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    Default Metrocard's Mockdraft 3.0

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    First Round
    1 CHI Derrick Rose
    2 MIA Michael Beasley
    3 MIN Brook Lopez
    4 SEA Jerryd Bayless
    5 MEM Kevin Love
    6 NY O.J. Mayo
    7 LAC Russell Westbrook
    8 MIL Joe Alexander
    9 CHA Eric Gordon
    10 NJ Anthony Randolph
    11 IND D.J. Augustin
    12 SAC Darrell Arthur
    13 POR Danilo Gallinari
    14 GS DeAndre Jordan
    15 PHO Brandon Rush
    16 PHI Donte Greene
    17 TOR Nicolas Batum
    18 WAS Ty Lawson
    19 CLE Kosta Koufos
    20 DEN JaVale McGee
    21 NJ Jason Thompson
    22 ORL Marreese Speights
    23 UTA Roy Hibbert
    24 SEA Robin Lopez
    25 HOU Ryan Anderson
    26 SA Alexis Ajinca
    27 NO Chris Douglas-Roberts
    28 MEM J.J. Hickson
    29 DET DeVon Hardin
    30 BOS Chase Budinger

    Second Round
    1 MIN Bill Walker
    2 SEA Mario Chalmers
    3 POR Omri Casspi
    4 MIN Nikola Pekovic
    5 LAC Courtney Lee
    6 POR Mike Taylor
    7 MIL Richard Hendrix
    8 CHA D.J. White
    9 CHI Joey Dorsey
    10 NJ Gary Forbes
    11 IND Nathan Jawai
    12 SAC Davon Jefferson
    13 SAC Brian Roberts
    14 UTA Omer Asik
    15 SA Trent Plaisted
    16 SEA Kyle Weaver
    17 WAS James Gist
    18 PHO J.R. Giddens
    19 GS Will Daniels
    20 SEA Malik Hairston
    21 DAL Shan Foster
    22 MIA Jamont Gordon
    23 UTA Goran Dragic
    24 HOU Sonny Weems
    25 POR Bryce Taylor
    26 SEA Marcelus Kemp
    27 SA Richard Roby
    28 LAL DeMarcus Nelson
    29 DET Drew Neitzel
    30 BOS Shawn James

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    Good stuff
    I like the comments - shows you put alot of thought into the picks.

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    Knicks should try to trade nate robinson so they can get another pick and draft ty lawson. Looks like the Italian kids stock is falling. Im not suprised. I dont doubt his offensive potential, its his defense thats a question mark.

    Deandre jordan might not be a bad risk for the warriors to take. I dont see anyone gettin by the lakers anytime soon. If they're this good without bynum imagine what they'll be like next year when hes back, and when sun yue comes over from china. Sounds like Jordan has potential but he most likely will never be all he can be. Another player with talent but no heart, soft. Another eddy curry type.

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    The Knicks should try and get Brook Lopez. If he's already taken, then they should get DJ Augustin. Afterwards, I'd trade Eddy Curry and either Nate Robinson or David Lee for some expiring contracts and possibly 1 or 2 second round picks.

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    MSG33 Presents his 5 favorite prospects


    #1 OJ Mayo - Defense, offense, passing, athletic ability: complete package

    #2 Brook Lopez - Skilled Center, >>> Curry (not close)

    #3 Augustin - Backup marbury for one year, knicks franchise poing guard

    #4 Brandon Rush - sg/sf who can shoot well and a good defensive player

    #5 Ty Lawson - Underrated pg who will make teams regret not pickin him


    The Last 2 options on my list we would wanna think about trading down for. I also like Joe Alexander, forgot to put him on my list. He would be #4 but i would rather see the knicks focus on finding a point guard, shooting guard, or center then a small forward or power forward.

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    MSG33 Presents his 5 favorite prospects


    #1 OJ Mayo - Defense, offense, passing, athletic ability: complete package

    #2 Brook Lopez - Skilled Center, >>> Curry (not close)

    #3 Augustin - Backup marbury for one year, knicks franchise poing guard

    #4 Brandon Rush - sg/sf who can shoot well and a good defensive player

    #5 Ty Lawson - Underrated pg who will make teams regret not pickin him


    The Last 2 options on my list we would wanna think about trading down for. I also like Joe Alexander, forgot to put him on my list. He would be #4 but i would rather see the knicks focus on finding a point guard, shooting guard, or center then a small forward or power forward.
    Rush is the kinda player teams will be like "Why didn't we pick him"?

    Same with Lawson.

