 6'4"; 200 lbs.
    Georgia Tech, Junior
    5 Kings Nikola Vucevic PF/C
    20 years old; 6'10"; 240 lbs.
    USC, Junior
    6 Nets Demetri McCamey PG
    22 years old; 6'3"; 205 lbs.
    Illinois, Senior
    7 Clippers
    From
    Pistons Kyle Singler SF/PF
    22 years old; 6'9"; 210 lbs.
    Duke, Senior
    8 Rockets
    From
    Clippers E'Twaun Moore SG
    22 years old; 6'4"; 191 lbs.
    Purdue, Senior
    9 Bucks Darius Morris PG/SG
    20 years old; 6'4"; 190 lbs.
    Michigan, Sophomore
    10 Lakers
    From
    Warriors Malcolm Lee SG
    20 years old; 6'5"; 190 lbs.
    UCLA, Junior
    11 Bobcats Ben Hansbrough PG/SG
    23 years old; 6'3"; 203 lbs.
    Notre Dame, Senior
    12 Bulls
    From
    Jazz Justin Holiday SG/SF
    22 years old; 6'6"; 185 lbs.
    Washington, Senior
    13 Warriors
    From
    Suns Charles Jenkins PG/SG
    22 years old; 6'3"; 220 lbs.
    Hofstra, Senior
    14 Clippers
    From
    Rockets David Lighty SG/SF
    22 years old; 6'5"; 220 lbs.
    Ohio State, Senior
    15 Pacers Keith Benson PF/C
    22 years old; 6'11"; 225 lbs.
    Oakland, Senior
    16 Lakers
    From
    Knicks Marshon Brooks SG
    22 years old; 6'5"; 200 lbs.
    Providence, Senior
    17 76ers Scotty Hopson SG/SF
    21 years old; 6'6"; 195 lbs.
    Tennessee, Junior
    18 Grizzlies Jon Leuer PF
    21 years old; 6'10"; 230 lbs.
    Wisconsin, Senior
    19 Hawks Gilbert Brown SG/SF
    23 years old; 6'6"; 200 lbs.
    Pittsburgh, Senior
    20 Hornets Xavi Rabaseda SG/SF
    22 years old; 6'7"; 205 lbs.
    Baloncesto Fuenlabrada, International
    21 Trailblazers Norris Cole PG
    22 years old; 6'2"; 185 lbs.
    Cleveland St., Senior
    22 Pistons
    From
    Nuggets Giorgi Shermadini C
    22 years old; 7'1"; 248 lbs.
    Panathinaikos, International
    23 Magic Isaiah Thomas PG
    22 years old; 5'8"; 180 lbs.
    Washington, Junior
    24 Cavaliers
    From
    Thunder Rick Jackson PF/C
    21 years old; 6'9"; 240 lbs.
    Syracuse, Senior
    25 Lakers
    From
    Heat Jordan Williams C
    20 years old; 6'10"; 260 lbs.
    Maryland, Sophomore
    26 Celtics Jimmy Butler SF/PF
    21 years old; 6'7"; 220 lbs.
    Marquette, Senior
    27 Mavericks Michael Dunigan C
    21 years old; 6'10"; 253 lbs.
    BC Kalev/Cramo Tallinn, International
    28 Kings
    From
    Bulls Jeremy Tyler C
    19 years old; 6'11"; 240 lbs.
    Tokyo Apache, International
    29 Lakers Jamie Skeen PF
    22 years old; 6'8"; 220 lbs.
    VCU, Senior
    30 Spurs Damian Saunders SF/PF
    22 years old; 6'7"; 205 lbs.
    Duquesne, Senior




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    Enes Kanter should be who the Wizards draft.

    Allow Blatche to be moved, possibly get a later 1st for him. Which will give Wizards a total of 3 (remember the Hawks pick in Kirk trade) draft picks. Use the other 2 to get a SG and SF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Walls Era View Post
    Enes Kanter should be who the Wizards draft.

