2011 NBA Mock Draft: Cleveland Cavaliers Select Derrick Williams, PF, at No. 2
Cleveland Cavaliers Take Derrick Williams With The 2nd Pick In The 2011 NBA Draft
Considered by most to be the top prospect in the 2011 NBA Draft, Derrick Williams will definitely not see his name drop any lower than the No. 2 spot to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
While the Cavs immediate needs are elsewhere, they’ll be bound to taking the best available player at No. 2 and if the Minnesota Timberwolves select Kyrie Irving at No. 1, then their guy is Williams.
Compared to a young Richard Jefferson, Willaims is a young, athletic 6’7” player that is known for his game-changing abilities.
He is a force on the offensive end, but gets great acclaim for the defense that was on display throughout the entire NCAA tournament.
Numbers similar to the 32 point, 13 rebound effort he put up against Duke, Williams will certainly be apart of the bright future for the Cavs will continue his dominance into the NBA.
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|1. Minnesota Timberwolves: Kyrie Irving, PG, Duke||16. Philadelphia 76ers: Donatas Motiejunas, PF, Lithuania|
|2. Cleveland Cavaliers: Derrick Williams, SF, Arizona||17. New York Knicks: Markieff Morris, PF/C, Kansas|
|3. Toronto Raptors: Enes Kantor, PF, Turkey||18. Washington Wizards: Klay Thompson, PG, Washington State|
|4. Washington Wizards: Jan Vesely, PF, Czech Republic||19. Charlotte Bobcats: Reggie Jackson, PG, Boston College|
|5. Sacramento Kings: Kemba Walker, PG, UConn||20. Minnesota Timberwolves: Nikola Mirotic, SF, Serbia|
|6. Utah Jazz: Brandon Knight, PG, Kentucky||21. Portland Trailblazers: Kenneth Faried, PF, Morehead State|
|7. Detroit Pistons: Bismack Biyombo, PF, Congo||22. Denver Nuggets: Tobias Harris, PF, Tennessee|
|8. Cleveland Cavaliers: Jonas Valanciunas, PF, Lithuania||23. Houston Rockets: Darius Morris, PG, Michigan|
|9. Charlotte Bobcats: Kawhi Leonard, SF, San Diego State||24. Oklahoma City Thunder: Tyler Honeycutt, G, UCLA|
|10. Milwaukee Bucks: Tristan Thompson, PF, Texas||25. Boston Celtics: Chris Singleton, SF, Florida State|
|11. Golden State Warriors: Terrence Jones, SF, Kentucky||26. Dallas Mavericks: Davis Bertans, SF, Latvia|
|12. Utah Jazz: Alec Burks, SG, Colorado||27. New Jersey Nets: Justin Harper, PF, Richmond|
|13. Phoenix Suns: Jimmer Fredette, PG, BYU||28. Chicago Bulls: Charles Jenkins, SF, Hoftstra|
|14. Houston Rockets: Jordan Hamilton, SF, Texas||29. San Antonio Spurs: Lucas Nogueira, C, Brazil|
|15. Indiana Pacers: Marcus Morris, PF, Kansas||30. Chicago Bulls: Bogan Bogdanovic, SF, Croatia|
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