NBA Draft 2012

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1st Picks 1-15

  1. New Orleans Hornets: Anthony Davis (Power Forward, Kentucky)

The one player all agree is a difference maker.

02. Charlotte Bobcats: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Small Forward, Kentucky)

First time first two picks came from same school  史上唯一前兩名順位都是同一間學校

03. Washington Wizards: Bradley Beal (Guard, Florida)

Wiz needed a shooter. They got one.

  1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Dion Waiters (Guard, Syracuse)

Guard gives Cavs a needed dynamic scorer.

05. Sacramento Kings: Thomas Robinson (Power Forward, Kansas)

With Robinson and Cousins, boards are on lock down.

  1. Portland Blazers: Damian Lillard (Point Guard, Weber State)

Rebuilding Blazers pluck playmaking, tenacious guard.

  1. Golden State Warriors: Harrison Barnes (Small Forward, North Carolina)

Smooth Barnes adds to Warriors’ offensive stockpile.

08. Toronto Raptors: Terrence Ross (Shooting Guard, Washington)

Ross adds athleticism, shooting to Raptors’ perimeter.

  1. Detroit Pistons: Andre Drummond (Forward, Connecticut)

Big man is raw, but has most upside in draft.

  1. New Orleans Hornets: Austin Rivers (Guard, Duke)

Guard brings scoring punch, swagger to The Big Easy.

11. Portland Blazers: Meyers Leonard (Center, Illinois)

Blazers get big man to help turn page from Oden era.

  1. Houston Rockets: Jeremy Lamb (Guard, Connecticut)

Rockets add athletic guard to bolster backcourt.

  1. Phoenix Suns: Kendall Marshall (Point Guard, North Carolina)

Marshall is the best passer in this draft class.

14. Milwaukee Bucks: John Henson (Foward, North Carolina)

Shotblocker adds energy, attitude to Bucks’ frontcourt.

  1. Philadelphia 76ers: Maurice Harkless (Small Forward, St. John’s)

Highest drafted St. John’s player since 1992.

1st Picks 16-30

  1. Houston Rockets: Royce White (Small Forward, Iowa State)

Forward brings NBA-ready body, anxiety about flights.

17. Dallas Mavericks: Tyler Zeller (Power Forward, North Carolina)

ACC Player of the Year runs the court well.

18. Houston Rockets: Terrence Jones (Small Forward, Kentucky)

Lefty forward brings solid inside-out game to Houston.

  1. Orlando Magic: Andrew Nicholson (Power Forward, St. Bonaventure)

Big man who can play inside and out.

  1. Denver Nuggets: Evan Fournier (Shooting Guard, Poiters Basket 86 (France))

French guard has stellar scoring instincts, upside.

  1. Boston Celtics: Jared Sullinger (Forward, Ohio State)

Terrific talent who slid due to injury concerns.

22. Boston Celtics: Fab Melo (Center, Syracuse)

Big man is a project, but potential is there.

  1. Atlanta Hawks: John Jenkins (Guard, Vanderbilt)

Many think Jenkins is the best shooter in the draft.

  1. Celveland Cavaliers(traded to Mavericks): Jared Cunningham (Guard, Oregon State)

Ballhawk guard attacks basket with authority.

  1. Memphis Grizzlies: Tony Wroten, Jr. (Point Guard, Washington)

Outstanding size and athleticism for a point guard.

  1. Indiana Pacers: Miles Plumlee (Power Forward, Duke)

Pacers add more size to tough frontcourt.

  1. Miami Heat: Arnett Moultrie (Power Forward, Mississippi State)

Moultrie a hard worker in the paint who rebounds well.

  1. Oklahoma City Thunder: Perry Jones III (Small Forward, Baylor)

Big man brings considerable value for Finals runner-up.

  1. Chicago Bulls: Marquis Teague (Point Guard, Kentucky)

Talented PG will help team deal with Rose injury.

  1. Golden State Warriors: Festus Ezeli (Center, Vanderbilt)

Ezeli brings shotblocking, work ethic to Warriors.

