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2012 D-League Draft Results aka the "I remember him draft"

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2012 D-League Draft Results aka the "I remember him draft"

ROUND ONE

  • 01. Fort Wayne - JaJuan Johnson, Boston Celtics (NBA)
  • 02. Sioux Falls - Andrew Goudelock, Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
  • 03. Idaho - Justin Harper, Orlando Magic (NBA)
  • 04. Maine - Shelvin Mack, Washington Wizards (NBA)
  • 05. Reno - Mike Davis, Mykolaiv (Ukraine)
  • 06. Tulsa - Dominique Sutton, North Carolina Central (NCAA)
  • 07. Rio Grande Valley - Chris Johnson, Dayton (NCAA)
  • 08. Texas - Christian Eyenga, Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
  • 09. Iowa - Justin Hurtt, Mons-Hainaut (Belgium)
  • 10. Canton - D'Aundray Brown, Cleveland State (NCAA)
  • 11. Bakersfield - Shan Foster, Mons-Hainaut (Belgium)
  • 12. Erie - Jack McClinton, Budivelnik (Ukraine)
  • 13. Santa Cruz - Travis Leslie, Los Angeles Clippers (NBA)
  • 14. Springfield - Tim Ohlbrecht, Fraport Skyliners (Germany)
  • 15. Austin - Toure Murry, Wichita State (NCAA)
  • 16. Los Angeles - Dairese Gary, New Mexico (NCAA)

ROUND TWO

  • 17. Iowa - Kenny Lawson, Bnei Hasharon (Israel)
  • 18. Sioux Falls - Mark Tyndale, Sundsvall (Sweden)
  • 19. Canton - Ryan Rossiter, Denain (France)
  • 20. Fort Wayne - Dominic Cheek, Villanova (NCAA)
  • 21. Reno - Demonte Harper, Cibona (Croatia)
  • 22. Tulsa - Travis Hyman, Bowie State (NCAA, Div. II)
  • 23. Rio Grande Valley - DeVon Hardin, Tsmoki Minsk (Belarus)
  • 24. Texas - Sean Singletary, Mons-Hainaut (Belgium)
  • 25. Iowa - Terrence Jennings, Liege (Belgium)
  • 26. Canton - Jorge Gutierrez, California (NCAA)
  • 27. Bakersfield - James Nunnally, UC Santa Barbara (NCAA)
  • 28. Erie - Alex Ruoff, Aalstar (Belgium)
  • 29. Springfield - Christian Polk, UTEP (NCAA)
  • 30. Springfield - Willie Reed, Girona (Spain)
  • 31. Bakersfield - Chris Cooper, Old Dominion (NCAA)
  • 32. Tulsa - Tony Taylor, George Washington (NCAA)

ROUND THREE

  • 33. Santa Cruz - T.J. Robinson, Long Beach State (NCAA)
  • 34. Rio Grande Valley - Mike Singletary, Mornar Bar (Montenegro)
  • 35. Idaho - Garrett Green, San Diego State (NCAA)
  • 36. Texas - Shay Shine, High Point (NCAA)
  • 37. Santa Cruz - Brandon Bowdry, VEF Riga (Latvia)
  • 38. Iowa - Cam Tatum, Tennessee (NCAA)
  • 39. Rio Grande Valley - Matt Dickey, UNC-Asheville (NCAA)
  • 40. Canton - J.P. Primm, UNC-Asheville (NCAA)
  • 41. Iowa - George Odufuwa, Monthey (Switzerland)
  • 42. Fort Wayne - Lenny Daniel, Ironi Kiryat Ata (Israel)
  • 43. Bakersfield - Ralph Sampson III, Minnesota (NCAA)
  • 44. Erie - LaMarcus Lowe, Detroit Mercy (NCAA)
  • 45. Santa Cruz - Faisal Aden, Washington State (NCAA)
  • 46. Springfield - Cliff Tucker, Maryland (NCAA)
  • 47. Austin - Andrew Lovedale, Quimper (France)
  • 48. Iowa - Phil Martin, UC Riverside (NCAA)

ROUND FOUR

  • 49. Fort Wayne - Darryl Partin, Boston University (NCAA)
  • 50. Iowa - Ralph Mims, DNP last year, Nancy (France) in 10-11
  • 51. Idaho - Hank Thorns, TCU (NCAA)
  • 52. Maine - Omar Reed, Austin Toros (D-League)
  • 53. Reno - Orinze Onuaku, Neptunas (Lithuania)
  • 54. Tulsa - Ron Anderson, South Florida (NCAA)
  • 55. Rio Grande Valley - Glen Rice Jr, Georgia Tech (NCAA)
  • 56. Texas - Darryl Bryant, West Virginia (NCAA)
  • 57. Iowa - Liam McMorrow, Tennessee Tech (NCAA)
  • 58. Erie - Malik Cooke, South Carolina (NCAA)
  • 59. Bakersfield - Cervante Burrell, Seattle (NCAA)
  • 60. Fort Wayne - Darnell Dodson, Southern Miss (NCAA)
  • 61. Santa Cruz - Durrell Summers, Maine Red Claws (D-League)
  • 62. Springfield - Shawn Vanzant, Ura Basket (Finland)
  • 63. Austin - Maurice McNeil, Huesca (Spain)
  • 64. Los Angeles - Rashad Bishop, Cia do Terno (Brazil)

