Archive - Jun 2011 - Article
By Ian Powers
The 2011 NBA Draft has widely been regarded as a down year for talent, but it offers a chance for GMs to prove themselves, the perfect draft to find that needle in a haystack.
We liked the drafts by Utah, San Antonio and both Los Angeles teams and question the Knicks moves.
NBADraft.net's Mike Misek (East) and Tyler Ingle (West) have all the picks covered.
Here is a team-by-team breakdown:
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As the prospects entered the room, it was Jimmer Fredette who drew the biggest crowd, and not Kyrie Irving. The intrigue surrounding the National Player of the Year continues, as the world remains split on his potential to run the point.
The top pick is set and Minnesota is leaning towards taking Derrick Williams at 2. We're hearing that Utah will take Enes Kanter at 3 and look to grab Jimmer Fredette at 12. Cleveland will likely take Valanciunas at 4 allowing Toronto to get the PG they covet at 5 in Brandon Knight.