2nd Picks 31-45:

  1. Charlotte Bobcats: Jeff Taylor (Forward, Vanderbilt)

Terrific defender, improved every year of college.

  1. Washington Wizards: Tomas Satoransky (Guard, Banca Civica (Spain))

Big guard can attack basket. Needs to improve shot.

  1. Cleveland Cavaliers(traded to Mavericks): Bernard James (Center, Florida State)

Served six years in Air Force before playing at FSU.

34. Cleveland Cavaliers(traded to Mavericks): Jae Crowder (Small Forward, Marquette)

Latest Marquette product stuffed stat sheets.

  1. Golden State Warriors: Draymond Green (Small Forward, Michigan State)

Do-it-all college player could be great value.

  1. Sacramento Kings(traded to Pacers): Orlando Johnson (Small Forward, UC Santa Barbara)

Johnson brings great shot, playmaking ability to Kings.

  1. Toronto Raptors: Quincy Acy (Power Forward, Baylor)

High motor, high energy player will help in post.

  1. Denver Nuggets: Quincy Miller (Small Forward, Baylor)

Nuggets add length, scoring with Miller.

  1. Detroit Pistons: Khris Middleton (Forward, Texas A&M)

Talented player whose stock was hurt by injuries.

  1. Portland Blazers: Will Barton (Shooting Guard, Memphis)

Guard can score, but needs more strength and size.

41. Portland Blazers: Tyshawn Taylor (Point Guard, Kansas)

Excellent athlete, needs to improve decision-making.

42. Milwaukee Bucks:  Doron Lamb (Guard, Kentucky)

Efficient scorer plays tough, bigger than size.

  1. Atlanta Hawks: Mike Scott (Power Forward, Virginia)

Great scorer, rebounder though perhaps undersized.

  1. Detroit Pistons: Kim English (Guard, Missouri)

Cerebral player can shoot, defend. Needs more size.

  1. Philadelphia 76ers(traded to Heat): Justin Hamilton (Center, LSU)

Mobility, especially for his size, a big plus.

2nd Picks 46-60:

  1. New Orleans Hornets:  Darius Miller (Forward, Kentucky)

Latest Kentucky product reunites with Anthony Davis.

  1. Utah Jazz: Kevin Murphy (Guard, Tennessee Tech)

Natural scorer, dropped 50 in a game this year.

  1. New York Knicks: Kostas Papanikolaou (Forward, Olympiacos (Greece))

Greek player won’t likely make immediate impact.

  1. Orlando Magic: Kyle O’Quinn (Center, Norfolk State)

Great rebounder had memorable NCAA Tourney run.

  1. Denver Nuggets: Izzet Turkyilmaz (Center, Banvit (Turkey))

International prospect can shoot, needs more muscle.

  1. Boston Celtics: Kris Joseph (Small Forward, Syracuse)

Long and athletic, joins teammate Melo in Boston.

  1. Golden State Warriors: Ognjen Kuzmic (Center, Clinicas Rincon (Spain))

Warriors take a chance on size with late pick.

  1. Los Angeles Clippers: Furkan Aldemir (Power Forward, Galatasaray (Turkey))

Terrific rebounder, needs to add strength.

  1. Philadelphia 76ers: Tornike Shengelia (Forward, Spirou Charleroi (Belgium))

Sixers look to add to deep bench.

  1. Dallas Mavericks: Darius Johnson-Odom (Shooting Guard, Marquette)

Johnson-Odom part of Mavs’ backcourt makeover.

  1. Toronto Raptors: Tomislav Zubcic (Forward, Cibona Zagreb (Croatia))

7-footer has upside, but a poor rebounder for size.

57. Brooklyn Nets: Ilkan Karaman (Small Forward, Karsiyaka (Turkey))

Karaman can score inside and from perimeter.

58. Minnesota Timberwolves:  Robbie Hummel (Forward, Purdue)

Hummel can shoot, compete but not super athletic.

59. San Antonio Spurs: Marcus Denmon (Guard, Missouri)

Terrific shooter but a bid undersized for his position.

  1. Los Angeles Lakers: Robert Sacre (Center, Gonzaga)

Late bloomer comes armed with size, IQ.


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