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    I think i saw Brandon Rush during the NCAA Tournament and he looked pretty good. Obviously saw Lawson with North Carolina and he looked a decent player as well.
    I have not seen anything of this Alexander player but ive only heard good things.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
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    First Round
    1 CHI Derrick Rose
    2 MIA Michael Beasley
    3 MIN Brook Lopez
    4 SEA Jerryd Bayless
    5 MEM Kevin Love
    6 NY O.J. Mayo
    7 LAC Russell Westbrook
    8 MIL Joe Alexander
    9 CHA Eric Gordon
    10 NJ Anthony Randolph
    11 IND D.J. Augustin
    12 SAC Darrell Arthur
    13 POR Danilo Gallinari
    14 GS DeAndre Jordan
    15 PHO Brandon Rush
    16 PHI Donte Greene
    17 TOR Nicolas Batum
    18 WAS Ty Lawson
    19 CLE Kosta Koufos
    20 DEN JaVale McGee
    21 NJ Jason Thompson
    22 ORL Marreese Speights
    23 UTA Roy Hibbert
    24 SEA Robin Lopez
    25 HOU Ryan Anderson
    26 SA Alexis Ajinca
    27 NO Chris Douglas-Roberts
    28 MEM J.J. Hickson
    29 DET DeVon Hardin
    30 BOS Chase Budinger

    Second Round
    1 MIN Bill Walker
    2 SEA Mario Chalmers
    3 POR Omri Casspi
    4 MIN Nikola Pekovic
    5 LAC Courtney Lee
    6 POR Mike Taylor
    7 MIL Richard Hendrix
    8 CHA D.J. White
    9 CHI Joey Dorsey
    10 NJ Gary Forbes
    11 IND Nathan Jawai
    12 SAC Davon Jefferson
    13 SAC Brian Roberts
    14 UTA Omer Asik
    15 SA Trent Plaisted
    16 SEA Kyle Weaver
    17 WAS James Gist
    18 PHO J.R. Giddens
    19 GS Will Daniels
    20 SEA Malik Hairston
    21 DAL Shan Foster
    22 MIA Jamont Gordon
    23 UTA Goran Dragic
    24 HOU Sonny Weems
    25 POR Bryce Taylor
    26 SEA Marcelus Kemp
    27 SA Richard Roby
    28 LAL DeMarcus Nelson
    29 DET Drew Neitzel
    30 BOS Shawn James
    Well if Mayo refuses to workout with Minny, Memphis and the Sonics we have a chance at him, but....remember Pat may take him at number 2 if (probably so)Derrick Rose is off the board. For whatever reason I keep reading that Riley does not like Beasley.

    Chicage Rose
    Mia Beasley
    Minny Mayo: unless he really avoids a workout with them I can't see them passing on him for Lopez
    Sonics Bayless
    Memphis Lopez
    KNICKS Westbrook: A defensive minded PG/SG with a huge upside with Nate Robinson like atleticsim and Balkman like heart. Not a Franchise savior by no means, but a step in the right direction!
    Clippers Gordon
    Mil. Italian Kid
    Char. DJ Augistine: Remeber Larry Brown loves this type of PG

    As far as I am going to go for now!

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    Another Draft Pick Would Have Been Real Valueble For Us In This Draft, Theres Alot Of Guys Who Can Contribute Deep In The Draft.

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    looks like pat calthes was no where to be found on you mock...he's a sure 2nd rounder.. he can dribble, shoot, pass at 3 spot wih a height of 6'10

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    All the beef that the JiYianlin had with Milwaukee and they still drafted him. The knicks need 4 teams to pass up on Mayo, gonna be tough. We need Love's stock to rise dramatically so that a team in positions 3 to 5 picks him up and we get a shot at either Lopez, Bayless or Mayo.

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    If we cannot get Mayo there is no other sensible picks. We should trade down or for a proven winner. A team cannot be bad forever. Even the Los Angeles Clippers made the playoffs one year. Danilo Gallinari is a very talented player but it would not be sensible to pick him in the top 10.

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    Mayo would be an absolute godsend for the knicks. We need a young talent of his caliber to bring some legitimacy back to this team. I like your mock metrocard and it does make sense that Mayo may be available even though his stock is currently skyrocketing. Guess it all depends on Miami and whether or not they want Beasley. Wouldn't mind seeing the knicks getting back into the mid first round either with an extra pick and taking a risk on McGee. It looks like that kid has all the tools and the drive to develop into a good ball player.

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    Somehow I see teams like the Spurs, Lakers, Dallas, and Hornets trading a player to move down in this draft to select the all-around perfomance of Joe Alexander.

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    Don't think Lakers or Dallas have first round picks.
    Alexander is a very good player. He had a decent workout with the knicks.

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