2005 Mock Draft
In the midst of the summer heat, we asked an esteemed group of fantasy basketball experts to lay their reputations on the line for our mock draft. Hereís how the selections unfolded.

ROUND 1
NO. TEAM SELECTION
1 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Kevin Garnett (PF)
Loved LeBron's upside, but nobody fills the stat sheet consistently like KG.
2 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Tim Duncan (PF,C)
Has never averaged less than 20 ppg, 11 rebounds and two blocks.
3 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
LeBron James (SG,SF)
This just in: Heís good. Had him No. 1 overall on my sheet.
4 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Amare Stoudamire (C,PF)
I had to go with the center- eligible option.
5 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Dirk Nowitzki (PF)
I probably would have taken him third overall Ė points and boards plus blocks, steals and threes.
6 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Shawn Marion (PF,SF)
His freakishly good production in several stat categories is unique.
7 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Tracy McGrady (SG)
This number-crunching swingman shouldn't have been available here.
8 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Dwyane Wade (SG)
Itís never wise to disobey The Godfather, so I took Wade over Kobe.
9 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Kobe Bryant (SG)
Bryant's numbers could improve even further in Phil Jackson's triangle offense.
10 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Allen Iverson (PG,SG)
Love the player, hate the injuries.
11 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Shaquille O'Neal (C)
Eleventh? How psyched was I to see the Big Fella still sitting there?
12 Max Work
NBA.com
Andrei Kirilenko (PF,SF)
Injuries last year allow me to get a top-six guy this low.
ROUND 2
NO. TEAM SELECTION
13 Max Work
NBA.com
Gilbert Arenas (PG,SG)
No centers worth drafting, and top PGs will be gone by my next pick.
14 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Ron Artest (SG,SF)
He says he's learned his lesson and should help in every category.
15 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Steve Nash (PG)
Thought Arenas would fall; I'll take the MVP.
16 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Paul Pierce (SG,SF)
Pierce is one of the league's best overall athletes and a solid starter in Roto formats.
17 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Baron Davis (PG,SG)
Thereís a new sheriff in town, and his name is Baron Davis.
18 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Elton Brand (PF)
Remains underrated despite finishing second in offensive boards and fifth in blocked shots last season.
19 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Mike Bibby (PG)
Now that C-Webbís hanging out with A.I., Sacís offense runs through Bibby.
20 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Jermaine O'Neal (PF)
Maybe he slipped because heís not a center, but so what? Thatís 20-10 and two blocks.
21 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Jason Kidd (PG)
Are you Kidd-ing me? Mr. Triple-Double available at No. 21 overall Ė yes, please.
22 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Stephon Marbury (PG,SG)
See my draft manifesto. PG and PF. Always and forever.
23 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Ray Allen (SG)
Great value here with threes, FT% and points.
24 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Yao Ming (C)
Went positional scarcity and got a center. Heís still only 24.
ROUND 3
NO. TEAM SELECTION
25 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Vince Carter (SG,SF)
Injury risk, but change of scenery should see old Vinsanity.
26 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Larry Hughes (PG,SG)
Hughes has good all-around numbers and led league in steals.
27 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Carlos Boozer (PF)
After two PG, needed boards. Enter the Boozer.
28 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Peja Stojakovic (SG,SF)
Itís like taking Mariano Rivera for saves Ė pick Peja and put your three-point worries to rest.
29 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Steve Francis (PG,SG)
Needed assists, and I get a decent rebounder. Thought Brad Miller (the next pick) would slip.
30 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Brad Miller (C)
A big man who can pass and shoot outside? Sign me up.
31 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Ben Wallace (PF, C)
It never hurts to have a stat-mongering warrior at center.
32 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Chris Bosh (PF)
After averaging 18 points and 10 boards in the second half, Bosh has 20-10 written all over him.
33 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Zydrunas Ilgauskas (C)
Z is a consistent scorer, rebounder and shot blocker, and he's avoided injuries in three consecutive seasons.
34 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Emeka Okafor (PF,C)
No reason Emeka isn't a top-five center.
35 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Chauncey Billups (PG)
Lost out on top point guards, so I went for the next tier.
36 Max Work
NBA.com
Dwight Howard (C,PF)
Qualifies at center and should improve over solid rookie year.
