Griffin looks a lock for the Clippers...but he could still be trade bait.
Memphis wants Thabeet and hope him and Gasol are a fit.
Thunder have to decide between Harden or Rubio...most likely they'll take Harden since his passing skills and shooting would best compliment and hide Westbrook's weaknesses....
IMO, Westbrook/Harden/Durant/Green/Collinson is a nice team to build with for the future.
Sacramento takes a PG...if Rubio goes 1-3...Jennings/Holiday/even Curry may be possibilities.
Washington either trades down for a young PG a place or two or just reaches slightly thus Hill goes to a team in 6 to 8 range. Stephon Curry to Washington?
My wildcard is the T-Wolves if they really want Thabeet they have 18th and 28th picks so a deal could be done with Memphis. 6th and 18th for 2nd is hard to judge but would seem reasonable. Wallace could take Hill if he needs a PF and 18th pick he would be in range for a PG or the likes of Hansborough, Mullens, Johnson etc. The T-Wolves get Thabeet who compliments Jefferson and Love and can add another piece with their 28th pick.
Another idea could be GSW are still unhappy with Ellis and trade him to say Memphis for 2nd pick and Darko. Memphis gets Ellis who can play alongside Mayo with Conley as an impact 6th man. GSW get Rubio who lands in Cali and can play on a Nellieball team; similar to his team in Spain. GSW can then use the 7th pick as normal and add whatever piece they want.
Harden seems to be the favorite for the OKC pick now and if he doesn't go there he won't slip past Washington at #5.
Ty Lawson is slipping and looks to go to Philly or Atlanta in the mid first round.
James Johnson is getting late lottery or right after lottery looks by Phoenix, Detroit, Chicago.
Charlotte is very high on Stephen Curry. Washington, Minnesota, GS, NY are also looking at him.
NY if they can't land Rubio or Curry would look at their second tier guys Evans or Holiday.
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