Derrick Rose Tops 2008 First Round NBA Mock Draft

Charlie McGrawContributor IJune 26, 2008

1. Chicago Bulls- Derrick Rose, Memphis

2. Miami Heat- Michael Beasley, Kansas State

3. Minnesota Timberwolves- O.J. Mayo, USC

4. Seattle Supersonics- Brook Lopez, Stanford

5. Memphis Grizzlies- Kevin Love, UCLA

6. New York Knicks- Eric Gordon, Indiana

7. LA. Clippers- Russell Westbrook, UCLA

8. Milwaukee Bucks- Jerryd Bayless, Arizona

9. Charlotte Bobcats- Joe Alexander, West Virginia

10. New Jersey Nets- Danilo Gallinari, Italy

11. Indiana Pacers- D.J. Augustine, Texas

12. Sacramento Kings- Anthony Randolph, LSU

13. Portland Trail Blazers- Kosta Koufos, Ohio State

14. Golden State Warriors- DeAndre Jordan, Texas A&M

15. Phoenix Suns- Brandon Rush, Kansas

16. Philadelphia 76ers- Donte Green, Syracuse

17. Indiana Pacers- Alexis Ajinca, France

18. Washington Wizards- Marreese Speights, Florida

19. Cleveland Cavaliers- Mario Chalmers, Kansas

20. Charlotte Bobcats- Robin Lopez, Stanford

21. New Jersey Nets- JaVale McGee, Nevada

22. Orlando Magic- Jason Thompson, Rider

23. Utah Jazz- Chris Douglas-Roberts, Memphis

24. Seattle Supersonics- Courtney Lee, Western Kentucky

25. Houston Rockets- Roy Hibbert, Georgetown

26. San Antonio Spurs- Nicolas Batum, France

27. Portland Trail Blazers- Serge Ibaka, Spain

28. Memphis Grizzlies- Bill Walker, Kansas State

29. Detroit Pistons- J.J. Hickson, NC State

30. Boston Celtics- Ryan Anderson, California

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