Here are your second round picks
31. Portland Trail Blazers (from Kings) Jeff Pendergraph from Arizona
Trade Announced: Dallas trades B.J. Mullens for Rodrige Beaubois and a future 2nd-round pick
Trade Announced: They finally got around to the Sergio-for-Pendergraph trade. Sergio and #38 for J.P. Blair could be next if the Wizards leave him alone.
32. Washington Wizards Jermaine Taylor from Central Florida
INTERESTING TIDBIT: ESPN just interviewed the Chicago GM with the specific question, "How can you hold onto Eric Gordon and Luol Deng?" The answer? "We hope to hold onto Gordon." The only mention of Deng was that he was fully recovered and back in the gym.
33. Portland Trail Blazers Dante Cunningham from Villanova
Trade Announced: Knicks and Grizzlies trade for Richardson and Milicic.
34. Denver Nuggets Sergio Llull from Spain
Trade Announced: L.A. to New York swap of 29th pick.
35. Detroit Pistons DaJuan Summers from Georgetown
36. Memphis Grizzlies Sam Young from Pittsburgh
37. San Antonio Spurs DeJuan Blair from Pittsburgh
Analysis: Do you think maybe it says something that his teammate was drafted before him?
Trade Announced: Minnesota trades Ty Lawson to Denver for a future first-round pick.
38. Sacramento Kings (from Blazers) Jon Brockman from Washington
39. Detroit Pistons Jonas Jerebko from Sweden
Trade Announced: Washington Wizards trade Jermaine Taylor to Houston for cash.
40. Charlotte Bobcats Derrick Brown from Xavier
41. Milwaukee Bucks Jodie Meeks from Kentucky
42. Los Angeles Lakers Patrick Beverley from the Ukraine
43. Miami Heat Marcus Thornton from LSU
44. Detroit Pistons Chase Budinger from Arizona
45. Minnesota Timberwolves Nick Calathes from Florida
46. Cleveland Cavaliers Danny Green from UNC
Trade Announced: The Blazers' deal with Sacramento for Pendergraph gets announced. Jon Brockman is obviously the guy who goes back.
47. Minnesota Timberwolves Henk Norel from The Netherlands
48. Phoenix Suns Taylor Griffin from Oklahoma
49. Atlanta Hawks Sergey Gladyr from the Ukraine
50. Utah Jazz Goran Suton from Michigan State
51. San Antonio Spurs Jack McClinton from Miami
Trade Announcement: Miami trades Marcus Thornton to New Orleans for two future second-rounders
52. Indiana Pacers A.J. Price from Connecticut
53. San Antonio Spurs Nano De Colo from France
Analysis: Wow. You can cut the tension for Portland's next pick with a feather. A squooshy feather.
54. Charlotte Bobcats Robert Vaden from UAB
Trade Announcement: Detroit trades the rights to Chase Budinger to Houston for a future second-rounder and cash
55. Portland Trail Blazers Patrick Mills from St. Mary's
56. Dallas Mavericks Ahmad Nivins from Saint Joseph's
57. Phoenix Suns Emir Preldzic from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Trade Announcment: The Lakers trade Patrick Beverly to the Miami Heat for a future second round pick and cash.
58. Boston Celtics Lester Hudson from UT, Martin
Trade Announcement: Charlotte Bobcats trade Robert Vaden to Oklahoma City for cash.
59. Los Angeles Lakers Chinemelu Elonu from Texas A+M
Analysis: Please, Miami, take Dionte Christmas! With a name like that you have to be drafted.
60. Miami Heat Robert Dozier from Memphis
And that, folks, is your 2009 NBA Draft. Stay tuned for Ben's report from ground zero and an analysis of the picks and their purpose. Thanks for participating in the threads. Prepare now for the free agency period!