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Old 07-20-2006, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Ongoing mock draft

This is my ongoing mock draft. I will constantly be updating this, and I hope you like it over time. I might leave some players out b/c I don't think they will enter, but I will try to get most of them in. I have just edited and have taken Greg Oden out because I do not believe he will enter the 2007 NBA Draft. Thank you.

1. Portland Trailblazers- Yi Jian Lian, F/C, China

2. Chicago Bulls- Chase Budinger, SG, Arizona, Fr.

3. Charlotte Bobcats- Spencer Hawes, C, Washington, Fr.

4. Phoenix Suns- Kevin Durant, SF, Texas, Fr.

5. Toronto Raptors- Bill Walker, G/F, HS Senior

6. Minnesota Timberwolves- Julian Wright, SF, Kansas, So.

7. Boston Celtics- Brandon Wright, PF, UNC, Fr.

8. Houston Rockets- Tiago Splitter, F/C, Brazil

9. Golden State Warriors- Al Horford, PF, Florida, Jr.

10. Seattle Sonics- L.R. Mbah a Moute, SF, UCLA

11. Detroit Pistons- Hasheem Thabeet, C, Connecticut, Fr.

12. New Orleans Hornets- Corey Brewer, SF, Florida, Jr.

13. Philadelphia 76ers- Joseph Jones, PF, Texas A&M, Jr.

14. Utah Jazz- Arron Afflalo, SG, UCLA, Jr.

15. Milwaukee Bucks- Gabriel Pruitt, PG, USC, Jr.

16. New York Knicks- Mario Chalmers, PG, Kansas, So.

17. Indiana Pacers- Ronald Steele, PG, Alabama, Jr.

18. Washington Wizards- Jermareo Davidson, PF, Alabama, Sr.

19. Sacramento Kings- Nick Fazekas, PF, Nevada, Sr.

20. Denver Nuggets- Richard Roby, SG, Colorado, Jr.

21. L.A. Lakers- Jeff Green, SF, Georgetown, Jr.

22. L.A. Clippers- Rudy Fernandez, SG, Spain

23. New Jersey Nets- Coleman Collins, PF, Virginia Tech, Sr.

24. Memphis Grizzlies- Uros Tripkovic, PG, Serbia

25. Phoenix Suns- Alando Tucker, F/G, Wisconsin, Sr.

26. Miami Heat- Acie Law, PG, Texas A&M, Sr.

27. Phoenix Suns- Sun Yue, SG, China

28. Denver Nuggets- Jahsa Bluntt, SG, Delaware State, Sr.

29. San Antonio Spurs- Aaron Gray, C, Pittburgh, Sr.

30. Detroit Pistons- Ekene Ibekwe, PF, Maryland, Sr.

2nd Round

31. Portland Trailblazers- Bobby Brown, PG, Cal State Fullerton, Sr.

32. New York Knicks- Al Thornton, F, Florida State

33. Charlotte Bobcats- Ian Vouyoukas, PF, St. Louis, Sr.

34. Atlanta Hawks- Marko Thomas, SG, Croatia

35. Toronto Raptors- J.R. Giddens, SG, New Mexico, Jr.

36. Minnesota Timberwolves- Morris Almond, SG, Rice, Sr.

37. Boston Celtics- Jason Smith, PF, Colorado State, Jr.

38. Houston Rockets- Curtis Sumpter, SF, Villanova, Sr.

39. Golden State Warriors- DeAngelo Alexander, SG, Charlotte, Sr.

40. Seattle Supersonics- Reyshawn Terry, SF, UNC, Jr.

41. Orlando Magic- Terrence Roberts, PF, Syracuse, Sr.

42. New Orleans Hornets- Darryl Watkins, C, Syracuse, Sr.

43. Philadelphia 76ers- Blake Schilb, SG, Loyola Chi., Sr.

44. Utah Jazz- Marco Belinelli, SG, Italy

45. Milwaukee Bucks- Glen Davis, PF, LSU, Jr.

46. Chicago Bulls- Brandon Heath, PG, SD State, Sr.

47. Indiana Pacers- Adam Haluska, SG, Iowa, Sr.

48. Washington Wizards- Lester Abram, G/F, Michigan, Sr.

49. Sacramento Kings- Sidike Sidibi, C, France

50. Denver Nuggets- Brad Newly, SG, Australia

51. L.A. Lakers- Rasean Dickey, PF, Georgia Tech

52. L.A. Clippers- Brian Butch, C, Wisconsin

53. New Jersey Nets- Mustafa Shakur, G, Arizona

54. Memphis Grizzlies- Malik Hairston, SG, Oregon

55. Cleveland Cavaliers- Sean Williams, PF, Boston College

56. Miami Heat- Chris Lofton, SG, Tennessee

57. Phoenix Suns- D.J. White, F, Indiana

58. Dallas Mavericks- Nemanja Aleksandrov, SF, Serbia

59. San Antonio Spurs- Mamadou Diene, C, Baylor

60. Detroit Pistons- Juan Palacios, SF, Louisville

Second round sucks, I know, just thought I'd add it.