ROUND 4
NO. TEAM SELECTION
37 Max Work
NBA.com
Rasheed Wallace (PF,C)
Projected lack of centers 22 picks from now makes me slightly reach for Rasheed.
38 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Kirk Hinrich (PG)
He played with so much poise down the stretch, showing he's primed to become a star.
39 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Richard Jefferson (SG,SF)
Plenty to go around with J-Kidd distributing.
40 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Rashard Lewis (SF)
Injuries seem to be a concern with Lewis at times, but he's still a solid contributor in several categories.
41 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Lamar Odom (PF,SF)
Other than Odom and Kobe, the cupboard is bare in LakerLand.
42 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Manu Ginobili (SG)
The all-around game of my main man Manu epitomizes the versatility I prize.
43 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Antawn Jamison (PF,SF)
Heíll score more now that Larry Hughes is in Cleveland.
44 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Jason Richardson (SG)
Best player available. Will score 20 even if Baron hurts his stats a bit.
45 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Joe Johnson (SG,PG)
Iím seduced by his size (6í7Ē) and physical skills.
46 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Zach Randolph (PF)
He rebounds in a big way this year. Yes, pun intended.
47 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Michael Redd (SG)
Redd was the best available here, especially with Ford returning.
48 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Pau Gasol (PF)
Love picks like this - skilled player coming off a down year. He should return to form.
ROUND 5
NO. TEAM SELECTION
49 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Andrew Bogut (C)
Looking for upside at this pick, he'll get steady minutes at center.
50 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Kenyon Martin (PF)
Great player coming off down year. Martin contributes in plenty of categories..
51 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Andre Miller (PG)
When Andre is your third PG, life is sweet.
52 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Corey Maggette (SG,SF)
Only AI made more free throws per game Ė and in this league, that carries some weight.
53 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Jamal Crawford (SG)
Not my best pick, but assists, steals and FG should go up with Larry B. coaching him.
54 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Bobby Simmons (PF, SF)
He still has upside and will want to live up to his new contract.
55 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Marcus Camby (PF,C)
Marcus Camby, meet Marcus Welby, M.D. Ė he'll help you stay healthy long enough to lead the league in swats again.
56 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Samuel Dalembert (PF,C)
Dalembert may have driven the price up on Chandler, but I love him.
57 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Chris Webber (PF)
C-Webb still has talent but dropped due to his proneness to injuries. Time will tell if this gamble bears fruit.
58 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Carmelo Anthony (SF)
He's a 48% shooter under Karl.
59 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Tony Parker (PG)
So surprised Parker was still on the board. I'm an elite assists/steals team now.
60 Max Work
NBA.com
Shareef Abdur-Rahim (PF,SF)
Should return to form playing for the Kings, despite the failed physical by the Nets.
ROUND 6
NO. TEAM SELECTION
61 Max Work
NBA.com
Donyell Marshall (PF,SF)
Expect similar stats to two years ago, when he was a top-20 player.
62 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Jason Williams (PG)
Still needed three pointers. Think a more all-around version of Damon Jones in 2004-05.
63 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Stephen Jackson (SF,SG)
S-Jax or Rip? Went with threes.
64 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Jamaal Magloire (C)
Magloire saw a decrease in points and rebounds last season, but he's still a solid second center for my team.
65 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Richard Hamilton (SG)
Coatesville in the house!
66 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Andre Iguodala (SG,SF)
I aim to shore up all the categories my peers leave unattended; Iggy fits the bill.
67 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Grant Hill (SF, SG)
Iím hoping heíll be basketballís version of Ken Griffey Jr. this year.
68 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Damon Stoudamire (PG)
What, this wasnít Amare? If he delivers 15 and five with two threes again, Iíll be happy.
69 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Chris Paul (PG)
Would I be jinxing him if I said he was the most NBA-ready point guard to come out of college since Jay Williams?
70 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Tyson Chandler (C,PF)
I needed blocks. And Iíd like to think, in a small way, Tyson needed me.
71 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Jalen Rose (SG,SF)
He's on a team that's going to need him to score, and 18.5 ppg is a great value at the end of the sixth.
72 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Ben Gordon (SG)
His talents will find him more minutes.
ROUND 7
NO. TEAM SELECTION
73 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Rafer Alston (PG)
Good source of assists and a player on upswing of his career.
