2012 NBA Draft Results: Jeff Taylor, Draymond Green Come Off The Board To Start The 2nd Round

The first round of the 2012 NBA draft may be in the books, but there are still 30 more players to hear their name called in the second round.

The Charlotte Bobcats got the action started in the second round when they selected Jeff Taylor from Vanderbilt with the No. 31 pick. Taylor, a senior small forward, was the second straight player selected from Vanderbilt.

The Wizards were next on the clock and they took Tomas Satoransky with the No. 32 pick. Satoransky, a guard from Spain, became the second international player selected.

Cleveland was next up with two selections, although both picks will go to the Dallas Mavericks as part of an earlier trade. With the No. 33 pick, Cleveland selected Bernard James, a center from Florida State. With the No. 34 selection, the Cavs took Jae Crowder from Marquette.

Next up in the second round was Golden State who selected Michigan State star Draymond Green with the No. 35 pick.

Follow our 2012 NBA Draft results StoryStream for live pick-by-pick coverage. Check out our NBA Draft hub for analysis, draft grades, videos and more.

For more on the Bobcats, please visit Rufus On Fire. For more on the Wizards, please visit Bullets Forever and SB Nation D.C. For more on the Cavaliers, please visit Fear The Sword and SB Nation Cleveland. For more on the Warriors, please visit Golden State Of Mind and SB Nation Bay Area. For more on the Mavericks, visit Mavs Moneyball and SB Nation Dallas.

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