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Old 07-20-2006, 11:50 PM   #2
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How is Corey Brewer (UF) not even on this list of first rounders? I love Taureen Green, but he might be a little high. Tiago Splitter should be MUCH higher on this list (assuming he actually goes this time). Roy Hibbert is too high. He doesnt have enough athletic ability to go with his height.

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Old 07-21-2006, 09:29 AM   #3
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Alando Tucker is not a guard. He might be listed as one, but if you have ever seen him play, you know he plays power forward mostly, and some small forward. Also, his jump shot might be uglier than Ronnie Brewer's, without the accuracy. He's got a few low post moves, but I just can't see his game translating well into the NBA until he gets a more consistent outside shot.
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Old 07-21-2006, 11:26 AM   #4
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I doubt Hasheem Thabeet declares for the draft after this year. He's talented but from what i know he still doesn't have a great offensive game. Plus players under Jim Calhoun usually don't come out right after their freshman year.
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Old 07-21-2006, 12:33 PM   #5
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Walker is way too low......along with Splitter, Roby and Williamsn. Hibbert is far too high and based on needs, the Raps don't take Hawes, they need wing help and would take Young or Walker.....IMO.
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Old 07-21-2006, 11:25 PM   #6
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Thaddeus Young would be a blessing on the Raptors. Oden would be GODLY.
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Old 07-22-2006, 09:01 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Skywalker
Thaddeus Young would be a blessing on the Raptors. Oden would be GODLY.

Hasheem Thabeet You guys should watch a guy play first then do your mock draft, nobody has seen this mop play. Don't believe the hype. They had another over hyped bum from England a few years back that was supposed to be greater then sliced bread, and he never avg. over 7ppg.

PS- your way off dude, half of your top 10 may not even declare for the draft next year.

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Old 11-06-2006, 03:28 PM   #8
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Interrelationships of Women in Medieval Drama
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Period 4

Women in dramas, particularly in the mid to late 19th century were portrayed in a very negative light. One aspect which stands out is their hatred of men as they mature and change from the beginning to the end of the play. This can be seen in both Doll’s House and Miss Julie written by Ibsen and Strindberg respectively.
Nora is a naïve and childlike character at the opening of Doll’s House who obeys Torvald for the most part, but Ibsen forshadows her later rebellion with her deception of Torvald with the macaroons. She knows that he disapproves, but she eats them behind his back and feels no shame or remorse. The play ends with Nora leaving and declaring her hatred of both Torvald and her father who she feels treated her as a “doll” and not a living, breathing, human being. She was simply their play thing which they got pleasure from having, not from what she felt. This hatred comes mostly from her own willingness to be controlled though. Neither Torvald, nor her father had done her any great harm other then giving her what she wanted, if only subconsciously, and sometimes even asked for. While discussing what she will wear to the dance she pleads with Torvald, “Torvald, couldn't you take me in hand and decide what I shall go as…” She did not receive anything she did not wish for, but once she comes to the realization of what she has become she blames the men in her life who have given her what she craved. This presents her as immature and overdramatic as she leaves her children and husband to start her own life after this realization.
Similarly to Nora, Miss Julie ends with a deep hatred for men. She draws her hatred both from her own experiences and mistakes, as well as from what has been planted into her head from childhood by her mother. She exclaims her hatred for men after Jean brutally kills her bird by chopping its head off. “Oh, I'd love to see the whole of your sex swimming in a sea of blood just like that. I think I could drink out of your skull…” She hates Jean because of the position she has been put in by the actions they did together and blames him and his callousness for her predicament, while in reality she seduced him and wanted all along to have relations with him. This misplacement of blame by Miss Julie is another example of a negative portrayal of women by playwrights.
Playwrights have portrayed women as naïve and unintelligent and their relationships with men deteriorated, especially in these two plays, by their own fault. The women fail to recognize this however and decide instead of looking for the true cause of the disintegration of their relationships, to blame the men of the story.
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Old 11-08-2006, 12:33 PM   #9
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I would switch the Bobcats pick with the Bulls pick. The Bulls need a center not another gaurd!!!
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Old 11-09-2006, 03:20 AM   #10
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No way in hell Marco Belinelli goes 44th. More like 14th.
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:19 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by marny_navis
Second round sucks, I know, just thought I'd add it.

That's not totally true, sometimes you can still get a player early in the second round that could've been a mid to late 1st rounder. It's possible to get a good player late in the draft if you're lucky. A good example would be Manu Ginobli, he was one of the last picks a couple years ago and he turned out to be a solid player.
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