74 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Eddy Curry (C)
Curry averaged 16 ppg and shoots a high FG%. Huge upside and good value here.
75 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Luke Ridnour (PG)
With Daniels gone, show is all his. Big sleeper.
76 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Kurt Thomas (PF)
You can do well in fantasy by relying on the guys that ride the Steve Nash gravy train.
77 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Antoine Walker (PF,SF)
Stats should drop across the board in Miami, but 15 pts, eight boards would suffice in round seven.
78 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Al Harrington (SF)
His second year as a starter should wow Hawks fans.
79 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Josh Smith (SG,SF)
This "guard's" game is much more than nasty dunks.
80 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Caron Butler (SG,SF)
Donít call him Caron anymore. He now goes by the moniker: ďPoor Manís Hughes.Ē
81 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Sam Cassell (PG)
Cassell might be at the end of his career, but he should still score 13-15 PPG and hand out a few dimes each night.
82 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Tayshaun Prince (SF)
Underrated contributor across all cats.
83 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Raef LaFrentz (PF,C)
Centers were thinning out. He blocks shots and shoots the three.
84 Max Work
NBA.com
Deron Williams (PG)
Was hoping Butler would fall. Decided to roll the dice on the rookie point guard in Utah.
ROUND 8
NO. TEAM SELECTION
85 Max Work
NBA.com
Cuttino Mobley (SG)
Safe pick after Williams. Should get plenty of time and stats starting for the Clippers.
86 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Troy Murphy (PF)
When healthy he's a horse on the boards and he can shoot, too.
87 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Stromile Swift (SG,PF,C)
Sneaky play at center Ö or total bust.
88 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Jamaal Tinsley (PG)
Tinsley would have had his best statistical pro season in 2004-05 had it not been for injuries. Worth the gamble here.
89 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Joel Przybilla (C)
Lack of center depth in Portland makes ďPrizzĒ an easy pick.
90 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Shaun Livingston (PG)
I may have reached for The Talented Mr. Livingston, but Shaun should add more than Randy.
91 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Quentin Richardson (SG)
Did I miss something? One of the categories is three pointers made, right?
92 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Brendan Haywood (C)
Someone has to play center, but at least I built around him and didnít reach for seven boards and 1.5 blocks.
93 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Marvin Williams (SF)
Just in case heís not a couple of years away.
94 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Jason Terry (PG)
LeBron in first, Terry in eighth? Fantasy gods are smiling on me.
95 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
T.J. Ford (PG)
Great assist numbers and some quality shooters around him. Great sleeper.Louisville
96 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Marko Jaric (PG)
Should win starting point guard job. Good sleeper at this pick.
ROUND 9
NO. TEAM SELECTION
97 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Darius Miles (SG,SF)
Talented player may finally come into his own after Portland's changes..
98 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Kwame Brown (PF,C)
Nobody gets more out of players than Phil Jackson. And he qualifies at forward and center.
98 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Drew Gooden (PF)
Iím hoping he gets traded, but heíll be solid regardless.
100 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Adonal Foyle (C)
He blocks shots.
101 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Kyle Korver (SG,SF)
Nobody hit more threes, and he should do it again. Good value here.
102 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Josh Childress
He can shoot, he chips in on boards and he has a good attitude.
103 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Josh Howard (SF)
Another versatile swingman who collects steals with the best of 'em.
104 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Sebastian Telfair (PG)
Nope, one Blazer wasnít enough. I had to take two.
105 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Mike Dunleavy Jr. (SF)
Dunleavy doesn't post impressive totals in any one category, but he's durable and solid across the board.
106 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Udonis Haslem (PF)
Plethora of swingmen, needed rebounding.
107 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Michael Finley (SG,SF)
Totally worth the gamble that he'll fall into a starting job in which he can score again.
108 Max Work
NBA.com
Al Jefferson (PF)
Role and stats will jump in his second year. A steal with the 108th pick.
ROUND 10
NO. TEAM SELECTION
109 Max Work
NBA.com
Raymond Felton (PG)
Ugh, two rookie point guards as starters.
110 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
P.J. Brown (PF)
Probably a reach but I really needed the boards. Plus I've had him every year since 1997.
111 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Antonio Daniels (PG)
Sleeper play as starter in up-tempo offense.
