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46: Los Angeles Lakers: Andrew Goudelock
47: Los Angeles Clippers: Travis Leslie
48: Atlanta Hawks: Keith Benson
The Hawks would like to add a legitimate center and move Al Horford to power forward. Benson may not be that, but he's versatile and could possibly fill the hole.
49: Memphis Grizzlies: Josh Selby
The Grizzlies really don't have any real pressing needs, so they decided to go "high-risk, high-reward" and take Selby.
50: Philadelphia 76ers: Lavoy Allen
51: Portland Trail Blazers: Jon Deibler
52: Detroit Pistons: Vernon Macklin
53: Orlando Magic: DeAndre Liggins
54: Cleveland Cavaliers: Milan Macvan
55: Boston Celtics: E'Twaun Moore
The Celtics went with a pair of Boilermakers to potentially come in behind Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett in a year or two. Both could develop into solid players.
56: Denver Nuggets (via Los Angeles Lakers): Chukwudiebere Maduabum
57: Dallas Mavericks: Targuy Ngombo
58: Los Angeles Lakers: Ater Majok
59: San Antonio Spurs: Adam Hanga
60: Sacramento Kings: Isaiah Thomas
I think Jimmer Fredette is grossly underrated, but he just doesn't fit well with the Kings' other players.
Isaiah Thomas on the other hand, does.
Don't be surprised if he ends up being the best final draft pick in NBA history. You know you like it.