ROUND FIVE

  • 65. Fort Wayne - Bernard Toombs, Eco Orebro (Sweden)
  • 66. Sioux Falls - Chris Davis, Idaho Stampede (D-League)
  • 67. Idaho - Sean Evans, Goettingen (Germany)
  • 68. Maine - Jeremiah Rivers, Mega Vizura (Serbia)
  • 69. Reno - Reggie Willhite, Yale (NCAA)
  • 70. Tulsa - Rodney Bartholomew, Indiana Tech (NAIA)
  • 71. Rio Grande Valley - Dominique Ferguson, Florida International (NCAA)
  • 72. Texas - Jefferson Mason, Finke Baskets (Germany)
  • 73. Iowa - Mike Smith, Bremerhaven (Germany)
  • 74. Canton - Omari Johnson, Oregon State (NCAA)
  • 75. Bakersfield - Austen Powers, Ovarense (Portugal)
  • 76. Erie - Ronnie Moss, Texas Wesleyan (NAIA)
  • 77. Santa Cruz - Steve Tchiengang, Vanderbilt (NCAA)
  • 78. Springfield - Shawn Taggart, TED Instanbul (Turkey)
  • 79. Austin - Alexis Wangmene, Texas (NCAA)
  • 80. Los Angeles - Phil Jones, Cluj Napoca (Romania)

ROUND SIX

  • 81. Fort Wayne - Jason Warren, Gary Splash (IBA)
  • 82. Sioux Falls - Malcolm Campbell, Warner (NAIA)
  • 83. Idaho - Jai Lucas, Valmiera (Latvia)
  • 84. Maine - Ron Allen, Austin Toros (D-League)
  • 85. Reno - Dontell Jefferson, Sioux Falls Skyforce (D-League)
  • 86. Tulsa - Solomon Bozeman, Hapoel Yokneam/Megido (Israel)
  • 87. Rio Grande Valley - Tajuan Porter, Neuchatel (Switzerland)
  • 88. Texas - Marcus Simmons, Yokohama BC (Japan)
  • 89. Iowa - Vance Cooksey, Rio Grande Valley Vipers (D-League)
  • 90. Canton - Assane Sene, Virginia (NCAA)
  • 91. Bakersfield - Bo Ingram, Texas-Arlington (NCAA)
  • 92. Erie - Donte Roberts, Lewis-Clark State (NAIA)
  • 93. Santa Cruz - Darren Moore, Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 94. Sprinfield - Stefan Bonneau, C.W. Post (NCAA, Div. II)
  • 95. Austin - Jazwyn Cowan, 9 de Julio (Argentina)
  • 96. Los Angeles - Tristan Thompson, Austin Toros (D-League)

ROUND SEVEN

  • 97. Fort Wayne - Dante Williams, Battle Creek Knights (IBA)
  • 98. Sioux Falls - Michael Nunnally, Nilan Bisons (Finland)
  • 99. Idaho - Malik Alvin, Shaw (NCAA, Div. II)
  • 100. Maine - Scott VanderMeer, Rio Grande Valley Vipers (D-League)
  • 101. Reno - Chris Telesford - Santa Monica Jump (WCBL)
  • 102. Tulsa - Ayron Hardy, Leicester Raiders (United Kingdom)
  • 103. Rio Grande Valley - Lamb Autrey, St. Mary's TX (NCAA, Div. II)
  • 104. Texas - Billy McShepard, Hoops Club (Lebanon)
  • 105. Iowa - Patrick Richard, McNeese State (NCAA)
  • 106. Canton - Jordan Eglseder, Kotwica (Poland)
  • 107. Bakersfield - Trevon Harmon, Cleveland State (NCAA)
  • 108. Erie - Carlton Guyton, Kent State (NCAA)
  • 109. Santa Cruz - Japeth Aguilar, Talk N' Text (Phillippines)
  • 110. Springfield - Chaz Crawford, DNP last year, played for Solna (Sweden) in 09
  • 111. Austin - P.J. Alawoya, Saar-Pfalz Braves (Germany)
  • 112. Los Angeles - Cecil Brown, Antibes (France)

