Williamsfan11's Mock Draft
John Wall - Obvious #1 pick.
Evan Turner - They could go with Favors here, but they will go with Turner.
Derrick Favors - They could go with Cousins here too, but Favors is a better fit.
DeMarcus Cousins - Cousins would do good with either Love or Jefferson.
Wesley Johnson - They get a great small forward to go with Evans.
Al-Farouq Aminu - He would fit in great with the Warriors.
Greg Monroe - They need some size and a center he would potentially replace Wallace after he learns a couple of things.
Paul George - This is a reach, but I think after workouts George will go 8th because they need a small forward.
Ed Davis - They need size and a potential replacement for Carlos Boozer good pick here.
Eric Bledsoe - This is also a reach, but he would be a great player with Indiana and a replacement for T.J. Ford.
Gordon Hayward - They need a small forward and he could learn from Peja.
Ekpe Udoh - A potential replacement for Randolph and they need size.
Hassan Whiteside - Bosh might leave so they draft Whiteside and shift Bargnani to the power forward spot.
Cole Aldrich - They are happy that he falls and he would replace Yao after he retires.
Avery Bradley - A great shooting guard to pair with Jennings.
Xavier Henry - They need a shooting guard and he would be a great fit.
Donatas Motiejunas - They are happy that he falls to them and they hope they can get another Kukoc out of him or at least close.
Patrick Patterson - They are really happy that he falls to them and he would be a great power forward for them.
James Anderson - If Ray Allen leaves he would replace him.
Luke Babbitt - This would be a great pick if Babbit falls this fair.
Daniel Orton - They need a power forward and they are happy Orton falls to them.
Damion James - They have waited forever for a small forward and they finally get one.
Larry Sanders - They draft him as trade bait.
Lance Stephenson - A potential replacement for Joe Johnson.
Devin Ebanks - A potential replacement for Rudy Gay.
Quincy Pondexter - A good player to come off the bench.
Elliot Williams - They need some bench deft so they draft Williams.
Willie Warren - A good bench player and future starter if he produces.
Gani Lawal - They need a power forward off the bench.
Solomon Alabi - He could be a potential starter/back-up center in this league.
Thoughts? Criticism and comments are wanted. I will explain any pick.
If LA and Indy pass on him he is out of the lottery
W's would prolly take Monroe over Aminu
Bulls need a SF or a SG. If they get a big look for a post player
basically everyone in the first round the teams are happy they're player fall or they get a "potential starter" it sounds like
if Minnesota gets cousins and henry the 76ers might want to trade turner for those 2 picks
I don't expect Patterson to be there past the 14th pick...
I keep saying Wesley Johnson is overrated..He's a lottery pick..But not top 5...Nobody is listening..Just like i said in December that Cousins would be a top 3 pick..Nobody listened then..But now they see
Philly will regret passing Cousins..You can easily find a wing like Turner... but big men that can anchor a defense and get a double-double on a nightly basis is hard to find...
Solomon Alabi will be a surprise..And Watchout for Larry Sanders & the 7 footer from Radford..He might go late 1st or 2nd round
Bulls pick is very interesting...i wouldnt complain if we got him.
Milwaukee is very high on Henry, They need a larger guard than Bradley, i.e. Xavier Henry. He's the guy.
Luke Babbit will go to memphis. They are super high on him and said they will over kill to get him. I see him going 12 because he won't fall to their next pick.
If Donatas Motiejunas doesn't predict lotto then he may pull his name out of the draft. He has until the 14 do so. Plus I hear he may just be staying one more year in Italy to get stronger.
Loccenup where do you get your information? I agree with you but Im not quite sure those teams are high on those players. I know Utah is high on Monroe but they shouldn't be because he is not their guy. I will explain this later in another post.