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    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/draft...ckDraft-100506

    It is for ESPN Insiders at this point, but here is his blub on the Pacers:


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    can you post the whole mock draft? please

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    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/draft...ckDraft-100506

    It is for ESPN Insiders at this point, but here is his blub on the Pacers:

    But wait a minute we were told by Pacer management that that run in the last week was extreemly important to the players development and will carry over to next season, spurring a possible 12-2 start to the season.
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    Indiana

    Ekpe Udoh
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-10
    Weight: 240
    Age: 22
    School: Baylor

    Analysis: Barring a lottery miracle, the Pacers are screwed. A month ago, they were looking at possibly drafting No. 4 and adding a building block next to Danny Granger. But a late-season run dropped them all the way to 10th and ended any realistic chance they'll get a star.

    Udoh, however, would fit a need as an athletic shot-blocker who can run the floor.

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    Believe this is what I saw...

    1. Nets-Wall
    2. Wolves-Turner
    3.Kings- Favors
    4.Warriors- Cousins
    5. Wizards-Wesley Johnson
    6. 76ers-Aldrich
    7.Pistons-Aminu
    8.Clippers-Ed Davis
    9. Jazz- Monroe
    10. Pacers-Udoh


    My take on this is that Ed Davis will fall during workouts and Udoh will climb. I still think Udoh wont be there when we pick and we will trade down to get Bledsoe. Just my guess.
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    [QUOTE=jhondog28;992476]Believe this is what I saw...

    1. Nets-Wall
    2. Wolves-Turner
    3.Kings- Favors
    4.Warriors- Cousins
    5. Wizards-Wesley Johnson
    6. 76ers-Aldrich
    7.Pistons-Aminu
    8.Clippers-Ed Davis
    9. Jazz- Monroe
    10. Pacers-Udoh


    What about that (forgive me I cant spell his name)

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    Ford has him at 14 going to Houston.

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    Ford has him at 14 going to Houston.
    Wasnt he originally supposed to be in the top 5?
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    where's he got bledsoe going?

    I'm not sold on Davis and if I were the Clips, I'd be picking someone else: Monroe or Udoh. Hence, my interest in Bledsoe for the P's.

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    where's he got bledsoe going?

    I'm not sold on Davis and if I were the Clips, I'd be picking someone else: Monroe or Udoh. Hence, my interest in Bledsoe for the P's.
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    Barring a lottery miracle, the Pacers are screwed.


    That's signature worthy right there.

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    He has Hayward going 16 to the Wolves.

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    He has Hayward going 16 to the Wolves.
    I wish they'd take Bledsoe, just for comedic effect. I mean they only drafted 2 - 1st round point guards last year.

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    can somebody please post the whole mock draft so we can stop asking who is where please

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    I wish they'd take Bledsoe, just for comedic effect. I mean they only drafted 2 - 1st round point guards last year.
    That would only work if they first hired Matt Millen.

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    can somebody please post the whole mock draft so we can stop asking who is where please
    I would bro, but I refuse to pay espn for roughly the same thing you can get for free on sites like hoopsworld, cnnsi etc


    What do people see in Bledsoe? I havent watched enough college games to have an informative opinion
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    I think Udoh, based on his tournament play and possibly workouts will be gone by the 7th pick

    I will say this much though, Chad Ford was the only one I read last year to accurately predict the Pacers would select Hansbrough so he seem s to be either very intelligent on the subject or has great sources
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    Ford is often really close the night before the draft.

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    First Round

    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    New Jersey

    John Wall
    Position: PG
    Height: 6-foot-4
    Weight: 185 pounds
    Age: 19
    School: Kentucky



    Analysis: This is a no-brainer for the Nets if they are lucky enough to land the No. 1 pick. Some look at starting point guard Devin Harris and wonder whether New Jersey should select Evan Turner instead.



    The Nets don't.



