2011 Draft Central

After going without a draft pick in 2010, the Nuggets certainly made a splash in the 2011, selecting Kenneth Faried with the 22nd overall pick and trading for veteran point guard Andre Miller. Denver also acquired the rights to No. 26 pick Jordan Hamilton and No. 56 selection Chu Chu Maduabum. Complete coverage is right here:
Miller's return, Faried's addition highligh Denver's big draft night
What they're saying about Kenneth Faried
Kenneth Faried teleconference transcript
Josh Kroenke, Masai Ujiri press conference transcript
Nuggets acquire Andre Miller, rights to Jordan Hamilton in three-team trade
Nuggets acquire rights to Chu Chu Maduabum

The Nuggets have begun holding individual workouts at the Pepsi Center as a part of their preparation for the 2011 NBA Draft. Individual player workouts are a huge part of the overall evaluation process each year. Nuggets.com has interviewed several draft prospects who attended the workouts.
  • June 17: Jacob Pullen (Kansas State)
  • June 17: Travis Leslie (Georgia)
  • June 17: Chris Singleton (Florida State)
  • June 8: Kenneth Faried (Morehead State) and Tobias Harris (Tennessee)
  • June 2: Cory Higgins (Colorado); WATCH VIDEO
  • June 2: Charles Jenkins (Hofstra)
  • June 1: Iman Shumpert (Georgia Tech)
  • June 1: Nolan Smith (Duke)

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    NBA.com: Nuggets 2011 Draft Overview
    NBA.com: 2011 Draft Prospect Database

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    2010 Elliot Williams, Memphis PTO
    2009 Victor Claver, Spain POR
    2008 Courtney Lee, W. Kentucky ORL
    2007 Jared Dudley, Boston College CHA
    2006 Marcus Williams, Connecticut NJ
    2005 Jarrett Jack, GeorgiaTech DEN
    2004 Viktor Khryapa, Russia NJ
    2003 Zoran Planinic, Croatia NJ
    2002 Casey Jacobsen, Stanford PHX
    2001 Jaryl Sasser, SMU ORL
    2000 Donnell Harvey, Florida NYK
    1999 Kenny Thomas, New Mexico HOU
    1998 Brian Skinner, Baylor LAC
    1997 Ed Gray, California ATL
    1996 Roy Rogers, Alabama VAN
    1995 George Zidek, UCLA CHA
    1994 Bill Curley, Boston College SAS
    1993 Chris Mills, Arizona CLE
    1992 Oliver Miller, Arkansas PHX
    1991 LeRon Ellis, Syracuse LAC
    1990 Tate George, Connecticut NJ
    1989 Byron Irvin, Missouri POR
    1988 Randolph Keys, S. Mississippi CLE
    1987 Reggie Lewis, Northeastern BOS
    1986 Scott Skiles, Michigan State MLW
    1985 Jerry Reynolds, LSU MIL
    1984 Tom Sewell, Lamar PHI
    1983 Randy Wittman, Indiana WAS
    1982 Mark McNamara, California PHI
    NBA Draft History | Nuggets Draft History

    NBATV: Nuggets 2011 Draft Preview


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    2011 DRAFT ORDER
    First Round
    1.) Cleveland Cavaliers, Kyrie Irving (Duke)
    2.) Minnesota Timberwolves, Derrick Williams (Arizona)
    3.) Utah Jazz, Enes Kanter (Turkey)
    4.) Cleveland Cavaliers, Tristan Thompson (Texas)
    5.) Toronto Raptors, Jonas Valanciunas (Lithuania)
    6.) Washington Wizards, Jan Vesely (Czech Republic)
    7.) Sacramento Kings, Bismack Biyombo (DR Congo)
    8.) Detroit Pistons, Brandon Knight, (Kentucky)
    9.) Charlotte Bobcats, Kemba Walker (Connecticut)
    10.) Milwaukee Bucks, Jimmer Fredette (BYU)
    11.) Golden State Warriors, Klay Thompson (Washington St.)
    12.) Utah Jazz, Alec Burks (Colorado)
    13.) Phoenix Suns, Markieff Morris (Kansas)
    14.) Houston Rockets, Marcus Morris (Kansas)
    15.) Indiana Pacers, Kawhi Leonard (San Diego St.)
    16.) Philadelphia 76ers, Nikola Vucevic (USC)
    17.) New York Knicks, Iman Shumpert (Georgia Tech)
    18.) Washington Wizards, Chris Singleton (Florida St.)
    19.) Charlotte Bobcats, Tobias Harris (Texas)
    20.) Minnesota Timberwolves, Donatas Motiejunas (Lithuania)
    21.) Portland Trail Blazers, Nolan Smith (Duke)
    22.) Denver Nuggets, Kenneth Faried (Morehead St.)
    23.) Houston Rockets, Nikola Mirotic (Spain)
    24.) Oklahoma City Thunder, Reggie Jackson (Boston College)
    25.) Boston Celtics, Marshon Brooks (Providence)
    26.) Dallas Mavericks, Jordan Hamilton (Texas)
    27.) New Jersey Nets, JaJuan Johnson (Purdue)
    28.) Chicago Bulls, Norris Cole (Cleveland State)
    29.) San Antonio Spurs, Corey Joseph (Texas)
    30.) Chicago Bulls, Jimmy Butler (Marquette)
    Second Round
    31.) Miami Heat, Bojan Bogdanovic (Bosnia)
    32.) Cleveland Cavaliers, Justin Harper (Richmond)
    33.) Detroit Pistons, Kyle Singler (Duke)
    34.) Washington Wizards, Shelvin Mack (Butler)
    35.) Sacramento Kings, Tyler Honeycutt (UCLA)
    36.) New Jersey Nets, Jordan Williams (Maryland)
    37.) Los Angeles Clippers, Trey Thompkins (Georgia)
    38.) Houston Rockets, Chandler Parsons (Florida)
    39.) Charlotte Bobcats, Jeremy Tyler (San Diego)
    40.) Milwaukee Bucks, John Leuer (Wisconsin)
    41.) Los Angeles Lakers, Darius Morris (Michigan)
    42.) Indiana Pacers, Davis Bertans (Latvia)
    43.) Chicago Bulls, Malcolm Lee (UCLA)
    44.) Golden State Warriors, Charles Jenkins (Hofstra)
    45.) New Orleans Hornets, Josh Harrelson (Kentucky)
    46.) Los Angeles Lakers, Andrew Goudelock (College of Charleston)
    47.) Los Angeles Clippers, Travis Leslie (Georgia)
    48.) Atlanta Hawks, Keith Benson (Oakland)
    49.) Memphis Grizzlies, Josh Selby (Kansas)
    50.) Philadelphia 76ers, Lavoy Allen (Temple)
    51.) Portland Trail Blazers, Jon Diebler (Ohio State)
    52.) Detroit Pistons, Vernon Macklin (Florida)
    53.) Orland Magic, DeAndre Liggins (Kentucky)
    54.) Cleveland Cavaliers, Milan Macvan (Serbia)
    55.) Boston Celtics, E'Twaun Moore (Purdue)
    56.) Los Angeles Lakers, Chukwudiebre Maduabum (Nigeria)
    57.) Dallas Mavericks, Targuy Ngombo (Congo)
    58.) Los Angeles Lakers, Ater Majok (Sudan)
    59.) San Antonio Spurs, Adam Hanga (Hungary)
    60.) Sacramento Kings, Isaiah Thomas (Washington)