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2011 NBA Draft Open Thread: Picks 21-30 and Second Round

Your 2011 NBA Draft Open Thread continues with your favorite team on the clock...

21.  Portland Trail Blazers  Kenneth Faried 6'8" PF from Morehead State  Nolan Smith 6'4" Combo Guard from Duke

Editorial Note:  This could be a trade, so hold on.  It could also be a palm to forehead slap.

Editorial Note:  DraftExpress profile for Nolan Smith.  

22. Denver Nuggets Kenneth Faried 6'8" PF from Morehead State

Editorial Note:  As noted above, this is likely part of an Andre Miller-Raymond Felton swap.  [Edit:  Reports now coming in that the picks will not be swapped.]

23.  Houston Rockets  Nikola Mirotic 6'10" PF from Montenegro

Editorial Note:  ESPN reporting that Mirotic, Brad Miller, and a future pick go to Minnesota for Jonny Flynn and #20 pick Donatus Montiejunas.

Editorial Note:  Now Marc Spears has this pick going to the Bulls for #28, #43 and cash.

24.  Oklahoma City Thunder  Reggie Jackson 6'3" PG from Boston College

25.  Boston Celtics  Marshon Brooks 6'5" SG from Providence

Editorial Note:  AWoj has Brooks going to the Nets for New Jersey's 27th pick.

26.  Dallas Mavericks  Jordan Hamilton 6'8" SF from Texas

27.  New Jersey Nets  JaJuan Johnson 6'10" PF/C from Purdue

28.  Chicago Bulls  Norris Cole 6'2" PG from Cleveland State

29.  San Antonio Spurs  Corey Joseph 6'3" Combo Guard from Texas

30.  Chicago Bulls  Jimmy Butler 6'8" Combo Forward from Marquette.

Second Round commences after the jump.

[Update:  Trail Blazers select Ohio State G Jon Diebler with the 51st pick in the draft.]


31.  Miami Heat  Bojan Bogdanovic  6'7" G from Bosnia

Editorial Note:  Bogdanovic reportedly heading to the New Jersey Nets 

32.  Cleveland Cavaliers  Justin Harper 6'9"  F from Richmond  

33.  Detroit Pistons Kyle Singler 6'9"  F from Duke

34.  Washington Wizards  Shelvin Mack 6'3" G from Butler

35.  Sacramento Kings  Tyler Honeycutt 6'8"  F from UCLA

36.  New Jersey Nets  Jordan Williams 6'9"  F from Maryland

37.  Los Angeles Clippers  Trey Thompkins 6'10" PF from Georgia

Editorial Note:  Earlier Charlotte/Milwaukee/Sacramento trade now confirmed.

38.  Houston Rockets  Chandler Parsons 6'10" F from Florida 

39.  Charlotte Bobcats  Jeremy Tyler 6'11" C, HS dropout playing in Japan

40.  Milwaukee Bucks  Jon Leuer  7'0" F from Wisconsin

Editorial Note:  Earlier trade of Marshon Brooks for JaJuan Johnson confirmed.

41.  Los Angeles Lakers  Darius Morris 6'5" PG from Michigan

Editorial Note:  ESPN reports that Golden State acquires 39th pick Jeremy Tyler from the Bobcats

42.  Indiana Pacers  Davis Bertans 6'10" F from Latvia

Editorial Note:  Bertans headed to San Antonio as part of George Hill trade

43.  Chicago Bulls  Malcolm Lee 6'5" G from UCLA

44.  Golden State Warriors Charles Jenkins 6'3" G  from Hofstra

45.  New Orleans Hornets  Josh Harrellson 6'10" C  from Kentucky

Editorial Note:  Cleveland trades #32 pick Justin Harper to Orlando for future picks.

46.  Los Angeles Lakers  Andrew Goudelock 6'3" G from the College of Charleston

47.  Los Angeles Clippers Travis Leslie 6'4" G from Georgia

48.  Atlanta Hawks  Keith Benson 6'11" C from Oakland

49.  Memphis Grizzlies  Josh Selby  6'3" G from Kansas

50.  Philadelphia 76'ers  Lavoy Allen 6'9" F from Temple

51.  Portland Trail Blazers  Jon Diebler 6'7" G from Ohio State

52.  Detroit Pistons  Vernon Macklin 6'9" F from Florida

Editorial Note:  Hornets trade Josh Harrellson to the Knicks for cash considerations.

53.  Orlando Magic  DeAndre Liggins 6'6" G from Kentucky

54.  Cleveland Cavaliers  Milan Macvan 6'9" F from Serbia

55.  Boston Celtics  E'Twaun Moore 6'4" G from Purdue 

56.  Los Angeles Lakers  Chukwudibere Maduabum 6'9" F from Nigeria

Editorial Note:  Thank GOODNESS this guy isn't becoming a Blazer.  My poor typing fingers!

57.  Dallas Mavericks  Tanguy Ngombo 6'6"  F from the Congo

Editorial Note:  ESPN is saying the Minnesota Timberwolves will end up with this pick.  It's also been reported as belonging to the Portland Trail Blazers.  Ngombo is billed as the best guy to ever come out of Qatar's basketball league.

58.  Los Angeles Lakers Ater Majok F from Sudan

Editorial Note:  Indiana Pacers trade 15th and 42nd picks in this year's draft and Erazem Lorbek to San Antonio for George Hill.

59.  San Antonio Spurs  Adam Hanga 6'6" G from Hungary

60.  Sacramento Kings Isaiah Thomas 5'10" G from Washington