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21. Portland Trail Blazers: John Henson, North Carolina
Standing at 6'10" and weighing in at only 205 pounds, it's obvious that John Henson's biggest weakness is his size.
He does have positives, though. He is one of the best rebounders and defenders you will find in this draft. That's good enough for a first-round selection to me.
Plus the Blazers need youth down low. LaMarcus Aldridge and Nic Batum can't do it alone down low in the Rose City.
22. Denver Nuggets: Kris Joseph, Syracuse
If Wilson Chandler does not re-sign in the Rockies, the Nuggets should look to a Syracuse small forward (no, it isn't Carmelo Anthony and no, this isn't 2003) to help them out.
Joseph, while not maintaining the all-around game Chandler possesses, would be a great addition to the team for his sky-high ceiling and tremendous athleticism.
In all honesty though, he does need a lot of work.
23. Orlando Magic: CJ Leslie, North Carolina State
If reports are true about the Orlando Magic adding Josh Smith to the roster, then you might as well forget about this pick.
Nonetheless, CJ Leslie would still prove to be a solid selection for Orlando's finest. He simply has too much potential, speed and athleticism to forget about.
24. Boston Celtics: William Buford, Ohio State
As a lifelong fan of basketball, I know a decent talent when I see one. The Celtics, who are looking to ultimately replace 36-year-old Ray Allen in the years coming, might look to the explosive William Buford.
In Buford the C's would then possess a guy who, at 6'5" and 190 pounds, is ready to display his talents in the association.
25. Oklahoma City Thunder: Thomas Robinson, Kansas
One of the biggest concerns in regards to the Oklahoma City Thunder was their lack of a true backup for star Kevin Durant.
Kansas' Thomas Robinson, who I've seen play on multiple occasions in person, could just be the perfect Jud Beuchler to Durant's Jordan (no, this isn't a comparison).