112 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Desmond Mason (SG,SF)
The fact that Mason was on the board in Rd. 10 was a shock. He might have been one of the best steals of the draft.
113 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
J.R. Smith (SG,SF)
The Hornets may have a tough road with their No. 1 scorer just one year removed from high school.
114 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Jameer Nelson (PG)
If this determined talent wins the job at point, look out; if not, well, there's always the free-agent pool.
115 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Nenad Krstic (C)
Iíll feel better about this pick once Marc Jackson underachieves again.
116 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Luol Deng (SG,SF)
Wildcard should get more minutes and could score in the teens with six boards.
117 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Eddie Jones (SG,SF)
If he plays as many minutes a night as his age (33), Iíll be happy with what Eddieís all-around skills will give me.
118 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Chris Kaman (C)
Needed a center who got blocks and had beautiful flowing hair.
119 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Ricky Davis (SG,SF)
At this point you are looking for upside and Davis averaged 20/5/5 just two years ago.
120 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Rashad McCants (SG)
Love his upside this late in the draft as he could get big minutes replacing Spree.
ROUND 11
NO. TEAM SELECTION
121 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Ike Diogu (PF)
Potential starter makes for good reserve pick.
1222 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Erick Dampier (C)
It's very tough to pick up a center during the season so it's good to have depth here.
123 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Primoz Brezec (C)
Wanted another center since Chandler and Kaman are not the healthiest cats around, you dig?
124 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Morris Peterson (SG,SF)
Picked him up so I could ride his annual three week hot streak.
125 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Jerome James (PF,C)
See Haywood pick; if he starts, why canít he rack up the rebounds?
126 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Bonzi Wells (SF,SG)
Recipe for success: Send to Sacramento and watch scoring soar.
127 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Mehmet Okur (PF,C)
Okur gets to the charity stripe like nobody's business; once there, this center shoots 85%.
128 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Gerald Wallace (SG,SF)
I was shocked that Wallace didnít generate more interest on the free agent market.
129 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Vladimir Radmanovic (PF)
Radmanovic can be a useful three-point shooter when he's hot, but he'll be a reserve for most of the season.
130 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Mike Miller (SG,SF)
I have the South Dakota category wrapped up.
131 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Damon Jones (PG)
See Finley. He'd look really good playing next to LeBron. Can now deal a PG for a big man later.
132 Max Work
NBA.com
Marc Jackson (C,PF)
Starting PF for the Nets makes a solid backup for my team at forward and center.
ROUND 12
NO. TEAM SELECTION
133 Max Work
NBA.com
Delonte West (PG)
As of August, the leading candidate to be the starting point guard for the Celtics.
134 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Lorenzen Wright (SG,C)
A good backup at PF and C who on occasion puts up huge rebound numbers.
135 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Nazr Mohammed (C)
The Great Rasho Experiment is over.
136 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Latrell Sprewell (SG,SF)
Sprewell's best seasons are behind him, but a possible move to a new team could improve his numbers.
137 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Wally Szczerbiak (SG,SF)
The boys called me a ďhomerĒ for this pick, but check the sleeper article, I am feeling Wally this year.
138 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Maurice Williams (PG)
Third in the league in assists per 48 minutes last season (10.3); let the dude play.
139 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Matt Harpring (SF,SG)
Would have rather had Szczerbiak, but Iíll settle for next SG/SF on list.
140 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Kelvin Cato (C)
No, Iím not particularly proud of this either, but he might Ö no, letís leave it at that.
141 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Radoslav Nesterovic (C)
If I havenít already had my jump-the-shark moment, this pick certainly qualifies. But heís a center.
142 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Kenny Thomas (PF)
Heíll get a starter's minutes off the bench, and he is always underrated.
143 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Sean May (PF)
Someone has to score on the Bobcats, and May has a point guard that knows where he likes to get the ball.
144 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Raja Bell (SG,SF)
Continues to improve. May break out as Suns' sixth man.
ROUND 13
NO. TEAM SELECTION
145 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Bobby Jackson (SG)
New team and return to health could finally get him larger role.
146 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Gary Payton (PG)
He's on the downside of his career, but 11 ppg, six assists and two steals is solid depth.
