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2011-12 Draft Prep: Our 12-team roto mock draft

Michael Hurcomb
Fantasy Writer
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We weren't sure if it would happen for a while, but we're almost to the start of another basketball season.

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We recently held a 12-team rotisserie mock draft in an effort to give you an indication of where players on your Fantasy radar might start falling off the draft board.

Here's a closer look at this league:

Rosters

10 active spots, 4 reserve spots
Starting lineup consists of four guards, four forwards and two centers

Draft Order

1. Michael Hurcomb, Fantasy Writer
2, Kevin Goodwin, Fantasy Writer
3. Peter Madden, Editorial Director, Fantasy Sports
4. Scott White, Fantasy Writer
5. Adam Moore, Fantasy Writer
6. Chris Towers, Fantasy Writer
7. Ed Gauna, Fantasy Writer
8. Sergio Gonzalez, NBA Production Editor
9. Jeff Tobin, Associate Managing Editor, Fantasy Sports
10. Al Melchior, Fantasy Writer
11. Bill Passonno, Fantasy Writer
12. Jeff Lippman, Fantasy Writer

Draft Results
Round 1 Round 2
Pick Team Player Pick Team Player
1 Michael Hurcomb LeBron James SF MIA 1 Jeff Lippman Carmelo Anthony SF NY
2 Kevin Goodwin Kevin Durant SF OKC 2 Bill Passonno Stephen Curry PG GS
3 Peter Madden Derrick Rose PG CHI 3 Al Melchior Pau Gasol PF LAL
4 Scott White Chris Paul PG LAC 4 Jeff Tobin Blake Griffin PF LAC
5 Adam Moore Dwyane Wade SG MIA 5 Sergio Gonzalez Dirk Nowitzki PF DAL
6 Chris Towers Deron Williams PG NJ 6 Ed Gauna LaMarcus Aldridge PF POR
7 Ed Gauna Kobe Bryant SG LAL 7 Chris Towers Zach Randolph PF MEM
8 Sergio Gonzalez Dwight Howard C ORL 8 Adam Moore John Wall PG WAS
9 Jeff Tobin Russell Westbrook PG OKC 9 Scott White Josh Smith PF ATL
10 Al Melchior Monta Ellis SG GS 10 Peter Madden Rajon Rondo PG BOS
11 Bill Passonno Kevin Love PF MIN 11 Kevin Goodwin Steve Nash PG PHO
12 Jeff Lippman Amar'e Stoudemire PF NY 12 Michael Hurcomb Tyreke Evans PG SAC
Round 3 Round 4
Pick Team Player Pick Team Player
1 Michael Hurcomb Al Jefferson C UTA 1 Jeff Lippman Jrue Holiday PG PHI
2 Kevin Goodwin Andre Iguodala SF PHI 2 Bill Passonno Joe Johnson SG ATL
3 Peter Madden Brook Lopez C NJ 3 Al Melchior Kevin Martin SG HOU
4 Scott White Al Horford C ATL 4 Jeff Tobin Andrea Bargnani C TOR
5 Adam Moore Joakim Noah C CHI 5 Sergio Gonzalez Jason Kidd PG DAL
6 Chris Towers Eric Gordon SG NO 6 Ed Gauna Tony Parker PG SA
7 Ed Gauna Carlos Boozer PF CHI 7 Chris Towers DeMarcus Cousins C SAC
8 Sergio Gonzalez Danny Granger SF IND 8 Adam Moore Andrew Bogut C MIL
9 Jeff Tobin David Lee PF GS 9 Scott White Kyle Lowry PG HOU
10 Al Melchior Chris Bosh PF MIA 10 Peter Madden Luis Scola PF HOU
11 Bill Passonno Rudy Gay SF MEM 11 Kevin Goodwin Brandon Jennings PG MIL
12 Jeff Lippman Raymond Felton PG POR 12 Michael Hurcomb Devin Harris PG UTA
Round 5 Round 6
Pick Team Player Pick Team Player
1 Michael Hurcomb Greg Monroe PF DET 1 Jeff Lippman Marc Gasol C MEM
2 Kevin Goodwin Roy Hibbert C IND 2 Bill Passonno Dorell Wright SF GS
3 Peter Madden Paul Millsap PF UTA 3 Al Melchior Tim Duncan PF SA
4 Scott White Gerald Wallace SF POR 4 Jeff Tobin Elton Brand PF PHI
5 Adam Moore Andray Blatche PF WAS 5 Sergio Gonzalez Kevin Garnett PF BOS
6 Chris Towers Lamar Odom PF DAL 6 Ed Gauna Nene C DEN
7 Ed Gauna David West PF IND 7 Chris Towers DeMar DeRozan SG TOR
8 Sergio Gonzalez Wesley Matthews SG POR 8 Adam Moore Danilo Gallinari SF DEN
9 Jeff Tobin Mike Conley PG MEM 9 Scott White JaVale McGee C WAS
10 Al Melchior Paul Pierce SF BOS 10 Peter Madden D.J. Augustin PG CHA
11 Bill Passonno Andrew Bynum C LAL 11 Kevin Goodwin Andre Miller PG DEN
