The 2011 NBA Draft is no different than any other year in that it will produce teams that are considered winners on draft day, those that are considered losers and it will most certainly have its surprising picks and trades.
The rumor mill was churning hard in the days leading up to the draft, with everything from Minnesota entertaining offers to trade out of the No. 2 pick, to reports that the Timberwolves would fire coach Kurt Rambis immediately after the draft, to the San Antonio Spurs dangling guard Tony Parker for a chance to move up.
And then there's everybody's favorite player, BYU's Jimmer Fredette, and the on-going saga of where the dead-on shooter will end up.
No more mock drafts—tonight it's for real.
Keep it right here on Bleacher Report throughout the night, and we'll tell you all about the surprise moves, the winning picks and the loser choices.