2009 NBA Lottery Mock Draft (April 18)

Ken McClishContributor IApril 18, 2009

MEMPHIS, TN - MARCH 29:  Blake Griffin #23 of the Oklahoma Sooners shoots the ball over Deon Thompson #21 of the North Carolina Tar Heels in the first half during the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament South Regional Final at the FedExForum on March 29, 2009 in Memphis, Tennessee.  (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)

April, 18 2009 

1) Sacramento Kings: Blake Griffin(PF, 6-10, 250, Soph, Oklahoma Sooners)

This one's a no-brainer.

 

2) Los Angeles Clippers: Ricky Rubio (G, 6-3, 180, Spain)

Will he enter?

 

3) Washington Wizards: Jordan Hill (PF, 6-10, 235, Junior, Arizona Wildcats)

 

4) Oklahoma City: Hasheem Thabeet (C, 7-3, 260, Junior, Connecticut Huskies)

You cannot teach 7-3.

 

5) Minnesota T'wolves: James Harden(SG, 6-5, 218, Soph, Arizona State Sun Devils)

T'wolves could use Thabeet if he drops this far.

 

6) Memphis Grizzlies Brandon Jennings (PG, 6-1, 180, Italy)

 

7) Golden State Warriors: Tyreke Evans(PG/SG, 6-6, 215, Freshman, Memphis Tigers)

 

8) New York Knicks: Demar DeRozan (SF, 6-7, 200, Freshman, USC Trojans)

 

9) Toronto Raptors: Stephen Curry(PG/SG, 6-3, 185, Junior, Davidson)

 

10) Milwaukee Bucks: Earl Clark (SF, 6-9, 225, Junior, Louisville Cardinals)

 

11) New Jersey Nets: Gerald Henderson(SG, 6-4, 215, Junior, Duke Blue Devils)

 

12) Indiana Pacers: Terrence Williams(SG/SF, 6-6, 220, Louisville Cardinals)

 

13) Charlotte Bobcats: Ty Lawson (PG, 5-11, 195, Junior, North Carolina)

 

14) Phoenix Suns: Jonny Flynn(PG, 6-0, 172, Sophomore, Syracuse)

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