    Although they like Harris, they love Wall. The Kentucky freshman is the type of young potential superstar who could lure a big-time free agent to Jersey this summer.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Minnesota

    Evan Turner
    Position: SG
    Height: 6-7
    Weight: 205
    Age: 21
    School: Ohio State



    Analysis: Turner would be a terrific fit for the Wolves, who need a versatile swingman who can play multiple positions on the floor. Turner's ability to come in and contribute from day one could help Minnesota immensely next season.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Sacramento

    Derrick Favors
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-9
    Weight: 215
    Age: 18
    College: Georgia Tech


    Analysis: The Kings might be terrible at the moment, but a core of Tyreke Evans and Favors would make them very dangerous in the future. Favors didn't have a huge freshman season at Georgia Tech, but he has the potential to be the next Antonio McDyess.



    Although it's clear the Kings like Carl Landry and Jason Thompson, neither has the upside of Favors.






    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Golden State

    DeMarcus Cousins
    Position: C
    Height: 6-11
    Weight: 260
    Age: 19
    School: Kentucky





    Analysis: It figures that Cousins would land in Golden State. The Warriors are filled with young talent, but they're also the most dysfunctional team in the league. Enter Cousins, who was the most talented big man in college basketball, but also the most unstable. It's a match made in heaven.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Washington

    Wesley Johnson
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-7
    Weight: 198
    Age: 22
    School: Syracuse



    Analysis: The Wizards aren't desperate for a small forward, but they are desperate for some star power after gutting the roster this winter. Johnson's versatility and upside would be too much to pass up here.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Philadelphia

    Cole Aldrich
    Position: C
    Height: 6-11
    Weight: 245
    Age: 21
    School: Kansas



    Analysis: Aldrich might never be a star, but he's a solid big man who rebounds, blocks shots, and scores from inside and out. With only one more season left on Samuel Dalembert's contract, Aldrich would provide some great insurance.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Detroit

    Ed Davis
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-10
    Weight: 215
    Age: 20
    College: North Carolina



    Analysis: The Pistons are high on Al-Farouq Aminu, but the last thing they need is another tweener after adding Austin Daye and Charlie Villanueva last summer. Davis didn't dominate as a sophomore, but he's an athletic big man who's active on the boards. The Pistons desperately need a player like that.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Los Angeles Clippers

    Al-Farouq Aminu
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-8
    Weight: 205
    Age: 19
    School:Wake Forest



    Analysis: Aminu is one of the best athletes in the draft. The question is, what position does he play? If he continues to refine his perimeter game, he'd be a great fit next to Blake Griffin in the Clippers' frontcourt.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Utah
    (via New York)

    Greg Monroe
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-11
    Weight: 250
    Age: 19
    School: Georgetown



    Analysis: The Jazz are in a position to lose Carlos Boozer this summer via free agency, but Monroe would be a solid consolation prize. He's not super athletic, but he's the most skilled big guy in the draft and would be a perfect fit in Jerry Sloan's half-court offense.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Indiana

    Ekpe Udoh
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-10
    Weight: 240
    Age: 22
    School: Baylor



    Analysis: Barring a lottery miracle, the Pacers are screwed. A month ago, they were looking at possibly drafting No. 4 and adding a building block next to Danny Granger. But a late-season run dropped them all the way to 10th and ended any realistic chance that they'll get a star.



    Udoh, however, would fit a need as an athletic shot-blocker who can run the floor.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    New Orleans

    Daniel Orton
    Position: C
    Height: 6-10
    Weight: 260
    Age: 19
    School: Kentucky

    Analysis: Orton barely made a dent in the box score for Kentucky, but NBA scouts are convinced he could be a really good NBA center. He is strong and physical, and can dominate on the defensive end.



    He needs to improve his offense, but if he does, he could be a star down the road. The Hornets were very thin up front all season. Orton also would give them some insurance in the event Emeka Okafor breaks down.







    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Memphis

    Patrick Patterson
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-8
    Weight: 245
    Age: 21
    School: Kentucky



    Analysis: The Grizzlies are trying to find a way to eke back into the playoffs. After he drafted a "future" guy in Hasheem Thabeet in 2009, expect GM Chris Wallace to go with a more veteran, proven college player this year.



