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Let’s go pick-by-pick through the second round (picks 31-60), including the Celtics only pick of the draft at No. 58.
Solid overall player who has a ton of experience. Good offensive player, could develop into a Carlos Boozer-type player. (Trade to Portland)
Holds a school record at UCF. Big time scorer for Central Florida. Nice bulk.
Good size, solid defender. Nice size and is a very intelligent basketball player. High IQ.
Nice size for a point guard. Project player.
Great size, very productive. Can be a force in this league. I had him going in the first round.
He’s a little older but he will be able to contribute right away. Reminds me like a more explosive Ryan Gomes.
VERY under-sized. He does have a long wingspan. First round talent.
Good overall player. Averaged a double-double this past season. Solid, tough, player.
Terrific size for the three position. According to Fran, from ESPN.com, he’s very skilled. I’ll buy it.
Smart player who can defend.
The man can shoot! Outstanding shooter. Scored 54 points against Tennessee. He’ll be able to score in the NBA. But, he is under-sized and struggles defending, in my opinion.
Needs to bulk up but can score.
Thornton has a mean streak; he’ll take over the game at any point. Great scorer, terrific shooter. Led LSU through the tournament.
Budinger is a lights out shooter. Really carried the Arizona squad. Should fit in well with the half-court offensive game that the Pistons use.
Great player from Florida. Nice offensive game. But, yet another guard for Minnesota.
Green has a ton of potential. Played a lot of minutes for North Carolina, team leader, and is a proven winner. Should have a nice career in the NBA.
Great size but very un-productive. At least he wasn’t another guard.
He’s Blake’s brother. Solid player. Nothing special.
Nice size, good shooter. Well, that’s what Fran says anyways.
Very good rebounder. Hard worker, high energy type player. Won’t be much in the league, though.
Great overall player, can shoot the ball. I had him going early second, as matter of fact. Was a big time scorer at the University of Miami.
Played at the highest level. Averaged a smooth 15 points per game. Should be a nice player in the NBA.
Just another overseas selection by the Spurs.
Nice outside shooter, reminds me of Michael Reed actually.
Under-sized but is very quick. Plays a lot like Marcus Banks, which is a bad thing, as we know.
Nice size but played in a poor division.
I don’t know but the Celtics are up…
I like it. He can shoot and can dribble. Nice player. I’m intrigued. Averaged 28 points per game.
Great rebounder, major potential.
Solid overall player, I had him going in the middle of the draft.