I pulled these from Adi's (Bleacher Report) (sorry...thought it was Bilas...will keep looking) top 30 and I'm satisfied with this draft...the one thing I did not want (a reach that "might" pan out) did not happen...I'll take dull for once if it gets us in the playoffs...
13. Derrick Brown - SF - Xavier
Brown is an intriguing player who can play shooting guard, small forward, and power forward, defend well at each position, and hit the outside shot. He has great athleticism and can be a great fit for a team that needs a player to take the pressure off some of its stars, both on offense and defense. He is one of the players that contributes to a winning franchise and does things that don't always show up in the stats.
Player Comparison: James Posey
17. Gerald Henderson - SG - Duke
Henderson is an athletic wing who can score both inside and outside. He has improved as a scorer and defender in his junior season and will prove to be a solid shooting guard for a team that needs him. He can be inconsistent and will continue to shoot even when he doesn't hit, but a team like Charlotte could really use him.
Player Comparison: John Salmons
18. Jrue Holiday - PG/SG - UCLA
Holiday is flying up the draft boards like hotcakes (yeah, that's right). Some mocks have him going as high to No. 4 to Sacramento, but I'm not buying the hype.
I am a man, and I will stand up for what is right, and I will speak my mind, like a man would. Holiday is going to struggle early in his career—this is almost a given.
An undersized shooting guard, whatever team takes him is going to make an attempt to convert him to point. When a team accepts that he is a scoring two-guard in a point guard's body, then he may blossom into a good role player.
Player Comparison: Jason Terry