    Patterson doesn't wow you with anything he does, but he's solid in virtually every area. Most importantly for the Grizzlies, he would be ready to come in and contribute on day one.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Toronto

    Hassan Whiteside
    Position: C
    Height: 6-11
    Weight: 225
    Age: 20
    School: Marshall



    Analysis: Whiteside has as much upside as anyone in the draft not named Wall or Favors. He's a super-long, lanky shot-blocker who nearly had four triple-doubles this season in points, rebounds and blocked shots.



    With the Raptors in danger of losing Chris Bosh this summer, expect Toronto to swing for the fences to help fans forget Bosh if he bolts.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Houston

    Donatas Motiejunas
    Position: PF
    Height: 7-0
    Weight: 220
    Age: 19
    Country: Lithuania



    Analysis: The Rockets have a habit of drafting value, and this low in the draft, Motiejunas would be a good get. He'll probably spend another year in Italy honing his skills and getting stronger, but when he does get to the NBA, he has the makings of a player.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Milwaukee
    (via Chicago)

    Xavier Henry
    Position: SG
    Height: 6-7
    Weight: 220
    Age: 19
    School: Kansas



    Analysis: John Salmons might end up opting out of his contract, and the Bucks would love to put another blue-chip prospect in the backcourt with Brandon Jennings.



    Henry already has an NBA body and can shoot the lights out. He's a little one-dimensional, but he could step in and immediately fill a role for Milwaukee.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Minnesota
    (via Charlotte)

    Gordon Hayward
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-8
    Weight: 200
    Age: 20
    School: Butler



    Analysis: The Wolves could really use some consistent shooters who could stretch the defense. Adding Evan Turner won't help much in that regard, but Hayward could. Although he struggled with his shot this past season, he generally is considered a lights-out shooter.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Chicago
    (via Milwaukee)

    James Anderson
    Position: SG
    Height: 6-6
    Weight: 195
    Age: 21
    School: Oklahoma State



    Analysis: Anderson was one of the best scorers in college basketball and could be a very good fit in the Bulls' backcourt. His ability to stretch the defense and attack the basket should make him a nice complement to Derrick Rose.






    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Miami


    Eric Bledsoe
    Position: PG
    Height: 6-1
    Weight: 190
    Age: 20
    School: Kentucky



    Analysis: Bledsoe is a tough, Pat Riley type of player and could be a long-term upgrade from the Mario Chalmers-Carlos Arroyo duo at point guard.



    Physically, he's ready for the NBA right now. But he still needs more game-time experience running the point. Long term, Bledsoe could pay off.






    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Boston

    Luke Babbitt
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-9
    Weight: 220
    Age: 20
    School: Nevada



    Analysis: The Grizzlies are hoping Babbitt falls a few more spots in the draft, but I think the Celtics will beat them to the punch. Babbitt is an excellent scorer both inside and out, and he'll rebound. Most importantly, he could step in right away for the Celtics.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    San Antonio

    Damion James
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-8
    Weight: 224
    Age: 22
    School: Texas



    Analysis: James might be one of the more underrated players in the draft. Very few players have his combination of athleticism and motor. He doesn't have a position on offense, but he's a Spurs type of player all the way.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Oklahoma City

    Solomon Alabi
    Position: C
    Height: 7-1
    Weight: 245
    Age: 22
    School: Florida State



    Analysis: The Thunder continue to lack a legitimate low-post threat. They drafted B.J. Mullens to be that guy last year, but he's still a work in progress. Alabi will be, too, but at this point in the draft, he has too much size and upside to pass on.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Portland

    Kenneth Faried
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-8
    Weight: 215
    Age: 20
    School: Morehead State



    Analysis: If there's one stat that seems to translate from college to the pros, it's rebounding. Faried was the NCAA's leading rebounder this past season, pulling down 13 per game.



    He is a bit undersized but makes up for it with toughness and explosive athleticism. He could be the draft's biggest sleeper.







