Charlotte Bobcats own Hornets' first round pick (via Portland/Jerryd Bayless trade) from Gerald Wallace trade (top-seven protected in 2011, top-eight protected in 2012, 2013, 2014.)
Chicago Bulls own Heat's first-round pick (via Raptors/Chris Bosh trade) from James Johnson trade, Jazz's second-round pick from Carlos Boozer trade, and own Suns' second-round pick from Hakim Warrick trade.
Cleveland Cavaliers own Clippers' first-round pick from Mo Williams/Baron Davis trade
Detroit Pistons own Raptors' second-round pick from Carlos Delfino trade and own Nuggets' second-round pick from Aaron Afflalo trade.
Golden State Warriors own lesser of Bulls' second-round pick (either via Utah or Phoenix) from C.J. Watson trade and own Nets' second-round pick from Anthony Morrow trade (top-55 protected).
Houston Rockets own Suns first-round pick (lottery protected in 2011) from Aaron Brooks trade, right to swap first-round picks with Knicks from Tracy McGrady trade and own right to swap second-round picks with Clippers from Steve Novak trade.
Los Angeles Clippers own Timberwolves' first-round pick from Marko Jaric/Sam Cassell trade (top-10 protected in 2011, unprotected in 2012) and own Pistons' second-round pick from Alex Acker trade.
Los Angeles Lakers own Knicks' second-round pick from Toney Douglas trade and own Heat second-round pick from Patrick Beverly trade.
Miami Heat own Timberwolves' second-round pick from Michael Beasley trade.
Milwaukee Bucks own Bulls' second-round pick from Hakim Warrick trade.
Minnesota Timberwolves own Grizzlies' first-round pick (via Utah, Ronnie Brewer trade) from Al Jefferson trade (lottery protected in 2011, top-12 protected in 2012, top-10 protected in 2013, top-nine protected in 2014 and 2015.)
New Jersey Nets own Lakers' first-round pick from Joe Smith/Sasha Vujacic trade. (top-18 protected)
Sacramento Kings own Bucks' second-round pick from Jon Brockman trade.
Utah Jazz own Nets' first-round pick from Deron Williams trade.
Washington Wizards own Hawks' first-round pick from Kirk Hinrich trade.
No real objection to the Watkins pick for Cleveland in the 3rd, but if there is an olinemen there worthy of the pick it should be that. We need olinemen in a bad way. Also we are getting Desmond Bryant back and have Shelton, modern, and Nassib who is a promising prospect
Good mock draft. But as a life-long Raiders fan who watched every game I can tell you our LB corps was sufficient. The Media may not know names like Perry Riley Jr. or Ben Heeney but they played exceptionally well when called upon. An OLB to replace Malcolm Smith however would be a good idea. But I think we need a RB, one like D'onta Freeman or Dalvin Cook. Latavius is a poor RB who runs too upright and gives up at the end of runs. We can't always rely on Derek Carr to carry the team. Peppers is definitely an exceptional player but with Reggie Nelson, Karl Joseph, and of course, Khalil Mack, LB/S is not a pressing issue. Interior DL or RB.
What an exciting weekend of football that was and we're one step closer to the Super Bowl. Sadly, more teams have been set in their draft position after this weekend. Getting closer to the deadline to declare for the draft to help round out this draft class. As per usual please leave comments and reactions I always try to reply and give some feedback.