2011 NBA Mock Draft: How the Entire 1st Round Should Play out

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2011 NBA Mock Draft: How the Entire 1st Round Should Play out
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The 2011 NBA draft is officially less than three weeks away and teams are really beginning to cue in on which prospects belong atop their draft board.

With Jimmer Fredette's landing spot still uncertain, the Cleveland Cavaliers attempting to trade for the second overall pick and the Washington Wizards making a serious push for Derrick Williams, there are a ton of intriguing storylines to follow over the next few weeks.

There will likely be a plethora of activity leading up to the June 23 event, and it wouldn't be surprising if the final draft order looks a lot different than the way it currently stands.

Without a consensus top overall pick, every selection in 2011 will really be dependent upon the previous one, as each team will surely have a different evaluation of every prospect.

It's really going to be interesting to see where some of the most hyped-up prospects in this year's class land, and we're going to take a look at which players make the most sense for each club in this mock draft.

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