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AKADS 06-19-2006 03:38 PM

Mock Draft. Part 3
 
Toronto - Andrea Bargnani
Chicago(via New York) - Tyrus Thomas
Charlotte - Brandon Roy
Portland - Adam Morrison
Atlanta - Shelden Williams
Minnesota - LaMarcus Aldridge
Boston - Rudy Gay
Houston - J.J. Redick
Golden State - Patrick O'Bryant
Seattle - Cedric Simmons
Orlando - Ronnie Brewer
New Orleans/Oklahoma City - Hilton Armstrong
Philadelphia - Marcus Williams
Utah - Randy Foye
NO/OC Hornets(via Milwaukee) - Rodney Carney
Chicago - Thabo Sefolosha
Indiana - Alexander Johnson
Washington - Rajon Rondo
Sacramento - Sergio Rodriguez
Phoenix - (via L.A. Lakers) - Mouhamed Saer Sene
New Jersey - (via L.A. Clippers) - Kyle Lowry
New Jersey - Shannon Brown
Memphis - Jordan Farmar
Cleveland - Olexsiy Pecherov
L.A. Lakers - Guillermo Diaz
Phoenix - Quincy Douby
Dallas - Maurice Ager
Portland -(via Detroit) - Joel Freeland

Other potential first rounders: Mardy Collins, James White, Marcus Vinicius Viera de Souza, Leon Powe, Daniel Gibson, Yotam Halperin, P. J. Tucker, James Augustine, Paul Davis, Darius Washington, Damir Markota, Mike Gansey, Will Blalock, Taj Gray, Dee Brown, Paul Millsap.

TheReturnofCed 06-19-2006 08:58 PM

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Originally Posted by AKADS
Toronto - Andrea Bargnani
Chicago(via New York) - Tyrus Thomas
Charlotte - Brandon Roy
Portland - Adam Morrison
Atlanta - Shelden Williams
Minnesota - LaMarcus Aldridge
Boston - Rudy Gay
Houston - J.J. Redick
Golden State - Patrick O'Bryant
Seattle - Cedric Simmons
Orlando - Ronnie Brewer
New Orleans/Oklahoma City - Hilton Armstrong
Philadelphia - Marcus Williams
Utah - Randy Foye
NO/OC Hornets(via Milwaukee) - Rodney Carney
Chicago - Thabo Sefolosha
Indiana - Alexander Johnson
Washington - Rajon Rondo
Sacramento - Sergio Rodriguez
Phoenix - (via L.A. Lakers) - Mouhamed Saer Sene
New Jersey - (via L.A. Clippers) - Kyle Lowry
New Jersey - Shannon Brown
Memphis - Jordan Farmar
Cleveland - Olexsiy Pecherov
L.A. Lakers - Guillermo Diaz
Phoenix - Quincy Douby
Dallas - Maurice Ager
Portland -(via Detroit) - Joel Freeland

Other potential first rounders: Mardy Collins, James White, Marcus Vinicius Viera de Souza, Leon Powe, Daniel Gibson, Yotam Halperin, P. J. Tucker, James Augustine, Paul Davis, Darius Washington, Damir Markota, Mike Gansey, Will Blalock, Taj Gray, Dee Brown, Paul Millsap.


Chad Ford is an idiot.

AKADS 06-19-2006 09:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheReturnofCed
Chad Ford is an idiot.


Wait till you read all of his "reasoning"
I PM'd it to u.

TheReturnofCed 06-19-2006 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AKADS
Wait till you read all of his "reasoning"
I PM'd it to u.


I read that too bro, and it's not right.

He takes what teams say as truth. He probably gets paid by teams to pay certain things, it s all media trickery to get the other teams to buy what their saying to Chad Ford.

JohnnySic 06-20-2006 09:46 AM

I'f the Celts get Rudy Gay, I'm breaking out the vodka.

:cheers: :banana: :hammerhead: :cheers:

Unregistered 06-20-2006 01:43 PM

my mock draft

YOUR PICKS
1 Andrea Bargnani
7-0 PF, Italy


2 LaMarcus Aldridge
6-10 PF, Texas


3 Adam Morrison
6-8 SF, Gonzaga


4 Tyrus Thomas
6-9 PF, LSU


5 Brandon Roy
6-5 SG, Washington


6 Marcus Williams
6-3 PG, Connecticut


7 Randy Foye
6-3 SG, Villanova


8 Rudy Gay
6-9 SF, Connecticut


9 Patrick O'Bryant
7-0 C, Bradley


10 Cedric Simmons
6-10 PF, NC State


11 Ronnie Brewer
6-7 SG, Arkansas


12 Tiago Splitter
7-0 PF, Brazil


13 Rajon Rondo
6-2 PG, Kentucky


14 J.J. Redick
6-4 SG, Duke


15 Shelden Williams
6-9 PF, Duke


16 Thabo Sefolosha
6-6 SF, Switzerland


17 Kyle Lowry
6-0 PG, Villanova


18 Rodney Carney
6-7 SF, Memphis


19 Olexsiy Pecherov
6-11 PF, Ukraine


20 Mouhamed Saer Sene
7-0 C, Senegal


21 Shawne Williams
6-9 SF, Memphis


22 Hilton Armstrong
6-11 C, Connecticut


23 Jordan Farmar
6-2 PG, UCLA


24 Shannon Brown
6-3 SG, Michigan State


25 Sergio Rodriguez
6-3 PG, Spain


26 Alexander Johnson
6-10 PF, Florida State


27 Dee Brown
5-10 PG, Illinois


28 Taj Gray
6-9 PF, Oklahoma


29 Marcus Vinicius Vieira de Souza
6-10 SF, Brazil


30 Maurice Ager
6-5 SG, Michigan State

SPORTSNATION'S PICKS
1 Tyrus Thomas
6-9 PF, LSU


2 LaMarcus Aldridge
6-10 PF, Texas


3 Adam Morrison
6-8 SF, Gonzaga


4 Andrea Bargnani
7-0 PF, Italy


5 Brandon Roy
6-5 SG, Washington


6 Rudy Gay
6-9 SF, Connecticut


7 Randy Foye
6-3 SG, Villanova


8 Marcus Williams
6-3 PG, Connecticut


9 Patrick O'Bryant
7-0 C, Bradley


10 Shelden Williams
6-9 PF, Duke


11 Ronnie Brewer
6-7 SG, Arkansas


12 Tiago Splitter
7-0 PF, Brazil


13 Rajon Rondo
6-2 PG, Kentucky


14 J.J. Redick
6-4 SG, Duke


15 Shawne Williams
6-9 SF, Memphis


16 Hilton Armstrong
6-11 C, Connecticut


17 Kyle Lowry
6-0 PG, Villanova


18 Cedric Simmons
6-10 PF, NC State


19 Mouhamed Saer Sene
7-0 C, Senegal


20 Shannon Brown
6-3 SG, Michigan State


21 Maurice Ager
6-5 SG, Michigan State


22 Jordan Farmar
6-2 PG, UCLA


23 Alexander Johnson
6-10 PF, Florida State


24 Mardy Collins
6-6 PG, Temple


25 Marcus Vinicius Vieira de Souza
6-10 SF, Brazil


26 Guillermo Diaz
6-2 SG, Miami


27 Olexsiy Pecherov
6-11 PF, Ukraine


28 Quincy Douby
6-3 SG, Rutgers


29 Aaron Gray
7-0 C, Pittsburgh


30 Josh Boone
6-10 C, Connecticut

roth15syr 06-20-2006 10:17 PM

Why at the top did it not have any picks for the Knicks? We have 20 and 29 this year if I'm not mistaken. Can someone PM me the whole Chad Ford article? Thanks.

yourhero 06-21-2006 01:32 AM

Can I get this article too? Thanks

knicksfan3 06-21-2006 07:58 AM

Wow your mock :pimp: and sports nation :confused:

disco 06-21-2006 11:48 AM

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Why it always seems that people do their mocks by copy-pasting players' names from other mocks, and then shuffle the order a bit. We all know that each year there are big surprises, and I am sure this draft will be even more difficult to predict than normally. Please, make some bold predictions and list guys who are not necessarily in every single 'expert mock'. No expert ever gets the mock right and there are always first round picks that you don't find from picks 1-40 of most mocks. When make your mock, go for a couple of surprises based on thinking yourself what the teams really need and what kind of 'drafters' they are. I have a feeling that e.g. Nets and Suns will surprise a lot of people with one of their picks in the first round.

dwillreg 06-21-2006 11:19 PM

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Originally Posted by disco
Why it always seems that people do their mocks by copy-pasting players' names from other mocks, and then shuffle the order a bit. We all know that each year there are big surprises, and I am sure this draft will be even more difficult to predict than normally. Please, make some bold predictions and list guys who are not necessarily in every single 'expert mock'. No expert ever gets the mock right and there are always first round picks that you don't find from picks 1-40 of most mocks. When make your mock, go for a couple of surprises based on thinking yourself what the teams really need and what kind of 'drafters' they are. I have a feeling that e.g. Nets and Suns will surprise a lot of people with one of their picks in the first round.


People should make a draft of what they would do if they were the GM of every team. Because none of us have sources to NBA executives or are at workouts so you should make a draft of what you would do if you had every pick.

HKSVIP 06-21-2006 11:36 PM

In the first mock the knicks didn't even have a their picks, #20 and #29.


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