With the 2011 NBA Draft lottery set to take place on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. EDT (ESPN), ESPN's NBA analyst Chad Ford has presented his 2011 NBA Lottery Mock Draft, predicting who each team will take with their selection.
Ford broke down the 2,184 potential lottery results and pegged a player to each team based on the current odds of which team will receive each pick.
In his first prediction, Ford has the Minnesota Timberwolves taking Duke point guard Kyrie Irving with the No. 1 overall pick and the Cleveland Cavaliers drafting Arizona's Derrick Williams with the second overall pick.
View Ford's complete predictions after the jump.
- Minnesota Timberwolves - Kyrie Irving (PG - Duke Blue Devils)
- Cleveland Cavaliers - Derrick Williams (F - Arizona Wildcats)
- Toronto Raptors - Enes Kanter (C - Kentucky Wildcats)
- Washington Wizards - Kawhi Leonard (F - San Diego St. Aztecs)
- Sacramento Kings - Brandon Knight (PG - Kentucky Wildcats)
- Utah Jazz - Kemba Walker (PG - Connecticut Huskies)
- Detroit Pistons - Bismack Biyombo (F-C - Democratic Republic of the Congo)
- Cleveland Cavaliers - Jan Vesely (F - Czech Republic)
- Charlotte Bobcats - Marcus Morris (F - Kansas Jayhawks)
- Milwaukee Bucks - Tristan Thompson (F - Texas Longhorns)
- Golden State Warriors - Jonas Valaciunas (C - BC Lietuvos Rytas)
- Utah Jazz - Alec Burks (G - Colorado Buffaloes)
- Phoenix Suns - Jimmer Fredette (G - BYU Cougars)
- Houston Rockets - Jordan Hamilton (G/F - Texas Longhorns)