Here is the first round of the 2011 NBA Draft...

1. Kyrie Irving (PG) - Cleveland Cavaliers
2. Derrick Williams (F) - Minnesota Timberwolves
3. Enes Kanter (C) - Utah Jazz
4. Tristan Thompson (F) - Cleveland Cavaliers
5. Jonas Valanciunas (C) - Toronto Raptors
6. Jan Vesely (F) - Washington Wizards
7. Bismack Biyombo (F) - Charlotte Bobcats via Sacramento Kings
8. Brandon Knight (G) - Detroit Pistons
9. Kemba Walker (PG) - Charlotte Bobcats
10. Jimmer Fredette (PG) - Sacramento Kings via Milwaukee Bucks
11. Klay Thompson (SG) - Golden State Warriors
12. Alec Burks (SG) - Utah Jazz
13. Markleff Morris (PF) - Houston Rockets
14. Marcus Morris (PF) - Houston Rockets
15. Kawhi Leonard (SF) - San Antonio Spurs via Indiana Pacers
16. Nikola Vucevic (C) - Philadelphia 76ers
17. Iman Shumpert (PG) - New York Knicks
18. Chris Singleton (SF - Washington Wizards
19. Tobias Harris (PF) - Milwaukee via Charlotte Bobcats
20. Donatas Motlejunas (PF) - Houston Rockets via Minnesota Timberwolves
21. Nolan Smith (SG) - Portland Trailblazers
22. Kenneth Faried (PF) - Denver Nuggets
23. Nikoa Mirotic (SF) - Chicago Bulls via Houston Rockets
24. Reggie Jackson (PG) - Oklahoma City Thunder
25. Marshon Brooks (SG) - New Jersey Nets via Boston Celtics
26. Jordan Hamilton (SF) - Denver Nuggets via Dallas Mavericks
27. JaJuan Johnson (PF) - Boston Celtics via New Jersey Nets
28. Norris Cole (PG) - Miami Heat via Chicago Bulls
29. Cory Joseph (PG) - San Antonio Spurs
30. Jimmy Butler (SF) - Chicago Bulls
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