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With the 24th pick in the

With the 24th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the New York Knicks select Tony Mitchell

I think they need a guy that can play either forward position to bring off the bench when Melo sits. Mitchell adds a nice piece for NY moving forward

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My Fault...I for got that I

My Fault...I for got that I had a group basketball workout that I had to run...But I was going to pick Mitchell at that spot as well...once again my fault...

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No worries man!

No worries man!

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The LA Clippers (Forte IV)

The LA Clippers (Forte IV) are on the clock

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Forte IV seems to be offline,

Forte IV seems to be offline, R-Dot do you want to select for the Clippers?

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Getting close.

Can you post the current draftees so far? I hope my top 3 are still available.

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1. Nerlens Noel 2. Victor

1. Nerlens Noel
2. Victor Oladipo
3. Cody Zeller
4. Alex Len
5. Otto Porter
6. Trey Burke
7. Anthony Bennett
8. Ben McLemore
9. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
10. Michael Carter-Williams
11. CJ McCollum
12. Kelly Olynyk
13. Shabazz Muhammad
14. Steven Adams
15. Giannis Adetokoubo
16. Ricky Ledo
17. Lucas Nogueria
18. Andre Roberson
19. Sergey Karasev
20. Dennis Schroeder
21. Shane Larkin
22. Mason Plumlee
23. Tony Snell
24. Tony Mitchell

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With the 25th pick in the

With the 25th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the LA Clippers select Allen Crabbe.

I think Crabbe can be a nice scorer for them off the bench somehwat like Jamal Crawford. He's cheaper and younger than him too

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We doing 2nd round too or

We doing 2nd round too or just first? I ask cause I have to go in 45-60 minutes and I doubt I'd be around for my 2nd round pick.

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Just the 1st round

Just the 1st round

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Minnesota Timberwolves

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26th pick, Minnesota selects

26th pick, Minnesota selects Reggie Bullock from University of North Carolina

now back to tanning

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Tuning back in, I really

Tuning back in, I really targeting one guy hoping he will be a available for th suns at 30

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The Denver Nuggets

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With the 27th pick in the

With the 27th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft the Denver Nuggets select Tim Hardaway Jr.

Great scorer, will definitely fit a huge need.

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I really like that pick. They

I really like that pick. They need a SG who can stretch the floor. Far too often last year they were playing Lawson and Miller together in the backcourt. Once Gallo went down they had nobody left to stretch the defense. With IGGY likely moving on SG was the way to go and Hardaway Jr. is a great fit.

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Yep, I was praying Bullock

Yep, I was praying Bullock would drop one more spot. Bullock's as good of a shooter but he's also a good wing defender. The slashing nature of Hardaway could be more useful though given their style of play.

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I think Bullock is a better

I think Bullock is a better shooter and I would have taken him over Tim as well. You put it well how they both bring different things to the table and Hardaway Jr. can create better off the dribble so he could end up being the better fit.

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San Antonio Spurs (TomShoe)

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With the 28th pick in the

With the 28th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the San Antonio Spurs select Jamaal Franklin

I think with a coach like Pop, Franklin can be a Tony Allen type of player. Very good value for the late first round if you ask me.

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Sorry, I took some time

Sorry, I took some time writing my analysis.

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Oklahoma City Thunder

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Awe crap, I ran out quickly.

Awe crap, I ran out quickly. Well thankfully I would have selected Allen Crabbe anyway lol.

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Wow lol Franklin was the guy

Wow lol Franklin was the guy I wanted

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AND HE'S STILL THERE!!!!!!!

AND HE'S STILL THERE!!!!!!!

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Wow lol Franklin was the guy

Wow lol Franklin was the guy I wanted

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Wow lol Franklin was the guy

Wow lol Franklin was the guy I wanted

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THUNDERHOG YOU SUCK. I wanted

THUNDERHOG YOU SUCK.

I wanted Hardaway. Oh well.

With the 28th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Spurs select Glen Rice Jr. from the D-League.

I was tempted to go with Withey right here, but think of it this way.

The entire Spurs' system is primarily based off of Tony Parker and Manu's penetration, which forces defenses to collapse and opens up chances for the rest of the team. Now Manu's not getting any younger, and Rice's versatility is why we need him in the system. It would be good to add some athleticism and penetration into the 2nd unit. Plus, he has the makings of being a very good defender, and could swap out starting with Green, depending on the situation. I also have a thing for rebounding guards. Don't judge me.

