The 2011 NBA draft is tonight! There are plenty of trade rumors floating around out there that could have a huge impact on the draft.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have the first and fourth overall picks in the draft, but the team is reportedly looking to acquire another first-round pick.
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The Chicago Bulls select Jimmy Butler from Marquette University with the 30th pick!
With the 29th pick, the San Antonio Spurs pick Cory Joseph from the University of Texas.
Chicago selects Norris Cole from Cleveland State. He was trades to Minnesota for the 23rd overall pick, Nikola Mirotic.
The Boston Celtics traded MarShon Brooks, the 25th pick, to New Jersey for Purdue's JaJuan Johnson, the 27th pick.
The Dallas Mavericks take Jordan Hamilton from Texas with the No. 26 pick. Steal of the draft?
Boston Celtics select MarShon Brooks from Providence College with the 25th pick!
With the 24th pick, the Oklahoma City Thunder pick Reggie Jackson from Boston College! THunder big man Serge Ibaka appears to like the pick.
|@ WojYahooNBA : Minnesota traded the 23rd pick to Chicago for No. 28, No. 43 and cash.|
The Houston Rockets select Nikola Mirotic, forward from Spain, with the No. 23 pick of the draft.
|@ WojYahooNBA : The Rockets have traded Brad Miller, 23rd pick and future 1st to Wolves for J Flynn and Donatas Motiejunas, sources said.|
The Denver Nuggets select Kenneth Faried from Morehead State University.
The Portland Trail Blazers take Nolan Smith from Duke University with the No. 21 pick.
The Minnesota Timberwolves pick Donata Motiejunas from Lithuania with the No. 20 pick.
Tobias Harris from the University of Tennessee!
With the No. 18 pick, the Washington Wizards take Chris Singleton from Florida State.
The New York Knicks select Iman Shumpert from Georgia Tech. The Knicks fans in the crowd do not sound happy. They sound confused...
The Philadelphia 76ers pick Nikola Vucevic forward from USC, with the No. 16 pick of the draft.
With the 15th pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, the Indiana Pacers select Kawhi Leonard from San Diego State.
The Houston Rockets select Marcus Morris from Kansas with the No. 14 pick right after his twin brother was taken with the No. 13 pick! This draft is nuts!
The Phoenix Suns select Markieff Morris from the University of Kansas with the No. 13 pick.
With the No. 12 pick, the Utah Jazz select sophomore guard Alec Burks from Colorado.
The Golden State Warriors take Klay Thompson from Washington State.
Dream scenario for Warriors. Klay Thompson fits in perfectly with Steph Curry, giving Golden State a fantastic shooting backcourt.
Geoff Petrie is on a very hot seat. Jimmer makes plenty of sense because he can make an immediate impact. Great play by the Kings to trade down and still get their guy. He blends well with Tyreke Evans
The Bucks, picking for the Kings due to the 3-way deal, selects Jimmer Fredette from BYU!
Michael Jordan loves scorers and, in Kemba Walker, he gets one of the elite scorers in the class. My question is does he fit in with DJ Augustin, who is coming off a career year.
|@ TheHoopsReport : The Bobcats have loved Kemba Walker for a while, even once during the season had a staff meeting just about him, now they get him.|
With the No. 8 pick of the draft, the Detroit Pistons select Brandon Knight from Kentucky!
Already four international players selected from in this draft. ESPN's Stuart Scott just said that is a NBA Draft lottery record.
The Kings (picking for the Charlotte Bobcats) pick Bismack Biyombo from the Democratic Republic of Congo.