Results from the 2009 NBA Draft

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posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 11:13 PM
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Round One



1. L.A. Clippers, Blake Griffin, f, Oklahoma.
2. Memphis, Hasheem Thabeet, c, Connecticut.
3. Oklahoma City, James Harden, g, Arizona State.
4. Sacramento, Tyreke Evans, g, Memphis.
5. Minnesota (from Washington), Ricky Rubio, g, DKV Joventut (Spain).
6. Minnesota, Jonny Flynn, g, Syracuse.
7. Golden State, Stephen Curry, g, Davidson.
8. New York, Jordan Hill, f, Arizona.
9. Toronto, DeMar DeRozan, g, Southern California.
10. Milwaukee, Brandon Jennings, g, Lottomatica Roma (Italy).
11. New Jersey, Terrence Williams, g-f, Louisville.
12. Charlotte, Gerald Henderson, g-f, Duke.
13. Indiana, Tyler Hansbrough, f, North Carolina.
14. Phoenix, Earl Clark, f, Louisville.
15. Detroit, Austin Daye, f, Gonzaga.
16. Chicago, James Johnson, f, Wake Forest.
17. Philadelphia, Jrue Holiday, g, UCLA.
18. a-Minnesota (from Miami), Ty Lawson, g, North Carolina.
19. Atlanta, Jeff Teague, g, Wake Forest.
20. Utah, Eric Maynor, g, Virginia Commonwealth.
21. New Orleans, Darren Collison, g, UCLA.
22. Portland (from Dallas), Victor Claver, f, Pamesa Valencia (Spain).
23. Sacramento (from Houston), Omri Casspi, f, Maccabi Electra (Israel).
24. b-Dallas (from Portland), B.J. Mullens, c, Ohio State.
25. b-Oklahoma City (from San Antonio), Rodrigue Beaubois, g, Cholet (France).
26. Chicago (from Denver through Oklahoma City), Taj Gibson, f, Southern California.
27. Memphis (from Orlando), DeMarre Carroll, f, Missouri.
28. Minnesota (from Boston), Wayne Ellington, g, North Carolina.
29. c-L.A. Lakers, Toney Douglas, g, Florida State.
30. Cleveland, Christian Eyenga, g-f, DKV Joventut (Spain).




posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 11:17 PM
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Round Two



31. d-Sacramento, Jeff Pendergraph, f, Arizona State.
32. e-Washington, Jermaine Taylor, g, UCF.
33. Portland (from L.A. Clippers), Dante Cunningham, f, Villanova.
34. f-Denver (from Oklahoma City), Sergio Llull, g, Real Madrid (Spain).
35. Detroit (from Minnesota), DaJuan Summers, f, Georgetown.
36. Memphis, Sam Young, f, Pittsburgh.
37. San Antonio (from Golden State through Phoenix), DeJuan Blair, f, Pittsburgh.
38. d-Portland (from New York through Chicago), Jon Brockman, f, Washington.
39. Detroit (from Toronto), Jonas Jerebko, f, Sweden.
40. Charlotte (from New Jersey through Oklahoma City), Derrick Brown, f, Xavier.
41. Milwaukee, Jodie Meeks, g, Kentucky.
42. g-L.A. Lakers (from Charlotte), Patrick Beverley, g, BC Dnipro (Ukraine).
43. h-Miami (from Indiana), Marcus Thornton, g, LSU.
44. i-Detroit, Chase Budinger, f, Arizona.
45. Minnesota (from Philadelphia through Miami), Nick Calathes, g, Florida.
46. Phoenix from (from Chicago through Cleveland), Danny Green, f, North Carolina.
47. Minnesota (from Miami), Henk Norel, f, DKV Joventut (Spain).
48. Phoenix, Taylor Griffin, f, Oklahoma.
49. Atlanta, Sergey Gladyr, g, Mykolaiv (Ukraine).
50. Utah, Goran Suton, c, Michigan State.
51. San Antonio (from New Orleans through Toronto), Jack McClinton, g, Miami.
52. Indiana (from Dallas), A.J. Price, g, Connecticut.
53. San Antonio (from Houston), Nando De Colo, g, Cholet Basket (France).
54. j-Charlotte (from San Antonio), Robert Vaden, g, UAB.
55. Portland (from Denver), Patrick Mills, g, St. Mary’s, Calif.
56. Dallas (from Portland), Ahmad Nivins, f, Saint Josephs.
57. Phoenix (from Orlando through Oklahoma City), Emir Preldzic, f, Fenerbahce Ulker (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
58. Boston, Lester Hudson, g, Tennessee-Martin.
59. L.A. Lakers, Chinemelu Elonu, F, Texas A&M.
60. Miami (from Cleveland), Robert Dozier, f, Memphis.

[edit on 29-6-2009 by Scooby Doo]



posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 11:55 PM
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Danny Ainge has commented that this year's draft was the 'thinnest' (my words) he's seen in years. Slim pickings, not to be confused with the C/W celebrity...



posted on Jun, 30 2009 @ 02:48 AM
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I was hoping that the Blazers would try to make some big moves but they had a pretty conservative draft. Hopefully they can do something big in free agency.



posted on Jun, 30 2009 @ 01:39 PM
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Originally posted by jsobecky
Danny Ainge has commented that this year's draft was the 'thinnest' (my words) he's seen in years. Slim pickings, not to be confused with the C/W celebrity...


It was compared to more recent drafts it was terrible. Im happy that the Lakers were able to get out of round 1 trading Toney Douglas and picking up around 3 million in extra cash. Love that move and hopefully will help them in re-signing players. Im hoping desperately they re-sign BOTH Ariza and Odom.

Zetetic_of_Truth



posted on Jun, 30 2009 @ 04:28 PM
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Is it just me, or is anyone surprised that Demar DeRozan was drafted so early in the first round. I thought he would of fell at least to 15th pick.






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