Mock draft: Second round
31. Sacramento Kings – Derrick Brown, PF, Xavier: An athletic tweener who might be able to play small forward for Kings.
32. Washington Wizards – Marcus Thornton, SG, LSU: Late first-round talent would be a steal for Wizards at this spot.
33. Portland Trail Blazers – Victor Claver, PF, Spain: Only 20, a future pick for young, talent-loaded Blazers.
34. Denver Nuggets – DeMarre Carroll, PF, Missouri: Nuggets’ first pick might have to play small forward in the NBA.
35. Detroit Pistons – DaJuan Summers, PF, Georgetown: Pistons need help in frontcourt, which might open spot for Hoya with NBA body.
36. Memphis Grizzlies – Patrick Mills, PG, St. Mary’s: Mills got lost in the shuffle with all the point guards in this draft, but he has NBA potential.
37. San Antonio Spurs – Jermaine Taylor, SG, Central Florida: Super athletic, big two guard could make the Spurs as their first pick in this draft.
38. Portland Trail Blazers – Jeff Pendergraph, PF, Arizona State: Looked good in pre-draft workout, but odds are stacked against winning a roster spot.
39. Detroit Pistons – Toney Douglass, PG, Florida State: Nifty ballhandler, efficient player, has good shooting range.
40. Charlotte Bobcats – Taj Gibson, PF, Southern Cal: Will need to beef up in order to make an NBA roster.
41. Milwaukee Bucks – Ahmad Nivins, PF, St. Joseph’s: Has raised his stock in pre-draft workouts for several teams.
- 43. Miami Heat – Jack McClinton, PG, Miami: Hometown kid winds up as first selection for Heat in this draft.
44. Detroit Pistons – Danny Green, SG, North Carolina: Has improved his shooting but needs to step up in other areas.
45. Minnesota Timberwolves – Josh Heytvelt, PF, Gonzaga: Could go earlier, but low on the athleticism scale.
46. Cleveland Cavaliers – Jeff Adrien, PF, Connecticut: Undersized power forward but a warrior; could be a bargain at this pick.
47. Minnesota Timberwolves – Sergio Llull, SG, Spain: A future selection for a team with too many draft picks.
48. Phoenix Suns – Jodie Meeks, SG, Kentucky: One of best long-range shooters in draft.
49. Atlanta Hawks – Leo Lyons, PF, Missouri: Hawks will be willing to take a look at some front-court help.
50. Utah Jazz– Aaron Jackson, SG, Duquesne: Dropped 46 points on Virginia Tech in NIT game.
51. San Antonio Spurs – Jermaine Taylor, SG, Central Florida: Dante Cunningham, SF, Villanova: Big East’s most improved player last season.
52. Indiana Pacers – Jerel McNeal, SG, Marquette: Part of a big-time college backcourt with Wesley Matthews.
53. San Antonio Spurs – Jermaine Taylor, SG, Central Florida: Jon Brockman, PF, Washington: Undersized banger will show Gregg Popovich an NBA work ethic.
54. Charlotte Bobcats – A.J. Price, PG, Connecticut: Maybe Larry Brown can get his backup point guard this late in the draft.
55. Portland Trail Blazers – Nando De Colo, SG, France: Creativity an asset for 21-year-old Frenchman.
56. Portland Trail Blazers – Goran Suton, PF, Michigan State: Too many picks, not enough roster spots for Blazers.
57. Phoenix Suns – Patrick Beverley, PG, Ukraine: Chicago native was SEC freshman of the year at Arkansas, played professionally in Ukraine last season.
- 58. Boston Celtics – Robert Dozier, PF, Memphis: Nice package in long body, but will be fighting long odds.
59. Los Angeles Lakers – Paul Harris, SF, Syracuse: Undersized three will have to battle for roster spot.
- 60. Miami Heat – Slava Kravtsov, C, Ukraine: Big post man would be a future pick for Heat.
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