    Allow Blatche to be moved, possibly get a later 1st for him. Which will give Wizards a total of 3 (remember the Hawks pick in Kirk trade) draft picks. Use the other 2 to get a SG and SF.
    It sounds like a good idea, but if it's a late 1st, then they're dealing with a team who in contention for a championship. I can't think of any of the top 7 or 8 teams in the league who would want to lock up 7 or 8 million a year for 4 more years for a bench player who can't play defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree Rollins View Post
    It sounds like a good idea, but if it's a late 1st, then they're dealing with a team who in contention for a championship. I can't think of any of the top 7 or 8 teams in the league who would want to lock up 7 or 8 million a year for 4 more years for a bench player who can't play defense.
    The Spurs might be interested in replacing McDyess and his $6.5mill. Boston is paying a ton to both J. O'Neal and Rasheed Wallace and might want a younger and healthier option off the bench at the same price. The Knicks could also use some height after trading their whole team away for Melo and they only have around $45mill in salary locked up next season. I could see those 3 teams having some interest just off the top of my head. I think Blatche would be more productive for these teams than anything they would draft in the mid-late 20's like Jordan Williams, Jeremy Tyler, JaJuan Johnson, or Jon Leuer

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Walls Era View Post
    Enes Kanter should be who the Wizards draft.

    Allow Blatche to be moved, possibly get a later 1st for him. Which will give Wizards a total of 3 (remember the Hawks pick in Kirk trade) draft picks. Use the other 2 to get a SG and SF.
    Hopefully, they get a chance to land him. Last week, we were tied for 3rd in the ping-pong hopper and now we're possibly 6th if we beat Cleveland on the road. Not good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Formation View Post
    Hopefully, they get a chance to land him. Last week, we were tied for 3rd in the ping-pong hopper and now we're possibly 6th if we beat Cleveland on the road. Not good.
    I think with Irving, Barnes, Kanter, and Williams all as top 5 picks in the draft we should have a good shot at landing him as long as we don't land too far away from the #1 spot when the lottery goes down.

    If we land Kanter though I have a question for you guys...

    I really like what McGee gives us when he's on the floor. His shot blocking is ridiculous, he brings a lot of energy and his ability to run the fast break and finish above the rim is a perfect compliment to the way Wall and Crawford play. With that being said we need to add a true big man under the basket, so if Kanter is there I think he is the selection for us. If we draft him though can we find a way to play both he and McGee on the floor together? When I think of McGee at the 4 I worry about his lack of offensive range. Is Kanter a player that can play the power forward position though or is he more of a center? Could he still play PF on offense but match up defensively with opponents centers?

    I'd just hate to see Javale get sent to the bench after making such a big improvement in his game this year. He's had some amazing games on the glass and his offensive game although bit unorthodox, is actually improving. Plus, he dunks so much that despite his ugly mid range jumper he's still shooting 54% from the floor.

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    Kanter is a natural PF. Hes not one of those soft Euro prospects either, the kid likes contact. Hes not a 3pt shooter (who cares), but he has a good mid range game. He does have a post game and some decent athleticism. The only concern is health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Walls Era View Post
    Kanter is a natural PF. Hes not one of those soft Euro prospects either, the kid likes contact. Hes not a 3pt shooter (who cares), but he has a good mid range game. He does have a post game and some decent athleticism. The only concern is health.
    I do worry about his injury history but with so many players going back to school next year (Jones, Sullinger, Barnes, etc.) I don't know who will be there when we pick. If we end up at 4, 5 or 6 who will be left for us to select? Seems like our choice is going to either be select a PG/SG where we don't have as big of a need or draft a european player who is 7 feet tall but wants to shoot 3's all day and will need time to develop before they have any impact. What a bad year to be a bad team

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    I would take a look at Jordan Williams too.

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    kanter reminds me of p. gasol

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    If we don't get a top two or three pick I think we need to try to trade the pick for a future first (from a bad team) for next years draft as next years draft is stacked and this years is very weak

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    I see the wizards taking PF Donatas Motiejunas with their pick. He's compared to Dirk, can go either inside or outside. His only problem is his weight, he's pretty skinny for his position but I like him a lot. I watched a lot of clips of him and he's dirty. If they take him I see them moving Blatche for another draft pick or another piece possibly a decent SF, that's what I would like. But, if somehow Derrick Williams is still there when we have our pick, YOU CANNOT PASS ON HIM! Jwall, Jordan Crawford, Derrick Williams, Blatche(hopefully move him), and Mcgee thats a pretty damn good lineup.

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