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NBA Writers and Web Sites Pose Their Mock Drafts
There are a lot of "experts" out there trying to predict who the Warriors are going to select with the No. 6 pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. has combed through the Internet for you and compiled all their picks in one place. Check back often for new additions and updates!
    Last Updated: June 24, 2010, 10:36 a.m.
Career Highlights

  • 2009-10 Third-Team All-American Selection By The AP
  • 2009-10 All-Big East Conference First-Team Selection
  • 2010 Big East Conference All-Tournament Team
  • 2008-09 Big East Conference Rookie of the Year
  • 2007-08 McDonald's All-American Selection
  • Source/Comments

  • Interview
  • Warriors Facebook Fans
  • Rusty Simmons, San Francisco Chronicle: Best passer in Draft ... and he's 6-11.
  • Tom Ziller, AOL FanHouse: I must say it could be a real blast to see Stephen Curry and Monta Ellis dive backdoor for a Monroe bounce pass.
  • Jeff Goodman, He may not be a big-time athlete, but he knows how to play -- kind of like the Warriors' pick a year ago -- Stephen Curry.
  • Ryan McNeill, Hoops Addict
  • Dime Magazine: Offensively skilled big man with a high basketball IQ is too perfect for the Warriors’ offensively potent system.
  • Ryan Feldman, The Hoops Report
  • Tony Mejia, Pro Basketball News: His size and passing skills would make life easier for Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry.
  • Jonathan Feigen, The Sports Xchange/ Monroe would be the solid big man the Warriors have lacked.
  • Trey Kerby, Ball Don't Lie: His passing ability makes him a logical pick
  • Draft Depot
  •, Charlie Zegers: Monroe seems like the type of player Don Nelson would love to have.
  • Brian Levenson, He he gives you a legit center to play pick and roll with Curry.
  • He is a traditonal 4 who is big strong and plays better down low than on the perimeter.

  • EKPE UDOH, F, 6-10, 240, BAYLOR
    Career Highlights

  • 2009-10 All-American Third-Team Selection By Yahoo! Sports
  • 2009-10 All-Big 12 Conference Second-Team Selection
  • 2009-10 Big 12 Conference Defensive Player of the Year
  • 2007-08 Big Ten Conference All-Defensive Team Selection
  • 2005-06 Oklahoma McDonald's All-State Team Selection
  • Source/Comments

  • Interview
  • Marcus Thompson II, Contra Costa Times: Risky with a legit big man in Monroe here.
  • Jonathan Givony, Draft Express: He’s able to step out to the midrange and make an impact while also displaying the length and fluidity to get to the rim.
  • Chad Ford, If the Warriors keep the pick, they're deciding between Greg Monroe and Ekpe Udoh.
  • College Hoops Update: Udoh is a supreme interior defender and emerging scorer.
  • NBA Draft Room: Good explosiveness let's him block shots and guard the rim. On offense he can play with his back to the basket or step out and drain jumpers.
  • Dave Del Grande, The Sports Xchange/ Udoh fits the club's greatest need a whole lot better than Cousins.
  • Mike McGraw, The Sports Xchange/Yahoo! Sports: He’s mature, versatile and athletic, and his stock has been rising as he’s toured the league’s practice gyms.
  • Matt Steinmetz, CSN Bay Area: He can rebound, score a little and is an above average passer for a big man.

    Career Highlights

  • 2009-10 All-American Third-Team Selection ( &; Honorable Mention (AP)
  • 2009-10 All-ACC Second-Team Selection
  • 2009-10: Only ACC player to average double-double (15.8 ppg, 10.7 rpg)
  • 2008-09 Freshman All-American Selection
  • 2008-09: Unanimous Selection To ACC All-Freshman Team
  • Source/Comments

  • Interview
  • Christopher Reina, Real GM: Aminu was my first instinct for the Warriors weeks ago and he makes even more sense following the Corey Maggette trade.
  • More than just a highlight reel type player, Aminu would be a great fit on a team that wants to run and gun.
  • Steve Alexander, Rotoworld/NBC Sports: His stock is still rising and he could play meaningful minutes for the Warriors next season.
  • Jordan Schultz, AOL FanHouse: Aminu's best attributes are his scoring, insane athleticism, and of course, that little thing called upside.
  • Ridiculous Upside: Aminu is an athletic tweener that can play both forward spots in the Warriors offense - and we know how much Don Nelson loves to play Nellieball with versatile players all around the court.
  • Allen Moll, The Hoop Doctors: Aminu measured well at the combine with an amzing 7