Celtics Draft Picks 2011: Boston Gets JaJuan Johnson, E'Twaun Moore

The 2011 NBA Draft is in the books, and the Boston Celtics came away wit a pair of Purdue Boilermakers, JaJuah Johnson and E'Twaun Moore.

Johnson, a forward/center from Purdue, averaged 20.5 points and 8.6 rebounds last season for the Boilermakers. In addition, Johnson averaged 2.3 blocks per game and shot 49.4 percent from the field last year.

Boston originally drafted Marshon Brooks, the nation's second-leading scorer last season, at No. 25 overall, but they immediately traded him to the New Jersey Nets in exchange for the rights to Johnson, who the Nets drafted at No. 27 overall, and a second round pick in 2014.

Moore, who averaged 18 points and 3.2 assists last season with the Boilermakers, was the second player from Purdue acquired in the draft by the Celtics. Moore's best game last season came against Ohio State when he scored a season-high 38 points, making seven three-pointers in the process. Moore scored over 30 points in three games last year and totaled more than 20 on 11 occasions.

Here are the final results from Thursday night's draft.

2011 NBA Draft - Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

First Round

  1. Cleveland Cavaliers - Kyrie Irving (PG - Duke)
  2. Minnesota Timberwolves - Derrick Williams (PF/SF - Arizona)
  3. Utah Jazz - Enes Kanter (C - Turkey)
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers - Tristan Thompston (SF - Texas)
  5. Toronto Raptors - Jonas Valanciunas (PF - Lithuania)
  6. Washington Wizards - Jan Vesley (PF - Czech Republic)
  7. Charlotte Bobcats - Bismack Biyombo (PF - Congo)
  8. Detroit Pistons - Brandon Knight (PG - Kentucky)
  9. Charlotte Bobcats - Kemba Walker (PG - Connecticut)
  10. Sacramento Kings - Jimmer Fredette (SG - Brigham Young)
  11. Golden State Warriors - Klay Thompson (SG - Washington State)
  12. Utah Jazz - Alec Burks (SG - Colorado)
  13. Phoenix Suns - Markieff Morris (PF - Kansas)
  14. Houston Rockets - Marcus Morris (PF - Kansas)
  15. San Antonio Spurs - Kawhi Leonard (SF - San Diego State)
  16. Philadelphia 76ers - Nikola Vusevic (PF - UFC)
  17. New York Knicks - Iman Shumpert (PG - Georgia Tech)
  18. Washington Wizards - Chris Singleton (SF - Florida State)
  19. Milwaukee Bucks - Tobias Harris (SF - Tennessee)
  20. Houston Rockets - Donatas Motiejunas (C - Lithiuania)
  21. Portland Trail Blazers - Nolan Smith (PG - Duke)
  22. Denver Nuggets - Kenneth Faried (PF - Morehead State)
  23. Chicago Bulls - Nikola Mirotic (PF - Serbia)
  24. Oklahoma City Thunder - Reggie Jackson (PG/SG - Boston College)
  25. New Jersey Nets - Marshon Brooks (SG - Providence)
  26. Dallas Mavericks - Jordan Hamilston (SF - Texas)
  27. Boston Celtics - JaJuan Johnson (PF - Purdue)
  28. Miami Heat - Norris Cole (PG - Cleveland State)
  29. San Antonio Spurs - Cory Joseph (PG - Texas)
  30. Chicago Bulls - Jimmy Butler (SF - Marquette)
Second Round

  1. Miami Heat - Bojan Bogdanovic
  2. Cleveland Cavaliers - Justin Harper
  3. Detroit Pistons - Kyle Singler
  4. Washington Wizards - Shelvin Mack
  5. Sacramento Kings - Tyler Honeycutt
  6. New Jersey Nets - Jordan Williams
  7. Los Angeles Clippers - Try Thompkins
  8. Houston Rockets - Chandler Parsons
  9. Charlotte Bobcats - Jeremy Tyler
  10. Milwaukee Bucks - Jon Leuer
  11. Los Angeles Lakers - Darius Morris
  12. Indiana Pacers - Davis Bertrans
  13. Chicago Bulls - Malcolm Lee
  14. Golden State Warriors - Charles Jenkins
  15. New Orleans Hornets - Josh Harrellson
  16. Los Angeles Lakers - Andrew Goudeloc
  17. Los Angeles Clippers - Travis Leslie
  18. Atlanta Hawks - Keith Benson
  19. Memphis Grizzlies - Josh Selby
  20. Philadelphia 76ers - Lavoy Allen
  21. Portland Trail Blazers - Jon Diebler
  22. Detroit Pistons - Vernon Macklin
  23. Orlando Magic - DeAndre Liggins
  24. Cleveland Cavaliers - Milan Macvan
  25. Boston Celtics - E'Twaun Moore
  26. Los Angeles Lakers - C. Maduabum
  27. Dallas Mavericks - Targuy Ngombo
  28. Los Angeles Lakers - Ater Majok
  29. San Antonio Spurs - Adam Hanga
  30. Sacramento Kings - Isaiah Thomas

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