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Question of the Day
9. DETROIT (25-41)
JEREMY LAMB, F, CONNECTICUT
The Pistons won a title in 2004 with Richard Hamilton, and now they could grab another swingman from Connecticut with a similar game.
10. NEW ORLEANS (21-45, from Minnesota via Clippers).
AUSTIN RIVERS, G, DUKE
Because this pick came in the deal that sent Chris Paul out, how about bringing another point guard in?
11. PORTLAND (28-38)
TYLER ZELLER, C, NORTH CAROLINA
After addressing a backcourt need with their first pick, the Trail Blazers can go big with this one.
12. HOUSTON (34-32, from Milwaukee)
KENDALL MARSHALL, G, NORTH CAROLINA
If the Rockets keep all of them, this starts a run of three picks in the next seven selections. That wouldn’t be the preferred plan, as the Rockets hope to package the picks in a deal to land an elite player.
13. PHOENIX (33-33)
JOHN HENSON, F/C, NORTH CAROLINA
The Suns have forever been looking for someone who can provide some interior defense. By picking yet another North Carolina player, they can find the two-time ACC Defensive Player of the Year.
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