ROUND EIGHT

  • 113. Fort Wayne - Bryant Austin, Lima Explosion (ABA)
  • 114. Sioux Falls - Travis Cohn, Springfield Armor (D-League)
  • 115. Idaho - Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina (NCAA)
  • 116. Maine - Corey Allmond, Vestel (Turkey)
  • 117. Reno - Brant Bailey, Namika Lahti (Finland)
  • 118. Tulsa - Isaiah Wilkerson, NJIT (NCAA)
  • 119. Rio Grande Valley - Evan Matteson, (NCAA, Div, II)
  • 120. Texas - Kenny Dobbs, DNP last year, dunk champ out of Phoenix, AZ
  • 121. Los Angeles - Mamadou Diarra, Oviedo (Spain)
  • 122. Canton - Vernon Lewis, Paul Quinn (NAIA)
  • 123. Bakersfield - Jamel McGuire, CSU San Marcos (NAIA)
  • 124. Erie - Danny Sumner, Skallagrimur (Iceland)
  • 125. Santa Cruz - Aaron Mollet, Notre Dame Namur (NCAA, Div. II)
  • 126. Springfield - Nate Brown, DNP last year, Austin Toros (D-League) in 09
  • 127. Austin - Justin Johnson, Halifax Rainmen (Canada)
  • 128. Los Angeles - Oniel Polynice, Los Angeles D-Fenders (D-League)

http://secretrival.blogspot.com/2012/11/2012-d-league-draft-order.html?spref=tw

* Mcdunkins note:Shout out to Tim Ohlbrecht who has a good chance to be the first undrafed inernational free agent to choose the NBADL and get called up.


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I'll be personally rooting

I'll be personally rooting for pick #75 to pan out and eventually make it to the league.

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Coool Name!, Hoping for the

Coool Name!,

Hoping for the 109th pick to make it the leauge! go Philippines!

got a question!,

why 8 rounds??, dont they retain any former baller?

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Watch out for Tim Olbrecht.

Watch out for Tim Olbrecht. If he developed even a little bit from when he first came on the scene. I remember there were Dirk comparisons early on if memory serves me correctly. If he can be even a knockdown spot up/ pick and pop guy he could end up with a call up eventually. Near 7footers who can knockdown a jumper seem to always find a place on teams, see Steve Novak.

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I hope Sean singletary can

I hope Sean singletary can make it, I saw him play tyreese rice when he was at virginia. I hope scottie reynolds eventually makes it too. He wasnt in the draft but I loved him at villinova.

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Anyone else notice Sean

Anyone else notice Sean Singletary and Shan Foster playing in the same backcourt in Belgium?

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I'm kind of surprised Travis

I'm kind of surprised Travis Leslie fell to #13 when he was an NBA player just a few days ago

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Wow, Kenny Dobbs? I had no

Wow, Kenny Dobbs? I had no idea he even played organaized basketball lol

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Shoutout to Dom Cheek and my

Shoutout to Dom Cheek and my homie Malik Alvin

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Tim Ohlbrecht

I watched him a couple of times in the last years and I think he can make it to the NBA. He is quit athletic, blocks some shots and has a nice jumpshot (he can make some threes).

He just has some mental problems, as he worked with some mental coaches to improve his consistency.

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TAJUAN PORTER!!!!

Boo ya! I thought he was still in Canada, but that mighty might provided some good times at U of O. About 5-6 (maybe less), he could stroke triples (also shoot quite a few them as well)! Tajuan and Aaron Brooks made a really exciting back court in 2007-08, when the Ducks actually might have given Florida their toughest game out of their 2nd of the back-to-back championships.

Tajuan started off his college career with a bang, going for no fewer than 27 in his first 3 college contests. The capper was a 38 point performance where he was 10-12 from downtown (one of which was a 60 foot buzzer beating heave at half). He also burned UNLV in the tournament for 33 to get us to the Elite 8 to play Florida. Without Aaron Brooks, Tajuan was never as effective. Brooks was a special player and we really needed a PG to play with Tajuan. Bonus points for having the spectacular athleticism AB possesses.

Was really hoping that St. Louis' Brian Conklin was chosen, guess he got passed up. Actually know people in Brian's family and met the young man himself, great kid. He had a really nice senior season for the Billikens, they gave Michigan State a really good game in the 2nd round of the tournament last year. He is kind of an undersized 4, though really tough and smart. His nickname is "the Oregon Destroyer", which suits him on the court. Guessing he may be headed overseas eventually, just know he was vying for a spot in the D-League.

So many names I recognize, though I will admit that I have never heard of quite a few of these guys. Their are a lot of great players out there who just need a little more polish or a chance to get a role. Crazy how many good basketball players there are out there, makes me appreciate the great ones that much more.

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Davis

Good to see Mike Davis back in the States, hope he can be called some day, had a pretty good career on Illinois. Why Demetri McCamey didn't get drafted after he got cut from the Rockets?

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