12 Jeff Lippman Luol Deng SF CHI 12 Michael Hurcomb Stephen Jackson SG MIL
Round 7 Round 8
Pick Team Player Pick Team Player
1 Michael Hurcomb Manu Ginobili SG SA 1 Jeff Lippman Baron Davis PG NY
2 Kevin Goodwin Michael Beasley PF MIN 2 Bill Passonno Emeka Okafor C NO
3 Peter Madden Tayshaun Prince SF DET 3 Al Melchior Chauncey Billups PG LAC
4 Scott White Serge Ibaka PF OKC 4 Jeff Tobin Channing Frye PF PHO
5 Adam Moore Boris Diaw SF CHA 5 Sergio Gonzalez Kris Humphries PF NJ
6 Chris Towers Antawn Jamison PF CLE 6 Ed Gauna Jose Calderon PG TOR
7 Ed Gauna Darren Collison PG IND 7 Chris Towers Chris Kaman C NO
8 Sergio Gonzalez Ray Allen SG BOS 8 Adam Moore Tyson Chandler C NY
9 Jeff Tobin James Harden SG OKC 9 Scott White Hedo Turkoglu SF ORL
10 Al Melchior Marcin Gortat C PHO 10 Peter Madden Grant Hill SF PHO
11 Bill Passonno Ty Lawson PG DEN 11 Kevin Goodwin Jameer Nelson PG ORL
12 Jeff Lippman Rodney Stuckey PG DET 12 Michael Hurcomb Caron Butler SF LAC
Round 9 Round 10
Pick Team Player Pick Team Player
1 Michael Hurcomb Derrick Williams PF MIN 1 Jeff Lippman Tyler Hansbrough PF IND
2 Kevin Goodwin Shawn Marion SF DAL 2 Bill Passonno Kyrie Irving PG CLE
3 Peter Madden Marcus Thornton PG SAC 3 Al Melchior Glen Davis PF ORL
4 Scott White Jason Terry SG DAL 4 Jeff Tobin John Salmons SG SAC
5 Adam Moore Jarrett Jack PG NO 5 Sergio Gonzalez DeAndre Jordan C LAC
6 Chris Towers Beno Udrih PG MIL 6 Ed Gauna Andrei Kirilenko SF UTA
7 Ed Gauna Thaddeus Young SF PHI 7 Chris Towers J.J. Hickson PF SAC
8 Sergio Gonzalez Nick Young SG WAS 8 Adam Moore Jamal Crawford SG POR
9 Jeff Tobin Kemba Walker SG CHA 9 Scott White Toney Douglas SG NY
10 Al Melchior Mo Williams PG LAC 10 Peter Madden Chuck Hayes C SAC
11 Bill Passonno Jason Richardson SG ORL 11 Kevin Goodwin DeJuan Blair C SA
12 Jeff Lippman Nicolas Batum SF POR 12 Michael Hurcomb Richard Hamilton SG CHI
Round 11 Round 12
Pick Team Player Pick Team Player
1 Michael Hurcomb Corey Maggette SF CHA 1 Jeff Lippman Brandon Knight PG DET
2 Kevin Goodwin Vince Carter SG DAL 2 Bill Passonno Richard Jefferson SF SA
3 Peter Madden Landry Fields SG NY 3 Al Melchior Jimmer Fredette PG SAC
4 Scott White Ed Davis PF TOR 4 Jeff Tobin O.J. Mayo SG MEM
5 Adam Moore Wesley Johnson SF MIN 5 Sergio Gonzalez Derrick Favors PF UTA
6 Chris Towers Jared Dudley SG PHO 6 Ed Gauna Spencer Hawes C PHI
7 Ed Gauna Amir Johnson PF TOR 7 Chris Towers Brandon Bass PF BOS
8 Sergio Gonzalez Evan Turner SG PHI 8 Adam Moore Drew Gooden PF MIL
9 Jeff Tobin C.J. Miles SF UTA 9 Scott White Ben Gordon SG DET
10 Al Melchior Trevor Ariza SF NO 10 Peter Madden Ramon Sessions PG CLE
11 Bill Passonno Samuel Dalembert C SAC 11 Kevin Goodwin George Hill PG IND
12 Jeff Lippman Ricky Rubio PG MIN 12 Michael Hurcomb Klay Thompson SG GS
Round 13 Round 14
Pick Team Player Pick Team Player
1 Michael Hurcomb Carl Landry PF NO 1 Jeff Lippman Darko Milicic C MIN
2 Kevin Goodwin Anderson Varejao C CLE 2 Bill Passonno Mario Chalmers PG MIA
3 Peter Madden Metta World Peace SF LAL 3 Al Melchior Taj Gibson PF CHI
4 Scott White Jeff Teague PG ATL 4 Jeff Tobin Jordan Crawford SG WAS
5 Adam Moore Anthony Morrow SG NJ 5 Sergio Gonzalez Reggie Evans PF TOR
6 Chris Towers Luke Ridnour PG MIN 6 Ed Gauna Jerryd Bayless PG TOR
7 Ed Gauna Lou Williams SG PHI 7 Chris Towers Kendrick Perkins C OKC
8 Sergio Gonzalez Udonis Haslem PF MIA 8 Adam Moore Tristan Thompson PF CLE
9 Jeff Tobin Tyrus Thomas PF CHA 9 Scott White Enes Kanter C UTA
10 Al Melchior Jose Juan Barea PG MIN 10 Peter Madden Jermaine O'Neal C BOS
11 Bill Passonno Jason Thompson PF SAC 11 Kevin Goodwin Charlie Villanueva PF DET
12 Jeff Lippman Carlos Delfino SF MIL 12 Michael Hurcomb Jordan Hill PF HOU

