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2011 NBA Mock Draft (3/1/2011)

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The order for the 2011 NBA Mock draft was determined using the overall win-loss records of all NBA teams for the 2010-11 season as of Tuesday, March 1st and reflects traded draft picks, including trades made at the 2010-11 deadline.

Check out previous, weekly 2011 Mock Drafts here and extended analysis of the potential top-five in this week's NBA mock five: Twists and turns at the trade deadline.

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First Round

  1. Cleveland – Kyrie Irving (PG, Duke)

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  2. Minnesota – Enes Kanter (C, Kentucky)

  3. Washington – Jared Sullinger (PF, Ohio State)

  4. Sacramento – Perry Jones (SF/PF, Baylor)

  5. Toronto – Derrick Williams (SF/PF, Arizona)

  6. Utah – Alec Burks (SG, Colorado)

  7. Cleveland – Harrison Barnes (SF, UNC)

  8. Detroit – Jonas Valanciunas (PF/C, Lithuania)

  9. Milwaukee – Terrence Jones (SF, Kentucky)

  10. Charlotte – Jan Vesely (SF/PF, Czech Republic)

  11. Golden State – John Henson (PF, UNC)

  12. Indiana – Donatas Motiejunas (SF/PF, Lithuania)

  13. Houston – Brandon Knight (PG, Kentucky)

  14. Philadelphia – Kawhi Leonard (SF/PF, San Diego State)

  15. Utah – Jimmer Fredette (PG, BYU)

  16. New York – Josh Selby (PG/SG, Kansas)

  17. Phoenix – Trey Thompkins (PF, Georgia)

  18. Memphis – Mason Plumlee (PF/C, Duke)

  19. Portland – Kemba Walker (PG, Connecticut)

  20. Denver – Kenneth Faried (PF, Morehead State)

  21. Charlotte – Jordan Hamilton (SF, Texas)

  22. Washington – Tobias Harris (SF/PF, Tennessee)

  23. Oklahoma City – Marcus Morris (PF, Kansas)

  24. Phoenix – CJ Leslie (SF/PF, NC State)

  25. New Jersey – Chris Singleton (SF, Florida State)

  26. Chicago – Jordan Williams (PF/C, Maryland)

  27. Chicago – Tyler Honeycutt (SF, UCLA)

  28. Dallas – Nolan Smith (PG/SG, Duke)

  29. Boston – Klay Thompson (SG/SF, Washington State)

  30. San Antonio – JaJuan Johnson (PF/C, Purdue)

2011 First Round Traded Draft Picks

  • (6) Utah receives New Jersey's 2011 1st round pick, Golden States 2012 1st-round pick (top-7 protected in 2012 and 2013), Derrick Favors, Devin Harris and $3 million in cash for Deron Williams.
  • (7) Cleveland receives the Los Angeles Clippers 2011 1st-round pick and Baron Davis for Mo Williams and Jamario Moon.
  • (21) Charlotte receives Portland's 2011 1st-round pick (originally New Orleans' first-rounder), a conditional 2013 1st-round pick, Joel Przybilla, and Dante Cunningham for Gerald Wallace.
  • (22) Washington receives Atlanta's 2011 1st round pick, Mike Bibby, Jordan Crawford, and Maurice Evans for Kirk Hinrich and Hilton Armstrong.
  • (24) Phoenix receives Orlando's 2011 1st-round pick along with Vince Carter, Mickael Pietrus, Marcin Gortat, in the deal for Jason Richardson, Hedo Turkoglu, Earl Clark.
  • (25) New Jersey acquires the Los Angeles Lakers 2011 1st-round pick (1-18 protected) as part of a previous three-team deal.
  • (27) Chicago receives Toronto's 2011 1st-round pick (formerly Miami's first-rounder obtained by the Raptors in the Chris Bosh sign-and-trade) for James Johnson.

Second Round

  1. (31) Cleveland – Kyle Singler (SF, Duke)

  2. (32) Miami – Lucas Nogueira (PF/C, Brazil)

  3. (33) Washington – Marshon Brooks (PG, Providence)

  4. (34) Sacramento – Kris Joseph (SF, Syracuse)

  5. (35) Detroit – Keith Benson (PF/C, Oakland)

  6. (36) New Jersey – Corey Joseph (PG, Texas)

  7. (37) LA Clippers – Jon Leuer (PF, Wisconsin)

  8. (38) LA Clippers – Jeff Taylor (SF, Vanderbilt)

  9. (39) Sacramento – Maalik Wayns (PG, Villanova)

  10. (40) Charlotte – Demetri McCamey (PG, Illinois)

  11. (41) Golden State – Jeremy Tyler (PF, USA)

  12. (42) Indiana – Markieff Morris (PF, Kansas)

  13. (43) Atlanta – Renardo Sidney (PF/C, Mississippi State)

  14. (44) Philadelphia – Nikola Mirotic (SF/PF, Montenegro)

  15. (45) Utah – Bojan Bogdanovic (SG/SF, Croatia)

  16. (46) LA Lakers – Malcolm Lee (SG, UCLA)

  17. (47) Chicago – LaceDarius Dunn (SG, Baylor)

  18. (48) Memphis – Elias Harris (SF, Gonzaga)

  19. (49) Portland - David Lighty (SG/SF, Ohio State)

  20. (50) Denver – Durrell Summers (SG, Michigan State)

  21. (51) New Orleans – Robin Benzing (SF/PF, Germany)

  22. (52) Atlanta – Rick Jackson (PF/C, Syracuse)

  23. (53) Cleveland – Chandler Parsons (SF, Florida)

  24. (54) Orlando – Shelvin Mack (PG, Butler)

  25. (55) LA Lakers – Pablo Aguilar (SF/PF, Spain)

  26. (56) Milwaukee – Corey Fisher (PG, Villanova)

  27. (57) LA Lakers – Scotty Hopson (SG, Tennessee)

  28. (58) Dallas – Ravern Johnson (SG/SF, Mississippi State)

  29. (59) Boston – Steven Gray (SG, Gonzaga)

  30. (60) San Antonio – Giorgi Shermadini (C, Mtshkheta, Georgia)

2011 Second Round Traded Draft Picks

  • (32) Miami receives Minnesota's 2011 2nd-round pick, 2014 2nd-round pick, and cash considerations for Michael Beasley.
  • (35) Detroit receives Toronto's 2011 2nd-round pick and their 2009 2nd-round pick (Jonas Jerebko) for Carlos Delfino.
  • (38) Los Angeles Clippers receives Detroit's 2011 2nd-round pick and Alex Acker for a conditional 2013 2nd-round pick.
  • (39) Sacramento receives Milwaukee's 2011 2nd-round pick and Darnell Jackson for Jon Brockman.
  • (43) Atlanta receives Houston's 2011 2nd-round pick (top-40 protected) in trade for David Anderson.
  • (46) Los Angeles Lakers receive New York's 2011 2nd-round pick and cash considerations for the rights to Toney Douglas.
  • (47) Chicago receives Phoenix's 2011 2nd-round pick in sign-and-trade deal for Hakim Warrick.
  • (53) Cleveland receives Oklahoma's 2011 2nd-round pick (top 40 protected) – LeBron James sign-and-trade - for the rights to Latavious Williams.
  • (56) Milwaukee receives Chicago's 2011 2nd-round pick as part of the John Salmons trade.
  • (57) Los Angeles Lakers receives Miami's 2011 2nd-round pick for the rights to Patrick Beverley.

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