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2011 NBA Draft Results: Full List Of Second Round Picks

For the most part, anyone who's followed the run-up to the NBA Draft knows the first round picks well enough to at least recognize names and faces, while quickly rattling off the strengths and weaknesses of each prospect. With workouts, mock drafts and all the scouting reports one can handle, it's not hard to get intimately familiar with the top-flight prospects. But in the second round of the 2011 NBA Draft, and especially the back-end of the round, players come out of nowhere, and evaluations get a bit more dicey.

This year's draft was a prime example. Some of the familiar college names -- Shelvin Mack, Kyle Singler and many more -- were taken in the second round, but towards the end it appeared as though teams were flexing their scouting muscles and taking fliers on players who may or may not pan out. If the first round was about limiting risk and finding a capable contributor, the second was about the "upside" or any other buzzword you can think of.

Take, for example, picks No. 26 through No. 29. In order, Chukwudiebere Maduabum, Targuy Ngombo, Ater Majok and Adam Hanga were taken as the ESPN analysts threw their hands up and scrambled to find tape. Ngombo was a name that suddenly appeared just a few days before the draft and played last in Qatar. It was an interesting and fun way to end the draft, to say the least.

Here is the list of second round picks from ESPN. Hover over the T icon for trade details.

1 Miami  Bojan Bogdanovic (SF) 
2 Cleveland  Justin Harper (PF) Richmond 
3 Detroit Kyle Singler (SF) Duke 
4 Washington Shelvin Mack (PG) Butler 
5 Sacramento Tyler Honeycutt (SF) UCLA 
6 New Jersey Jordan Williams (C) Maryland 
7 LA Clippers Trey Thompkins (PF) Georgia
8 Houston Chandler Parsons (SF) Florida
9 Charlotte  Jeremy Tyler (PF) 
10 Milwaukee Jon Leuer (PF) Wisconsin 
11 LA Lakers Darius Morris (PG) Michigan 
12 Indiana  Davis Bertans (SF)
13 Chicago  Malcolm Lee (PG) UCLA
14 Golden State Charles Jenkins (PG) Hofstra 
15 New Orleans  Josh Harrellson (C) Kentucky
16 LA Lakers Andrew Goudelock (SG) Col Charl
17 LA Clippers Travis Leslie (SG) Georgia 
18 Atlanta Keith Benson (C) Oakland
19 Memphis Josh Selby (PG) Kansas 
20 Philadelphia Lavoy Allen (PF) Temple
21 Portland Jon Diebler (SG) Ohio St
22 Detroit Vernon Macklin (PF) Florida
23 Orlando DeAndre Liggins (SG) Kentucky
24 Cleveland Milan Macvan (PF) Serbia
25 Boston E'Twaun Moore (SG) Purdue
26 LA Lakers Chukwudiebere Maduabum (PF) Nigeria
27 Dallas Targuy Ngombo (SF)
28 LA Lakers Ater Majok (PF)
29 San Antonio Adam Hanga (SG)
30 Sacramento Isaiah Thomas (PG) Washington

The 2011 NBA Draft is in the books, but we're not done yet. Stay with this StoryStream for all of the 2011 NBA Draft results, check out our 2011 NBA Draft rumors and trades StoryStream for all the latest news from the NBA's craziest day, and hit our 2011 NBA Draft hub for full coverage of the draft, trades and the aftermath on Friday.

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