6. Minnesota Timberwolves- Demar Derozan
(Needs: SG, C)
The T-Wolves could really use an upgrade at every position. They made a big trade on draft day to get Kevin Love and Mike Miller for O.J. Mayo, but so far it is looking like the Grizzlies got the better end of the trade (when can you ever say that). Minnesota could really use a 2-guard right here who can score points and compliment Sebastian Telfair in the backcourt.
7. Golden State Warriors- Jordan Hill
(Needs: PF, PG)
I think the Warriors could go two ways with this pick. Monta Ellis is looking to be more of a shooting guard than a point guard, so it is possible the Warriors could take Brandon Jennings with this pick or Tyreke Evans if he is left. They also need a big man to hold down the fort with Biendrins, so I like the Warriors to take Hill with this pick. At this point in the draft, some would view the former Arizona Wildcat as a steal.
8. New York Knicks- Stephen Curry
(Needs: PG, C)
I don't know if Steph Curry is the best player left at this point in the draft, but I think he will be able to fit in nicely in the Knicks' run and gun offense. Jennings could once again be a possible pick here, but if the Knicks are going to get "you know who" in 2010, Curry would make a better backcourt companion to LBJ than Jennings would.
9. Toronto Raptors- Gerald Henderson
(Needs: SG, C)
An aging Anthony Parker (33 years old) just will not cut it anymore for the Raptors. Toronto has solid pieces to build around in Bosh, Calderon, and Bargnani, and Henderson would fit in nicely to round out the Rap's starting five. If they could get their acts together, these guys should be able to make a run at one of the lower seeds in the playoffs next year.
10. Miluakee Bucks- Brandon Jennings
(Needs: PG, PF)
An absolute steal for the Bucks at number 10. Jrue Holiday is a possible option here as is Dajuan Blair. The Bucks have a lot of work to do, and Brandon Jennings could be a nice start for them.
Picks 11-15 will be coming later