Besides, Kawhi needs a backup. There's nothing behind him.

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Should have stuck with

Should have stuck with Franklin....

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Nah, I think Rice's game is

Nah, I think Rice's game is more suited for the pros, since he's played against near NBA-level competition. As much as I love me some Jamaal Franklin, I think Rice will translate better.

Still, if he's there on draft night, I wouldn't hesitate taking him.

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It's okay, I wanted Bullock.

It's okay, I wanted Bullock. In fact, since Fandango took Bullock it's really his fault you didn't get Hardaway. You should hate him instead.

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Alright well Franklin is

Alright well Franklin is still available. OhCanada, you're still up

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With the 29th pick in the NBA

With the 29th pick in the NBA Draft, the Oklahoma City Thunder select Jeff Withey

I think Withey is a guy that can play right now and be effective coming off the bench behind Perkins

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Phoenix is up

Phoenix is up

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Jamaal Franklin. To me he's a

Jamaal Franklin. To me he's a lottery talent. Doubt he lasts this long in the real draft.

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I really like Franklin and

I really like Franklin and think he could be a Tony Allen type of player, if he gets a corner jumper, he can be one of those 3-and-D type of players that each championship team needs

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Franklin is another guy I am

Franklin is another guy I am really high on. I doubt he lasts past the early 20's myself. If the Suns added Porter and Franklin they would have to be happy. They would go from one of the worst perimeter defensive teams to one of the best with the addition of these two. That is probably the steal of the mock for me with Franklin going at 30...oddly enough it is the same in the NBADraft.net mock.

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Awesome time everyone!

Check out my mock draft on the side before the draft and enjoy

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1. Nerlens Noel 2. Victor

1. Nerlens Noel
2. Victor Oladipo
3. Cody Zeller
4. Alex Len
5. Otto Porter
6. Trey Burke
7. Anthony Bennett
8. Ben McLemore
9. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
10. Michael Carter-Williams
11. CJ McCollum
12. Kelly Olynyk
13. Shabazz Muhammad
14. Steven Adams
15. Giannis Adetokoubo
16. Ricky Ledo
17. Lucas Nogueria
18. Andre Roberson
19. Sergey Karasev
20. Dennis Schroeder
21. Shane Larkin
22. Mason Plumlee
23. Tony Snell
24. Tony Mitchell
25. Allen Crabbe
26. Reggie Bullock
27. Tim Hardaway Jr.
28. Glen Rice Jr.
29. Jeff Withey
30. Jamaal Franklin

Nice work everyone, thanks for participating and taking the time out of your day to do so! Hopefully we can do this next year as well!

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The only real surprises here

The only real surprises here are obviously Roberson at 18 and the fact that nobody took Gorgui Dieng. He was the best player on the national champs and can help a team with defense and rebounding from day one.

I was looking into this and it has been since the year I was born ,1987, that a National Championship team (Indiana with Alford, Smart, and Garret all went early 2nd round) has not had a first rounder on their roster. For this to be the case obviously it would mean that Russ Smith or Chane Behanan couldn't be picked in the first round either in the upcoming drafts. I don't know that they will since one is a 5-11 shooting guard and the other a 6-5 power forward. Just an interesting fact that makes Louisville's run even more impressive to me.

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That was fun and interesting

That was fun and interesting for sure! Thanks everyone for participating.

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Let's all give a hand to

Let's all give a hand to Tongue-Out-Like-23. This was a tough 3 hours for him and it went as smooth as possible. You did an excellent job hosting!

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Sorry I couldn't get to the

Sorry I couldn't get to the draft thread today guys but the actual final draft looks a fairly decent mock. I fully echo Sewok's thoughts and say a great effort by Tongue Out to organize this and keep it together.

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At 29 Iwouldve taken Dieng

At 29 Iwouldve taken Dieng just for the record.

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Great job guys, it was fun

Great job guys, it was fun reading all. special thanks to Tongue-Out-Like-23

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Special thanks to

Special thanks to rileymcshea, this wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for him reorganizing this after two failed attempts!

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This went phenomenally. And

This went phenomenally. And because I wasn't here to announce the Pacers pick, Snell is a good wing scorer who is NBA Ready. Perfect for the Pacers bench. Thanks to nearly everyone for showing up!

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