NBA draft

June 24, 2011 

First Round

1. Cleveland (from L.A. Clippers), Kyrie Irving, g, Duke

2. Minnesota, Derrick Williams, f, Arizona

3. Utah (from N.J.), Enes Kanter, c, Kentucky/Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey)

4. Cleveland, Tristan Thompson, f, Texas

5. Toronto, Jonas Valanciunas, c, Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania)

6. Washington, Jan Vesely, f, Partizan Belgrade (Serbia)

7. a-Sacramento (traded to Charlotte), Bismack Biyombo, f, Spai

8. Detroit, Brandon Knight, g, Kentucky

9. Charlotte, Kemba Walker, g, Connecticut

10. b-Milwaukee (traded to Sacramento), Jimmer Fredette, g, BYU

11. Golden State, Klay Thompson, g, Washington State

12. Utah, Alec Burks, g, Colorado

13. Phoenix, Markieff Morris, f, Kansas

14. Houston, Marcus Morris, f, Kansas

15. c-Indiana (traded to San Antonio), Kawhi Leonard, f, San Diego State

16. Philadelphia, Nikola Vucevic, c, Southern Cal

17. New York, Iman Shumpert, g, Georgia Tech

18. Washington (from Atlanta), Chris Singleton, f, Florida State

19. d-Charlotte from New Orleans via Portland (traded to Milwaukee), Tobias Harris, f, Tennessee

20. e-Minn. (Mem. via Utah), Donatas Motiejunas, f, Treviso (Italy)

21. Portland, Nolan Smith, g, Duke

22. Denver, Kenneth Faried, f, Morehead State

23. e,g-Houston (from Orl. via Pho.), Nikola Mirotic, f, Real Madrid (Spain)

24. Oklahoma City, Reggie Jackson, g, Boston College

25. f-Boston, Marshon Brooks, g, Providence

26. Dallas, Jordan Hamilton, f, Texas

27. f-New Jersey (from L.A. Lakers), JaJuan Johnson, f, Purdue

28. g-Chicago (from Miami via Toronto), Norris Cole, g, Cleveland State

29. San Antonio, Cory Joseph, g, Texas

30. Chicago, Jimmy Butler, f, Marquette

Second Round

31. Miami (from Minnesota), Bojan Bogdanovic, G, Zagreb (Croatia)

32. Cleveland, Justin Harper, F, Richmond

33. Detroit (from Toronto), Kyle Singler, F, Duke

34. Washington, Shelvin Mack, G, Butler

35. Sacramento, Tyler Honeycutt, F, UCLA

36. New Jersey, Jordan Williams, F, Maryland

37. L.A. Clippers (from Detroit), Trey Tompkins, F, Georgia

38. Houston (from L.A. Clippers), Chandler Parsons, F, Florida

39. Charlotte, Jeremy Tyler, C, Tokyo Apache (Japan)

40. Milwaukee, Jon Leuer, F, Wisconsin

41. L.A. Lakers (from G.S. via N.J.), Darius Morris, G, Michigan

42. Indiana, Davis Bertans, F, Union Olimpija (Slovenia)

43. Chicago (from Utah), Malcolm Lee, UCLA

44. Golden State (from Phoenix via Chicago), Charles Jenkins, G, Hofstra

45. New Orleans (from Philadelphia), Josh Harrellson, F, Kentucky

46. L.A. Lakers (from N.Y.), Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston

47. L.A. Clippers (from Houston), Travis Leslie, G, Georgia

48. Atlanta, Keith Benson, C, Oakland

49. Memphis, Josh Selby, G, Kansas

50. Philadelphia (from New Orleans), Lavoy Allen, F, Temple

51. Portland, Jon Dieble, F, Ohio St.

52. Detroit, Vernon Macklin, F, Florida

53. Orlando, DeAndre Liggins, G, Kentucky

54. Cleveland (Okla. City via Miami), Milan Macvan, F, Mac. Tel Aviv (Israel)

55. Boston, E'Twaun Moore, G, Purdue

56. L.A. Lakers, Chukwudiebere Maduabum, F, Bakersfield Jam (NBDL)

57. Dallas, Targuy Ngombo, F, Al Rayyan

58. L.A. Lakers (from Miami), Ater Mojak, F, Gold Coast Blaze

59. San Antonio, Adam Hanga, F, Hungary

60. Sacramento (from Chicago via Milwaukee), Isaiah Thomas, G, Wash.

PROPOSED TRADES: a-acquired from in a three-way trade with Milwaukee and Sacramento. b-acquired from in a three-way trade with Charlotte and Milwaukee. c-traded to San Antonio for G George Hill. d-acquired from in a three-way trade with Charlotte and Sacramento. e-Minnesota and Houston traded selections. f-Boston and New Jersey traded selections. g-Minnesota traded rights to Nikola Mirotic for the rights to G Norris Cole and the rights to the second-round (No. 43) pick.

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