    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Minnesota
    (via Utah)

    Kevin Seraphin
    Position: PF
    Height: 6-10
    Weight: 258
    Age: 20
    Country: France



    Analysis: With their third pick of this draft, you can expect the Wolves to stash a player overseas. Seraphin hasn't really produced big numbers in France, but he has Serge Ibaka-like physical upside.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Atlanta

    Quincy Pondexter
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-7
    Weight: 220
    Age: 22
    School: Washington



    Analysis: Pondexter was one of the best seniors in the country. He is an elite athlete and proved this season that he can really score. He's a jump shot away from being a star. Think the next Desmond Mason.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Memphis
    (via Denver)

    Avery Bradley
    Position: SG
    Height: 6-3
    Weight: 180
    Age: 19
    School: Texas



    Analysis: Bradley is tough to peg. A few teams are looking at him in the late lottery. But if he slides a bit, don't expect him to slip much further than here. Bradley's defensive abilities alone make him a lock for the pros. If he can find a position on offense, he could be a star.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Oklahoma City
    (via Phoenix)

    Devin Ebanks
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-9
    Weight: 205
    Age: 20
    School: West Virginia



    Analysis: Ebanks has lottery talent. Defensively, he can do it all with his long wingspan and above-average mobility for his size. But until he develops a reliable jump shot, he remains a work in progress.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    New Jersey
    (via Dallas)

    Terrico White
    Position: SG
    Height: 6-5
    Weight: 211
    Age: 20
    School: Mississippi



    Analysis: White is an elite athlete who, when he's on, is one of the best guards in the country. The problem is, White has a tendency to disappear in games. If the Nets can get him to play with some consistency, he would be a steal here.





    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Memphis
    (via L.A. Lakers)

    Paul George
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-7
    Weight: 185
    Age: 20
    School: Fresno State



    Analysis: George suffers from the same issues as White. Great athlete. Very versatile. Doesn't always play hard. With Rudy Gay possibly bolting via free agency, he could be a potential long-term replacement.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Orlando

    Willie Warren
    Position: PG
    Height: 6-4
    Weight: 210
    Age: 20
    School: Oklahoma



    Analysis: Warren was considered a potential top-10 pick at the beginning of the season. However, a poor season, combined with some injuries and some bad chemistry with his coach, really hurt his stock.



    But Warren is a steal here and the type of versatile guard who could make an impact for the Magic.


    PICK TEAM PLAYER VITALS

    Washington
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    Larry Sanders
    Position: SF
    Height: 6-10
    Weight: 220
    Age: 21
    School: Va. Commonwealth



    Analysis: Sanders could go 10 spots higher in the draft. But if he slips this far, the Wizards would have to be interested. He's the type of long, athletic shot-blocker that's in vogue right now.





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    I would say that's the most realistic and thoughtful mock I have seen yet. A lot of the mocks out there aren't considering team needs yet since they aren't even sure of the draft order.

    I am liking trading down with Minnesota for the #16 more and more. We would just want to wait to make that deal until the 16th pick so Miami wouldn't have a chance to trade up to 14 or 15 to take Bledsoe. I really like Bledsoe's value right now. I just don't know that he won't shoot up the draft boards once he starts his workouts.

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    Quick thoughts:

    Love the Udoh pick.

    Really hope Aldrich is off the board when we pick.

    And as a Gtown fan, I love Monroe to the Jazz.

    Did he do the 2nd round too, or only the 1st? I'd be interested in seeing who he has us taking with our second pick.

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    I like Willie Warren a lot late in the first round. Ford has it right, the guy was a lottery talent talent last year. For a team that doesn't really have a playmaker in the backcourt and has lacked players that can create their own shot for quite some time, he makes a lot of sense. I don't care if he's simply a scoring guard or not. We don't really have anyone who can score in the backcourt and create their own offense.

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    If we can get an athletic shotblocker who can run the floor, I'd be happy. That is one of our two biggest needs.

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    I like Willie Warren a lot late in the first round. Ford has it right, the guy was a lottery talent talent last year. For a team that doesn't really have a playmaker in the backcourt and has lacked players that can create their own shot for quite some time, he makes a lot of sense. I don't care if he's simply a scoring guard or not. We don't really have anyone who can score in the backcourt and create their own offense.
    Um TJ Ford can get his own shot and has a killer mid range jumper....

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    Default Re: Chad Ford's Mock Draft 1.0

    Udoh fits the bill for our needs.

    I sure would of like a top five pick, but like Chad said barring a lottery miracle, the Pacer will pick 10 and Udoh is a nice selection there. All this is of course subject to change once players starting working out for teams.
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