The Great 2007 Blogger's NBA Mock Draft

Thursday, June 28, 2007


Do you know how hard it is to get 26 different bloggers from all across the Country to post picks in a Mock Draft at exact times throughout the day? No??? Well then you don't understand my pain. As with each of these that I do it's a great idea, but in no way flawless.

The Rundown: Each Blogger was given a team to represent and make selections for (AA's was Portland). Picks were made via message board at Ballhype, and carefully dissected and ridiculed.

The Plan: I came up with the brilliant idea to grade each of the Teams/Blogger's picks just so you could mock (get it?) them in the comments.

The Actuality: I basically picked for a ton of people so making fun of them wouldn't really fly. We're still going to grade the picks, but by team only in another post. In all seriousness only one pick was really a stretch (a huge one at that), but you never know....Aflalo really COULD go #13! (Riiiight)

Thank everyone for your time and effort and please give these sites a viewing or two today. The picks and comments are after the jump.

Nyjer Please, OMDQ, Sports Show on Mute, Critical Fanatic, The Pig Pen, Hermano from We Suck at Sports, Jason from Ballhype, Musings of G-Money, Signal To Noise, Classic Cola for the Soul, Mile High Ramblings, Extrapolater, Cake Rocks The Party, Blog of Hilarity, Larry Brown Sports, Digital Headbutt, Mookie from Shoot Your Hopes and Dreams, We Rite Goode, J-Beanie Sports, Flyers Fieldhouse, AA, Lunatic Fringe, Why Don't We Get Drunk and Blog, SS Reporters, Bad Choice Milk, Larry Burns

Round 1

1. Portland- Greg Oden, C, Ohio State

(Bill Simmons says you have no balls.- Jason from Ballhype)

2. Seattle- Kevin Durant, F, Texas

3. Atlanta- Al Horford, F, Florida

4. Memphis- Yi Jianlian, F, China

5. Boston- Joakim Noah, F, Florida

(Nothing would please the Boston media more than the selection of the world's most talented 7-foot woman.- a href="http://digitalheadbutt.wordpress.com/">Digital Headbutt, When Noah takes the floor for the first time, he'll officially surpass Violet Palmer as the ugliest woman in NBA history.- Classic Cola for the Soul )

6. Milwaukee- Brandan Wright, F, UNC

7. Minnesota- Mike Conley Jr., PG, Ohio State

(So far so good...i can't wait to select Candice Parker for the Utah Jazz- Bad Choice Milk)

8. Charlotte- Corey Brewer, SG/F, Florida

(That's a hell of a pick, Muted. I'll trade you Jake Voskuhl for him. Don't act like you're not interested.- Flyers Fieldhouse)

9. Chicago (from New York)- Jeff Green, F, Georgetown

10. Sacramento- Spencer Hawes, C, Washington

(Brad Miller's going to take Spencer Hawes "hunting." Only one will return.- Blog of Hilarity)

11. Atlanta (from Indiana)- Acie Law, PG, Texas A&M

12. Philadelphia- Julian Wright, SF, Kansas

13. New Orleans- Aaron Aflalo, SG, UCLA

(I hope you wake up this morning, and think, "What the hell have I just done."- Hermano from We Suck at Sports, Wow! Noah at #5 isn't looking so bad anymore.- Jason from Ballhype)

14. L.A. Clippers- Jarvis Crittenton, PG, GT

15. Detroit (from Orlando)- Rodney Stuckey, SG, Eastern Mich.

(Has anyone actually seen this Suckey guy ever play?- Larry Brown Sports)

16. Washington- Thadeus Young, F, GT

17. New Jersey- Glen Davis, PF, LSU

(That's right mofos, you can't stop Big Baby! He's too sweet, too cool. Screw the mock drafts, Big Baby's the man.- Larry Brown Sports, If by "too sweet, too cool" you mean "too fat, too slow" I completely agree.- Hermano from We Suck at Sports)

18. Golden State- Al Thorton, SF, FSU

(Nick Young is currently on the phone with Brady Quinn, receiving counseling.- Mile High Ramblings)

19. L.A. Lakers- Jason Smith, PF, Colorado State

(Honestly, I have never heard of Jason Smith until now.- Digital Headbutt)

20. Miami- Tiago Splitter, F, Brazil

(Well done--Miami is a great fit for Splitter. Plus, he's one of the few guys who can make Shaq feel better about his free throw shooting.- Jason from Ballhype)

21. Philadelphia (from Denver)- Nick Young, SG, USC

22. Charlotte (from Toronto via Cleveland)- Sean Williams, C, BC

23. New York (from Chicago) - Alando Tucker, SG, Wisconsin

24. Phoenix (from Cleveland via Boston)- Derrick Byars, SG, Vandy

25. Utah- Nick Fazekas, F, Nevada

26. Houston- Josh McRoberts, F, Duke

(With Fazekas and Yao you could have the most awkward moving duo in the NBA.- SS on Mute)

27. Detroit- Gabe Pruitt, PG, USC
28. San Antonio- Jared Dudley, F, BC

(San Antonio selects.....Chris Dudley, F, BC- AA, Is that Jared Dudley from BC for Lozo?- OMDQ, S***, you took Jared Dudley right out from under my nose. Can I still pick Chris Dudley?- Flyers Fieldhouse), Dudley, who still denies he and Arnold were molested in the back of Gordon Jump's store, can certainly rebound, and the Spurs were a middle-of-the-road team in that category.- Why Don't We Get Drunk and Blog)

