(113) Team Moore - Corey Maggette
Maggette will continue to do what he always does—score points and get to the line. He won't really do much else, but he is a good scoring punch in the ninth round.
(114) Team DePutron - Channing Frye
Frye broke out as a three-point specialist last season. Hopefully, he improves with a larger role now that Amar'e is gone. I expect a decent increase in minutes, likely resulting in him getting more points, blocks, and rebounds.
(115) Team Pauker - Ty Lawson
I needed a guard at this point for well-rounded purposes. There's not much to not like about Lawson. Coming off an impressive rookie campaign, Lawson's athleticism, ability to finish, underrated strength, and court vision should go a long way.
(116) Team AK - Wilson Chandler
In hindsight, I probably should have taken JaVale McGee so that my team was dominant in blocks. Regardless, I have no qualms with landing Chandler in the ninth.
There's a chance that Wilson Chandler will start at the PF position in New York. He has a solid post game and it should only help his rebounding and blocks. Also, being in a contract year with a cloudy future, it should only help to motivate him further.
Plus, like Shane, I wanted to have a member of my beloved Knicks on my roster.
(117) E.T. Phone Philly - Jameer Nelson
I desperately needed to start picking guards—I only had Brooks and Richardson to this point—and the starting PG of one of the best Eastern Conference teams seemed like a solid value this late in the draft. I'm hoping he reverts more to 08-09 form—16.7 points, 5.4 assists, 3.5 rebounds, 1.2 steals, 2.0 three-pointers per game—than he did last year. Given that the Magic didn't make any major alterations, roster-wise, I think the Magic offense should click more this year, and that all starts with Nelson.
(118) Yao Know What I Ming? - Evan Turner
Potential to become Philadelphia's number one option. Apparently they're planning on moving Iggy, but for now I think Evan can be a solid contender for rookie of the year, and post some solid numbers throughout the stat-sheet.
(119) C-Town Is J.J.'s Town Now - JaVale McGee
McGee is an athletic freak and he has a ton of upside. Still, he is a bit raw and will take time to develop, but he should at least be a strong source of rebounds and blocks.
(120) Team Marshall - Anderson Varejao
Now that Varejao is finally starting for Cleveland, he should be able to take advantage of the glut of minutes that he'll see be seeing.
(121) CP3 Ju-know- Me? - Charlie Villanueva
I picked Villanueva because he averages close to 13 points and eight rebounds per game, and those are great numbers for a back-up. He will be a good back-up plan if one of my players gets injured because he can play multiple positions.
(122) Team Schultz - Samuel Dalembert
Dalembert has been an iron-man over the past four seasons having not missed a single game. If he gets some solid playing time, he'll contribute plenty of rebounds and blocks.
(123) Ibaka Flaka Flame - Andris Biedrins
Biedrins is still a young center in the up-tempo Warriors' scheme and only a season removed from a his 11-11 year. Hoping there's more to come, but drafted him just because of his high block totals.
(124) Scalabrine Green - Thaddeus Young
Thaddeus is a promising young player with plenty of upside. While his role on the 76ers is still in question, he will make do with the time he is given.
(125) Team Felkey - Beno Udrih
Udrih quietly averaged 12.9 points, 4.7 assists, a steal and a three-pointer per game last season. Because Tyreke Evans and Omri Casspi are versatile enough to play multiple positions, I still think Udrih will get solid minutes this year—25-30 per game.
(126) Team Slim Barkley - Greg Oden
Yes, he's hurt and he will probably get hurt again this season, but I like the risk. He gives rebounds and blocks to my team. Since the two big bodies I originally drafted are available in Gasol and Lee as healthy, consistent options, he is just a backup option with potential.