56. Minnesota Timberwolves -- Hamady N'Diaye, Center, Rutgers
N'Diaye has a 7-foot-4 wingspan. He was a frightful shot-blocker, closing down the paint for Rutgers, though his offensive game is, as you might have guessed, euphemistically a work in progress.
57. Indiana Pacers -- Ryan Reid, Forward, Florida State
There are bad picks and then are completely jaw-dropping inexplicable ones. This was the latter. Even draft guru Kevin Givony of Draft Express couldn't believe this one:
And in a since-deleted tweet, Givony wondered if Reid -- who averaged 6.8 points and 4 rebounds a game for Florida State this past season -- was the worst player drafted since they moved to just two rounds.
Yeah, it was that big a head-scratcher.
58. Los Angeles Lakers -- Derrick Caracter, Forward, UTEP
There were rumors that the Lakers were going to move this pick to the Nuggets, although that appears to not be the case now. Caracter has good moves in the post, although his conditioning and motivation have dogged him as concerns throughout his career.
59. Orlando Magic -- Stanley Robinson, UConn
This is a home run for the second to last pick of the draft; Robinson is older and lacks anything resembling touch from the outside, but he's an elite athlete who can get up and down the court and finish at the rim. Much more than you can say about Ryan Reid.
60. Phoenix Suns -- Dwayne Collins, Forward, Miami
Collins is big (6-foot-8) and athletic. That alone should give him a chance to stick with the still up-tempo Suns.