Broderick Turner’s mock NBA draft
BRODERICK TURNER’S MOCK NBA DRAFT 2012
Player; age; position; height; weight; school
Anthony Davis, 19, PF, 6-10, 220, Kentucky.
Compared to Marcus Camby because of his length, but has a better upside offensively.
Harrison Barnes, 20, SF, 6-8, 223, North Carolina.
Michael Jordan needs players that are ready to play, and Barnes is an in-state guy.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, 18, SF, 6-7, 228, Kentucky.
Not great offensively, but solid all-around player.
Bradley Beal, 18, SG, 6-4, 201, Florida.
Good fit alongside rookie of the year Kyrie Irving.
Thomas Robinson, 21, PF, 6-9, 240, Kansas
Plays hard, with energy.
Andre Drummond, 18, C, 6-10, 251, Connecticut.
Trail Blazers looking to go big with this pick.
Jared Sullinger, 20, PF, 6-9, 280, Ohio State.
Undersized, but Warriors need inside presence.
Damian Lillard, 21, PG, 6-2, 185, Weber State.
Raptors in search of a quarterback.
John Henson, 21, PF, 6-11, 220, North Carolina.
Pistons looking for a big man.
Arnett Moultrie, 21, PF, 6-10, 220, Mississippi State.
Hornets want more frontcourt players.
Austin Rivers, 19, SG, 6-3, 203, Duke.
Trail Blazers have a hole in their backcourt.
Meyers Leonard, 20, C, 7-0, 240, Illinois.
Bucks need size.
Dion Waiters, 20, SG, 6-4, 210, Syracuse.
Suns like his skill set.
Jeremy Lamb, 20, SG, 6-5, 185, Connecticut.
Rockets need backcourt help.
Fab Melo, 21, C, 7-0, 250, Syracuse.
76ers hoping to find a big man.
Perry Jones, 20, SF, 6-11, 220, Baylor.
In-state product, good athlete.
Kendall Marshall, 20, PG, 6-4, 180, North Carolina.
Mavericks looking for a Jason Kidd replacement.
Royce White, 21, PF, 6-8, 270, Iowa State.
Best player available.
Terrence Jones, 20, PF, 6-9, 249, Kentucky.
Magic needs a GM and coach first.
Mo Harkless, 19, SF, 6-8, 208, St. John’s.
Nuggets add another athlete to their frontcourt.
Tyler Zeller, 22, C, 7-0, 250, North Carolina.
Celtics in serious need of size.
Jeff Taylor, 23, SF, 6-7, 226, Vanderbilt.
Celtics also need to get younger.
Quincy Miller, 21, SF, 6-8, 200, Baylor.
Hawks take best player available.
Andrew Nicholson, 22, PF/C, 6-9, 220, St. Bonaventure.
Cavaliers still looking for size.
Marquis Teague, 19, PG, 6-2, 179, Kentucky.
Grizzlies seriously lacking a backup point guard.
Doron Lamb, 20, SG, 6-4, 170, Kentucky.
Pacers happy to take the best player available.
John Jenkins, 21, SG, 6-4, 215, Vanderbilt.
Heat needs depth off the bench.
Evan Fournier, 19, SF, 6-7, 206, France.
Thunder will stash him in Europe till he’s ready.
Will Barton, 21, SF, 6-6, 174, Memphis.
Bulls picking best player available.
Terrence Ross, 21, SF, 6-7, 197, Washington.
Warriors fill a gap at small forward.
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