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m_dl05 asked in SportsBasketball · 1 decade ago

What are your NBA and WNBA 2007 Draft predictions?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    That's hard because there are probably some great players in Europe that I haven't seen that will great drafted high. Last year Bargnani was a #1 pick. But here is a stab at the top 5 college players to get drafted assuming they all come out.

    NBA

    1. Greg Oden, center, Ohio State

    2. Kevin Durant, forward, Texas

    3. Joakim Noah, forward/center, Florida

    4. Jeff Green, forward, Georgetown

    5. Alando Tucker, forward, Wisconsin

    WNBA

    1. Jessica Davenport, forward, Ohio State

    2. Noelle Quinn, guard, UCLA

    3. Lindsey Harding, guard, Duke

    4. Tiffany Jackson, forward/center, Texas

    5. Armintie Price, guard, Mississippi

  • NBA Top 15:

    1. Memphis Grizzlies - Kevin Durant

    2. Boston Celtics - Greg Oden

    3. Milwaukee Bucks - Darren Collison

    4. Atlanta Hawks - Al Horford

    5. Charlotte Bobcats - Brandon Rush

    6. Portland Trailblazers - Joakim Noah

    7. Philadelphia 76ers - Roy Hibbert

    8. Seattle SuperSonics - Cory Brewer

    9. Minnesota Timberwolves - Alando Tucker

    10. Sacramento Kings - Acie Law IV

    11. Indiana Pacers - AJ Graves

    12. Golden State Warriors - Arron Afflalo

    13. New York Knicks - Lee Humphrey

    14. New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets - Aaron Gray

    15. Orlando Magic - Jeff Green

    WNBA Top 10:

    1. Chicago Sky - Candace Parker

    2. Minnesota Lynx - Ivory Latta

    3. New York Liberty - Courtney Paris

    4. San Antonio Silver Stars - Alexis Hornbuckle

    5. Phoenix Mercury - Alison Bales

    6. Washington Mystics - Crystal Langhorne

    7. Seattle Storm - Sylvia Fowles

    8. Houston Comets - Kristi Toliver

    9. Indiana Fever - Renee Montgomery

    10. Sacramento Monarchs - Kia Vaughn

    By the way, there aren't even 15 WNBA teams.

  • 1 decade ago

    WNBA

    I'm going with:

    1) Phoenix Mercury - Tiffany Jackson, forward/center, Texas

    2)San Antonio Silver Stars - Jessica Davenport, center, Ohio State

    3) Chicago Sky - Allison Bales, center, Duke

    4) Minnesota Lynx - Lindsey Harding, guard, Duke

    5) New York Liberty - Bernice Mosby, forward, Baylor

    6) Washington Mystics - Camille Little, forward, North Carolina

    7) Seattle Storm - Ivory Latta, guard, North Carolina

    8) Houston Comets - Armintie Price, guard, Mississippi

    9) Indiana Fever - Brooke Smith, center, Stanford

    10) Chicago Sky - Katie Gearlds, guard, Purdue

    11) Detroit Shock - Carla Thomas, forward, Vanderbilt

    12) Connecticut Sun - Noelle Quinn, guard, UCLA

    13) Connecticut Sun - Eshaya Murphy, guard, USC

    God that was hard. It seems that alsmost every team is looking for a post player with mobility.

    There are 41 guards, 40 forwards, and 16 centers entering this years draft. A tad bit lop-sided in what is needed and what is available.

    So the only thing that will ruin this is if a team takes a great player they don't need in order to secure a trade.

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    3 years ago

    Out of all of the communities that are going first, I are awaiting that this can be the 1st 5 ideas (if all determine to bypass): a million. Kevin Durant 2. Greg Oden 3. Johakim Noah 4. Alando Tucker 5. Tyler Handsborough

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  • Josh D
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    1 decade ago

    I don't have any. I just hope they draft some good players in the NBA and WNBA.

  • Chad K
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    1 decade ago

    Ping pong balls bounce the Wolves way and they get Durant.

  • 1 decade ago

    i think kevin durant should go with boston and greg oden with the grizzles

  • i think that with the Mavericks luck they get First round pick and they Pick Greg ODEN!

  • 1 decade ago

    wnba? lol...

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