Miami Heat: Josh Selby, G, Kansas, 6-3, Fr.
Since the point guard position remains an Achilles' heel for the Heat, expect them to snag one here. Miami would go with talent over experience here and grab Josh Selby over a player like Shelvin Mack.
Milwaukee Bucks: Malcolm Lee, G, UCLA, 6-5, Jr.
Scott Skiles loves defense and Malcolm Lee is one of the top perimeter defenders in the 2011 NBA Draft.
Los Angeles Lakers: Bojan Bogdanovic, G/F, Croatia, 6-7, 1989
Since they have four second-round picks, the Lakers can take a foreign talent like Bojan Bogdanovic.
Indiana Pacers: Andrew Goudelock, PG, Charleston, 6-3, Sr.
T.J. Ford is a free agent so the Pacers could look to add a backup to Darren Collison. Andrew Goudelock�s ability to shoot the ball should find him a spot on a roster.
Chicago Bulls: Trey Thompkins, PF, Georgia, 6-10, Jr.
Trey Thompkins is a great value this late. He could provide the Bulls with even more frontcourt depth.
Memphis Grizzlies: Greg Smith, F/C, Fresno State, 6-9, So.
With Marc Gasol a restricted free agent, the Grizzlies could use another body inside.
Phiadelphia 76ers: David Lighty, G/F, Ohio State, 6-6, Sr.
David Lighty would give the 76ers a versatile wing player who can defend in case Andre Iguodala is traded.'
Portland Blazers: Diante Garrett, PG, Iowa State, 6-4, Sr.
If the Blazers do not grab a point guard in the first round, they should look to do so here. Diante Garrett has emerged as a legit second-round prospect due to his performance in recent workouts.
Detroit Pistons: Jereme Richmond, SF, Illinois, 6-7, Fr.
The Pistons can afford to roll the dice with their third pick of the 2011 NBA Draft. Jereme Richmond is incredibly athletic but still very raw.
Orlando Magic: Willie Reed, PF, St. Louis, 6-9, Jr.
Willie Reed gives Orlando another option at power forward besides Brandon Bass and Ryan Anderson.
Cleveland Cavaliers: Scotty Hopson, SG, Tennessee, 6-7, Jr.
The Cavs grab more depth on the wing with their fourth pick of the 2011 NBA Draft.
Boston Celtics: DeAndre Liggins, G/F, Kentucky, 6-6, Jr.
The Celtics could use some depth on the wing behind Paul Pierce and Ray Allen.
Los Angeles Lakers: Ben Hansbrough, G, Notre Dame, 6-3, Sr.
Derek Fisher is not getting any younger and Ben Hansbrough could stick on a roster due to his hard work and three-point range.
Dallas Mavericks: Michael Dunigan, C, USA, 6-10, 1989
The Mavs could use some insurance in the frontcourt in case Tyson Chandler leaves via free agency.
Los Angeles Lakers: Rick Jackson, PF, Syracuse, 6-9, Sr.
With Joe Smith and Theo Ratliff free agents, and Andrew Bynum always banged up, Rick Jackson gives the Lakers a frontcourt option who can bang down low.
San Antonio Spurs: Malcolm Thomas, F, San Diego State, 6-8, Sr.
Malcolm Thomas is worth a late draft flier to possibly serve as a backup to Richard Jefferson.
Sacramento Kings: Cory Joseph, PG, Texas, 6-3, Fr.
I know I have the Kings taking Kemba Walker in the first round, but Cory Joseph is worth the risk with the final pick of the 2011 NBA Draft.
i like quite a few of your picks, but as a 49er fan your first sentence for their pick doesn't make sense. they have spent 1st rnd picks in consecutive years on 3-4 DE's (Armstead and Buckner). and with Saleh as the new DC, they may switch to a eagle down D that only uses 2 DT, sometimes they move speed rushers inside, so that would clog up the depth chart adding a 3rd Interior DL. They desperately need OLine help, and pretty much everything else, but DLine isnt really a need, it would just be nice to have another one. Not saying they wont pick Allen, just saying its not a dyer need right away. Good mock tho, dont mean to sound too negative!
Besides left tackle, running back is the only position the Browns do not need an upgrade. I don't care how good Fournette is, they can't afford to use a first rounder on him when they have holes at so many other positions. Also they already cut Josh McCown and Tramon Williams.