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After potential draft picks have had a chance to work out for several teams, there have been some shakeups throughout the first round. Players rising and falling based upon their workouts, their measurables, and their medical reports. Here’s how we here at 3SOB see things going as it stands right now.

1. New Orleans – Anthony Davis (Kentucky)
2. Charlotte – Thomas Robinson (Kansas)
3. Washington – Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Kentucky)
4. Cleveland – Harrison Barnes (North Carolina)
5. Sacramento – Andre Drummond (Connecticut)
6. Portland – Damian Lillard (Weber State)
7. Golden State – Bradley Beal (Florida)
8. Toronto – Perry Jones (Baylor)
9. Detroit – John Henson (North Carolina)
10. New Orleans – Tony Wroten (Washington)
11. Portland – Jeremy Lamb (Connecticut)
12. Milwaukee – Austin Rivers (Duke)
13. Phoenix – Dion Waiters (Syracuse)
14. Houston – Tyler Zeller (North Carolina)
15. Philadelphia – Terrence Jones (Kentucky)
16. Houston – Arnett Moultrie (Mississippi State)
17. Dallas – Jared Sullinger (Ohio State)
18. Minnesota – Meyers Leonard (Illinois)
19. Orlando – Terrence Ross (Washington)
20. Denver – Quincy Miller (Baylor)
21. Boston – Moe Harkless (St. John’s)
22. Boston – Fab Melo (Syracuse)
23. Atlanta – Kendall Marshall (North Carolina)
24. Cleveland – Andrew Nicholson (Saint Bonaventure)
25. Memphis – Evan Fournier (Poitiers)
26. Indiana – Marquis Teague (Kentucky)
27. Miami – Festus Ezeli (Vanderbilt)
28. Oklahoma City – Royce White (Iowa State)
29. Chicago – Will Barton (Memphis)
30. Golden State – Doron Lamb (Kentucky)

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5 Responses to 3SOB Mock Draft: Version 2.0

  1. JoeNo Gravatar says:

    Could you explain the Grizzlies pick? Also, don’t you think the Wizards will take Beal now that Ariza is in D.C.?

  2. Red ColemanNo Gravatar says:

    @Joe — The Grizzlies pick is best summed up by two things: best player available (BPA) and money ($$$). Fournier might be the BPA at the #25 spot, which is what Chris Wallace always looks for when drafting. He believes you draft for talent, not need. (I agree with that viewpoint, incidentally.) Also, he might not come over right away, which means that the Grizzlies won’t be on the hook for a salary for him until he does come across the pond. This is appealing when you consider the number of free agents on the team that will be targeted to be re-signed this summer. So it’s a numbers game, too.

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