2011 NBA Re-Draft

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by Kent Jackson, Respect My Blog

The 2011 NBA Draft Class was not considered a strong class at the time. As a matter of fact my experts looked at this Draft Class as weak. It was known as a one player draft and that player was Kyrie Irving from Duke University who missed a number of games his freshman year. But after 5 years, you look at how many draft picks have turned into All-Star level players like Jimmy Butler, Kawhi Leonard, Isaiah Thomas and Klay Thompson. In this video, I did a re-draft of the 2011 NBA Draft Class to see how things should’ve been.

The Original 2011 NBA Draft Order

#
Team
Player
H
W
P
School
C
1
<strong>Cleveland </strong> Cleveland
Kyrie Irving
6-3
191
PG
Duke
Fr.
2
<strong>Minnesota</strong> Minnesota
Derrick Williams
6-8
248
SF/PF
Arizona
So.
3
<strong>Utah</strong> Utah
Enes Kanter
6-11
259
PF/C
Kentucky
Fr.
4
<strong>Cleveland </strong> Cleveland
Tristan Thompson
6-9
227
PF
Texas
Fr.
5
<strong>Toronto</strong> Toronto
Jonas Valanciunas
6-11
240
C
Lithuania
Intl.
6
<strong>Washington</strong> Washington
Jan Vesely
6-11
230
SF/PF
Czech Republic
Intl.
7
<strong>Sacramento</strong> Sacramento
Bismack Biyombo
6-9
243
C
Congo
Intl.
8
<strong>Detroit</strong> Detroit
Brandon Knight
6-3
177
PG/SG
Kentucky
Fr.
9
<strong>Charlotte</strong> Charlotte
Kemba Walker
6-1
184
PG
UConn
Jr.
10
<strong>Milwaukee</strong> Milwaukee
Jimmer Fredette
6-2
196
PG
BYU
Sr.
11
<strong>Golden St.</strong> Golden St.
Klay Thompson
6-7
206
SG/SF
Washington St…
Jr.
12
<strong>Utah</strong> Utah
Alec Burks
6-6
193
PG/SG
Colorado
So.
13
<strong>Phoenix</strong> Phoenix
Markieff Morris
6-9
241
PF
Kansas
Jr.
14
<strong>Houston</strong> Houston
Marcus Morris
6-8
230
SF/PF
Kansas
Jr.
15
<strong>Indiana</strong> Indiana
Kawhi Leonard
6-7
227
SF
San Diego St.
So.
16
<strong>Philadelphia</strong> Philadelphia
Nikola Vucevic
6-11
260
C
USC
Jr.
17
<strong>New York</strong> New York
Iman Shumpert
6-5
222
PG/SG
Georgia Tech
Jr.
18
<strong>Washington</strong> Washington
Chris Singleton
6-9
230
SF/PF
Florida St.
Jr.
19
<strong>Charlotte</strong> Charlotte
Tobias Harris
6-8
223
SF/PF
Tennessee
Fr.
20
<strong>Minnesota</strong> Minnesota
Donatas Motiejunas
7-0
224
PF
Lithuania
Intl.
21
<strong>Portland</strong> Portland
Nolan Smith
6-3
189
PG/SG
Duke
Sr.
22
<strong>Denver</strong> Denver
Kenneth Faried
6-7
225
PF
Morehead St.
Sr.
23
<strong>Houston</strong> Houston
Nikola Mirotic
6-10
225
SF/PF
Montenegro
Intl.
24
<strong>Oklahoma Cty</strong> Oklahoma Cty
Reggie Jackson
6-3
200
PG/SG
Boston College
Jr.
25
<strong>Boston</strong> Boston
Marshon Brooks
6-5
195
SG
Providence
Sr.
26
<strong>Dallas</strong> Dallas
Jordan Hamilton
6-8
228
SG/SF
Texas
So.
27
<strong>New Jersey</strong> New Jersey
JaJuan Johnson
6-10
220
PF
Purdue
Sr.
28
<strong>Chicago</strong> Chicago
Norris Cole
6-1
174
PG
Cleveland St.
Sr.
29
<strong>San Antonio</strong> San Antonio
Cory Joseph
6-3
186
PG
Texas
Fr.
30
<strong>Chicago</strong> Chicago
Jimmy Butler
6-7
222
SF
Marquette
Sr.

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