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Wizards F Kris Humphries working to expand his range
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11:28 am ET) Wizards veteran Kris Humphries has come to the realization that he might need to re-invent himself as a stretch forward to maximize his potential to remain a viable player in the NBA, according to CSNWashington.com.

And that means expanding his shooting range to beyond the arc.

That would be quite a departure for Humphires, who made two 3-pointers as a rookie and none since.

"I never really worked on shooting threes and stuff," he said. "I started working on it this year. I had a lot of success in the last month (practicing) and I was working on it every day."

Humphries was a forgotten man in the playoffs, playing just five total minutes after averaging 21 minutes a game in the regular season.


Hawks SF DeMarre Carroll wearing knee brace Friday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11:12 am ET) Hawks small forward DeMarre Carroll, who is questionable for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Friday night against Cleveland, is wearing a knee brace at shootaround, per the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Carroll sustained what was diagnosed as a knee bruise in the series opener Wednesday. The injury appeared far worse when he writhed in pain and was later helped off the court without putting any pressure on the leg.

His presence would be critical for Atlanta. Carroll is the team's leading scorer in the playoffs and is responsible for guarding Cleveland superstar LeBron James.


Cavaliers PG Kyrie Irving questionable for Game 2
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(10:19 am ET) Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving will be listed as questionable for Game 2 against the Hawks on Friday.

Irving did not attend the team's shootaround Friday morning in Atlanta, instead going to receive additional evaluation with the team's head physician. Irving received treatment following Wednesday's win, but the tendinitis in his left knee did not diminish.

Irving scored 10 points on 4-of-10 shooting in 27 minutes in Game 1.


Free agent Knight sees future with Suns alongside Bledsoe
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(9:19 am ET) Suns guard Brandon Knight will be a restricted free agent this offseason, but a shared playmaker role next to Eric Bledsoe has him thinking about the long-term with the organization, per The Arizona Republic.