147 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
James Posey (SF,SG)
With Shaq behind him, Posey can take chances. He might lead the league in steals this year.
148 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Mike Sweetney (PF)
No. 20 in the league in rebounds per 48 minutes. Hopefully Larry Brown knows this.
149 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Chucky Atkins (PG)
Fewer minutes in D.C., but should hit his threes. Heís my fifth guard.
150 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Jimmy Jackson (SG,SF)
Somebody has to pick up the scoring slack after Richardson's departure.
151 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Marquis Daniels (SG)
This late, take a flyer on a talent who's just an injury or slump away from the minutes of a starter.
152 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Eric Snow (PG)
October Snow in New York? Could happen.
153 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Jerry Stackhouse (SG,SF)
Another veteran whose best seasons are in the past, but he could become a valuable reserve in fantasy basketball.
154 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Earl Watson (PG)
Unemployed, but underrated if he starts.
155 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Charlie Villanueva (PF)
Not a big fan, but he's going to start at PF for the Raptors and I need the big man stats.
156 Max Work
NBA.com
Sarunas Jasikevicius (PG)
At this point in the draft, the unknown is better than the known.
ROUND 14
NO. TEAM SELECTION
157 Max Work
NBA.com
Eddie Griffin (SF)
Intrigued by a guy who could average over two blocks and two threes per game.
158 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Zaza Pachulia (C)
Starting at C in Atlanta he'll average 12 points, eight boards and 1.25 blocks minimum.
159 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Channing Frye (PF)
Center eligibility earned him a look.
160 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Mark Blount (PF,C)
Blount's numbers fell across the board last season, but he's a serviceable third center on my roster.
161 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Dan Gadzuric (C)
Color me odd, but I couldnít resist the Dutch dude they call Gadzilla.
162 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Nene (PF,C)
Solid insurance for the brittle Camby, plain and simple.
163 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Theo Ratliff (C)
Plain and simple, this was a category grab: blocks.
164 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Brevin Knight (PG)
Youíd think at some point heíd learn how to shoot; nine assists per game is impressive though.
165 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Andres Nocioni (PF,SF)
Love that Argentinian moxie. Also love the 25 points and 18 boards he hung on Washington in the playoffs.
166 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Mickael Pietrus (SF,SG)
He came on towards the end of last year, and Baron makes that whole team better.
167 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Bob Sura (PG,SG)
Sura is a serviceable point guard if he wins the job, and he contributes all over.
168 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Troy Hudson (PG)
Chance he could log big minutes at point guard after Cassell trade.
ROUND 15
NO. TEAM SELECTION
169 Peter Schoenke
Rotowire.com
Julius Hodge (SG)
Potential starter with my last pick! He showed flashes of greatness in college, so worth a shot here.
170 Steve Bloedow
fantasysportsmag.com
Chris Mihm (PF,C)
Getting a starting center in the final round is a no-brainer.
171 Matthew Berry
TalentedMr.Roto.com
NBA.com
Devin Harris (PG,SG)
Terry insurance.
172 Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
Hedo Turkoglu (SG,SF)
My Mr. Irrelevant wasnít so irrelevant in games he started last season (18.8 ppg).
173 Eric Karabell
ESPN.com
Reggie Evans (C, PF)
One last center and, like Jerome James, a beast on the boards.
174 George Winkler
The Sporting News
Earl Boykins (PG)
Just looking for a few assists here to round things out.
175 Brian Styers
USAToday.com
Salim Stoudamire (PG)
He shoots, he scores. More firepower at draft's end to bookend with McGrady.
176 Rick Kamla
NBA TV
Tony Allen (SG)
Hey, if heís cool with Danny and Doc, heís cool with me, too.
177 Michael Fabiano
CBS SportsLine.com
Shane Battier (SG,SF)
Battier is inconsistent but can be a decent source of three-pointers when he's on his game.
178 Court E. Mann
AOL Fantasy Sports
Hakim Warrick (PF)
Hoping one of these rooks can swat a few shots.
179 David Sabino
Sports Illustrated
Juan Dixon (PG,SG)
I wanted Hakim Warrick but Dixon shined at times with the Wiz and could be a steal playing for Portland.
180 Max Work
NBA.com
Martell Webster (SG)
My third rookie guard. Hopefully Webster will start for Portland at the two.


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