Found November 16, 2011 on The Sports Bank:
The 2012 NBA Draft figures to consist of a deeper, more talented group of prospects that the 2011 class.  You know, if the league and players ever figure their issues out and there actually IS a NBA Draft this summer.  Team needs and outstanding trades have NOT been taken into consideration with this 2012 NBA mock draft.  Click on the players’ name for a complete, in-depth scouting report. (By the way, The Sports Bank was graded as the most accurate 2011 NBA Mock Draft on the web.) UPDATED: 11/16/11 1. Minnesota- Harrison Barnes, SF, North Carolina, 6-8, So. Harrison Barnes played like a top pick prospect at the end of his freshman season.  He has the ideal size for an NBA wing player and can score it in a variety of ways. Click here for more on Barnes’ development during his freshman season. 2. Cleveland- Anthony Davis, F, Kentucky, 6-10, Fr. The Wildcat freshman is an emerging talent with great length who has yet to even scratch the surface on how good he can become.  He can pla...
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