2009 NBA Mock Draft — The Orlando Magic Daily Edition

OMD will be heading out to the RDV Sportsplex, home of the Magic’s draft headquarters, for tonight’s NBA Draft. We’ll be passing along the latest news as we hear it, especially if the Magic elect to make a move for a pick. Currently the team holds no selections. In the meantime it’s all speculation, so we thought we’d throw out our best guess on who will go where. This doesn’t include trades, which of course are inevitable. This is just the order we see the players coming off the board. Woody Wommack 1. Los Angeles Clippers – Blake Griffin, PF, Oklahoma 2. Memphis Grizzlies – Hasheem Thabeet, C, Connecticut 3. Oklahoma City Thunder – Ricky Rubio, PG, Spain 4. Sacramento Kings – Tyreke Evans, G, Memphis 5. Minnesota Timberwolves – Stephen Curry, PG, Davidson 6. Minnesota Timberwolves – James Harden, SG, Arizona State 7. Golden State Warriors – Jordan Hill, PF, Arizona 8. New York Knicks – Jonny Flynn, PG, Syracuse 9. Toronto Raptors – DeMar DeRozan, SG, USC 10. Milwaukee Bucks – Gerald Henderson, SG, Duke 11. New Jersey Nets – James Johnson, SF, Wake Forest 12. Charlotte Bobcats – Terrence Williams, SG, Louisville 13. Indiana Pacers – Tyler Hansbrough, PF, North Carolina 14. Phoenix Suns – Jrue Holliday, PG, UCLA 15. Detroit Pistons – DeJuan Blair, PF, Pittsburgh 16. Chicago Bulls – B.J. Mullens, C, Ohio State 17. Philadelphia 76ers — Ty Lawson, PG, North Carolina 18. Minnesota Timberwolves – Earl Clark, SF, Louisville 19. Atlanta Hawks – Brandon Jennings, PG, USA 20. Utah Jazz – Chase Budinger, SF, Arizona 21. New Orleans Hornets – Eric Maynor, PG, VCU 22. Portland Trailblazers – Omri Casspi, SF, Israel 23. Sacramento Kings – Sam Young, SF, Pittsburgh 24. Dallas Mavericks – Jeff Teague, PG, Wake Forest 25. Oklahoma City Thunder – DaJuan Summers, SF, Georgetown 26. Chicago Bulls – Toney Douglas, G, Florida State 27. Memphis Grizzlies – Wayne Ellington, SF, North Carolina 28. Minnesota Timberwolves – Taj Gibson, PF, USC 29. New York Knicks – Jonas Jerebko, SF, Sweden 30. Cleveland Cavaliers – Jermaine Taylor, SG, UCF Second Round Picks to Watch: Josh Heytvelt, PF, Gonzaga; Patrick Mills, PG, St. Mary’s; Jeff Pendergraph, PF, Arizona State; Darren Collison, PG, UCLA; Jonathan Brockman, PF, Washington. Zach McCann 1. Los Angeles Clippers – Blake Griffin, PF, Oklahoma 2. Memphis Grizzlies – Ricky Rubio, PG, Spain 3. Oklahoma City Thunder – Hasheem Thabeet, C, Connecticut 4. Sacramento Kings – Jonny Flynn, PG, Syracuse 5. Minnesota Timberwolves – James Harden, SG, Arizona State 6. Minnesota Timberwolves – Tyreke Evans, G, Memphis 7. Golden State Warriors – Jordan Hill, PF, Arizona 8. New York Knicks – Stephen Curry, PG, Davidson 9. Toronto Raptors – DeMar DeRozan, SG, USC 10. Milwaukee Bucks – Gerald Henderson, SG, Duke 11. New Jersey Nets – DeJuan Blair, PF, Pittsburgh 12. Charlotte Bobcats – Tyler Hansbrough, PF, North Carolina 13. Indiana Pacers – Ty Lawson, PG, North Carolina 14. Phoenix Suns – James Johnson, SF, Wake Forest 15. Detroit Pistons – B.J. Mullens, C, Ohio State 16. Chicago Bulls – Terrence Williams, SG, Louisville 17. Philadelphia 76ers – Jrue Holliday, PG, UCLA 18. Minnesota Timberwolves – Sam Young, SF, Pittsburgh 19. Atlanta Hawks –Brandon Jennings, PG, USA 20. Utah Jazz – Earl Clark, SF, Louisville 21. New Orleans Hornets – Jeff Teague, PG, Wake Forest 22. Portland Trailblazers – Omri Casspi, SF, Israel 23. Sacramento Kings – Chase Budinger, SF, Arizona 24. Dallas Mavericks – Eric Maynor, PG, VCU 25. Oklahoma City Thunder – Taj Gibson, PF, USC 26. Chicago Bulls – DaJuan Summers, SF, Georgetown 27. Memphis Grizzlies – Jonas Jerebko, SF, Sweden 28. Minnesota Timberwolves – Toney Douglas, G, Florida State 29. New York Knicks – Jermaine Taylor, SG, UCF 30. Cleveland Cavaliers – Wayne Ellington, SF, North Carolina

Philip Rossman-Reich

About Philip Rossman-Reich

Philip Rossman-Reich is the managing editor for Crossover Chronicles and Orlando Magic Daily. You can follow him on twitter @OMagicDaily

Quantcast