29. Phoenix- Marco Belinelli, SG, Italy

30. Philadelphia (from Dallas via Golden State and Denver)- Rudy Fernandez, SG, Spain

Round Two

31. Seattle (from Memphis)- Taurean Green, PG, Florida

32. Boston- Morris Almond, SG, Rice

33. San Antonio (from Milwaukee)- Wilson Chandler, SF, Depaul

34. Dallas (from Atlanta)- Zabian Dowdell, PG, VT

35. Seattle- Aaron Gray, C, Pitt

(That makes Aaron Gray the first seven-footer in NBA history who is unable to dunk.- Classic Cola for the Soul)

36. Golden State (from Minnesota)- Daequan Cook, SG, Ohio State

37. Portland- Ramon Sessions, PG, Nevada

38. Philadelphia (from New York via Chicago)- Reyshawn Terry, SF, UNC

39. Miami (from Sacramento)- Petteri Koponen - PG, Finland

40. L.A. Lakers (from Charlotte)- Marc Gasol, C, Spain

(Busy trying to get a Kevin Garnett deal done (but failing miserably), Mitch Kupchak is caught off guard when notified that it's his turn to pick.- Classic Cola for the Soul)

41. Minnesota (from Philadelphia)- Herbert Hill, PF, Providence

(I wouldn't have drafted Herbert Hill though. His name isn't very inspiring. "Herbert with the jam!" doesn't ring true to me.- Blog of Hilarity)

42. Portland (from Indiana)- Marcus Williams, SF, Arizona

43. New Orleans- JamesOn Curry, G, Ok State

44. Orlando- Kyle Visser, C/PF, Wake Forest

(That's the third time BallHype has dropped my post...in full: Yes! Stolen away from the Hornets--who frankly have enough backup big men already.- We Rite Goode)

45. L.A. Clippers- Dominic McGuire, SG/SF, Fresno State

46. Golden State (from New Jersey)- D.J. Strawberry, SG, Maryland

47. Washington- Aaron Brooks, G, Oregon

48. L.A. Lakers- Demetris Nichols SF Syracuse

49. Chicago (from Golden State via Phoenix, Boston and Denver)- Jared Jordan, PG, Marist

50. Dallas (from Miami via L.A. Lakers)- Renaldas Seibutis, SG, Lituania

51. Chicago (from Denver)- Carl Landry, F, Purdue

(I don't see much difference from Big Baby Davis to Landry. If nothing else, at least he's a low post guy that can score and rebound. Should at least be as good as Sweetney.- Critical Fanatic)

52. Portland (from Toronto)- Jermareo Davidson, F, Alabama

53. Portland (from Chicago)- Ron Lewis, G, Ohio State

54. Orlando (from Cleveland)- Kyrylo Fesenko, C, Ukraine

55. Utah- Chris Richard, C, Florida

56. Milwaukee (from Houston)- DaShaun Wood, PG, Wright State

57. Detroit- Stanko Barac, C, Bosnia

58. San Antonio- Joao Gomes, SF, Portugal

59. Phoenix- Stephane Lasme, PF from UMass

60. Dallas- Russell Carter, G, Notre Dame

(Hah! That's who I was going to pick...but I was fully asleep.- Cake Rocks The Party)

And there you have it. Thanks for helping out everyone....I think we have a pretty good one here. The Grading will come after Create the Caption.

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 10:16 AM

6 Comments:

Even Aaron Afflalo is like, "Wow, dude, I've seen myself play basketball...no way I should even be able to lick the first round, let alone get drafted in it."

Chris said...
Jun 28, 2007, 11:47:00 AM  

I predict that, with the # 3 pick, Billy Knight will choose the 14 year old kid who just verbally committed to USC.

Bruce said...
Jun 28, 2007, 1:23:00 PM  

I would say that there's no way the Sixers won't use their three 1st round picks to trade up, but I don't put anything past Billy King.

Jun 28, 2007, 1:44:00 PM  

you know you're a basketball guru when you get two people to say "you stole him from me" when you make your pick at no. 28.

Lozo said...
Jun 28, 2007, 2:08:00 PM  

Josh McRoberts = steal of the draft!!!

GMoney said...
Jun 28, 2007, 3:50:00 PM  

With the trades and acquisitions made going into the draft, plus the bulk of the team that is carried over from last season, and the trades and draft picks made during the draft, it sure seems like the Pats are going to be the team to beat in the AFC this season, and perhaps in all of the NFL.

Considering the Pats were almost in the Superbowl last season with a pathetic receiving corps and that they've added very talented players into said receiving corps this season, barring some nasty injury(ies), they look to be the team to take it all.I say injury(ies) because I think they could survive an injury or two to some positions, but if they lost Brady they'd probably have a hard time recovering.


I wish I could say that the Redskins did well in the draft and/or in free agency but so many holes still exist that I'm not sure they'll be significantly better than last season. I suppose on face they should be if they can keep their corners healthy. With Landry (argh, hard to type that name as a Redskin!!) back there with a healthy secondary they might be able to cheat up more and put more pressure on opposing QBs. Might.

They still have what should be a lot of talent in the receiving positions, and Campbell should be better, but they don't have the quality on either line (offense or defense) that I wish they'd have, so it could be yet another year of .500 at best, or worse.

Still, the NFC East looks to be the NFC Least again this season. None of the teams there look like they'll be that good, and none really look ready to step up and take the division.

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Oct 25, 2007, 11:51:00 AM  

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