2011 Mock NBA Draft
May 18, 2011 by staff
2011 Mock NBA Draft, Jan Vesely-Washington Wizards connection is nothing new for the fans that have been reading the 2011 NBA Mock Draft. That remains the case in the first effort Draft Express’ post-lottery:
“Choosing the best athlete on the board makes sense. Vesely would be a terrible weapon in a crime at a good pace with last year’s No. one overall pick, John Wall.”
Vesely charm is his ability to run the floor – a great advantage to the transition-happy wall in front of the infringement. By most accounts, his raw offensive game, but if Vesely can finish in transition and shoot down the occasional outside shot, could be a good fit in DC
If a proven college player like Leonard Kawhia is a safe bet to stick in the rotation long-term assistants, Vesely is the swing-for-the-fences selection could be a foundation for Washington to rebuild if it goes well.
When the state of Washington guard Klay Thompson declared for the 2011 NBA Draft, made it clear that the only thing that would prevent him from returning to school was almost guaranteed to be elected in the first round. Thompson decided to keep his name in the project deadline to keep his college eligibility last, a sign that he had heard right assessments and are likely to go in the first 30 selections. And it seems to have been a good choice in 2011 NBA mock draft to project start shortly after the draft lottery on Tuesday.
Thompson is not only in the first round of the Express Upgrade Project 2011 NBA Draft mock, is almost a lottery selection. With all the draft order, draft Express was able to sink their beaks and making projections of solids, and the news was certainly good for Thompson. In the last mock draft, the star of the State of Washington is expected to wear Pacers uniform, as No. 15 in the 2011 NBA draft.
Indiana has strong young players at each position, which means this selection may well be available if the right piece became available. Instead of a trade, the acquisition of some additional depth on the wing makes sense, especially considering that Mike Dunleavy is a free agent and Brandon Rush (notes) has not proven to be a constant factor.
The first 14 picks are lottery spots are coveted and the highest value of the totem pole in the draft order. While the difference between No. 14 and No. 15 is not much, a player who is able to distinguish as a lottery pick has a lot of importance. And if Thompson continues to improve in training ahead of the project, only to find him inside the top-14 points when the decision was announced.
We will continue to Torres and Isaiah Washington, Thomas before the project to see what place and where the various NBA mock draft to see them come off the board. StoryStream to stay with this latest project that becomes available. For more information on Thompson and the Cougars, contact CougCenter SB Nation. To check with Thomas and the Huskies, visit UW Dawg Pound.
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