Knight, who can be signed to an offer sheet by any team in the league starting July 1, relished the opportunity to play alongside Bledsoe.

"I thought it was fine," Knight said. "If Eric was a selfish guy, then I think it wouldn't work but both of us being pretty unselfish guys and really just wanting to win and also being familiar with each other, I think that helps the situation."

Knight averaged 17 points, 5.2 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game this season -- the best statistical numbers of his career -- but hopes to continue to increase his role with the Suns.

"I'll continue to do the same things that I did this past year to continue to get better," Knight said. "For me, it's more of a team thing. I really want to try to push the guys on the Suns and this organization to be better, not just myself. I think true leaders make people around them better and that's what it's going to take for us to really take that next step. We've got to have each and every guy get better, not just myself but our entire team has to take steps this summer. It starts right now."


Stephen Curry scores team-high 33, Warriors take 2-0 series lead
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2015) Warriors guard Stephen Curry scored a team-high 33 points on 13 of 21 shooting, including 5 of 11 shooting from 3-point range, in his team's 99-98 win over the Rockets in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on Thursday.

Curry has stepped up his game even higher in the first two games of the series against the Rockets, scoring over 30 points in each while knocking down timely shots. He did turn the ball over six times on the night while adding six assists, three rebounds and one steal in 37 minutes in the nail-biter.

The Warriors will head to Houston for Game 3 on Saturday.


Rockets' James Harden scores 38 in Game 2 loss vs. Warriors
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2015) Rockets guard James Harden scored a team-high 38 points on 13 of 21 shooting, including 3 of 6 shooting from behind the arc, but it wasn't enough to avoid a 99-98 loss to the Warriors in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on Thursday.

Harden was magnificient for much of the night, but after the Rockets managed to force a missed shot with less than 10 seconds on the clock, they elected not to take their final timeout, racing down the court to try and take advantage of numbers. Harden found himself in a double-team and passed the ball away, but it was sent right back to him and he was unable to get a potential game-winning shot off before turning the ball over.

Harden also added 10 rebounds, nine assists, three steals and one block in the near triple-double. The Rockets head into Game 3 in Houston on Saturday down 2-0 in the series.


Rockets clear Dwight Howard (knee) to play in Game 2
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2015) Rockets center Dwight Howard will be able to play in Thursday's Game 2 matchup at Golden State, the team announced.

"I wanted to play, and you have to have some part of you that feels that you can contribute no matter what shape you're in," Howard said.

Howard was considered a game-time decision Thursday with a left knee bruise, which he sustained in Game 1. Howard was wearing a brace on the knee while warming up prior to the game.

The Rockets are 10-point underdogs at Golden State on Thursday.


Hawks' Paul Millsap 'wouldn't mind' guarding LeBron in Game 2
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2015) With Hawks forward DeMarre Carroll battling a knee injury, teammate Paul Millsap volunteered to guard LeBron James in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.

Millsap said he "wouldn't mind" guarding LeBron, per Cleveland.com.

After making the offer, Millsap admitted that me might be best used elsewhere. 

"We've got to be smart about it," he said. "If they've got (Timofey) Mozgov and Tristan Thompson in the game, more than likely not. Probably need to put a body on Tristan Thompson. Maybe if they go to a smaller lineup."


DeMarre Carroll injury may not get Hawks' Mike Scott more time
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2015) With Hawks small forward DeMarre Carroll questionable for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals with a sprained left knee, it's natural to assume that forward Mike Scott could be in line for more minutes. 

Not so fast, said coach Mike Budenholzer. Carroll's injury status has very little effect on Scott's, Budeholzer said, because he considers Scott a power forward, per Bleacher Report.

Scott has not played in the last five games, but he told NBA.com that he was "healthy and ready to go." When asked about his lack of time on the court, Scott said, "You'll have to ask Bud about that."


Pelicans PG Tyreke Evans undergoes knee surgery
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2015) Pelicans point guard Tyreke Evans underwent knee surgery Thursday, reports The Times-Picayune.

Evans was dealing with a deep bone bruise in his left knee during the first round of the playoffs.


 
 
 
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