NBA Mock Draft 2012: Warriors Should Look At Perry Jones, Jared Sullinger, Terrence Jones, John Henson

The Golden State Warriors have a good shot at landing a lottery pick in the 2012 NBA Mock Draft, and they might have another pick later in the first round. Of course, Golden State has so many needs, it's not quite clear exactly who they should take.

HoopsWorld releases its latest mock, and there is no clear consensus on who the Warriors should take if they manage a lottery pick. There's Jared Sullinger of the Ohio State Buckeyes, who could provide Golden State with a much-needed low post scorer to complement David Lee. Perry Jones provides Golden State with an elite athletic talent who translates well to the next level. Terrence Jones is an elite wing scorer and potential defender, and John Henson provides many similar attributes that could be valuable on a top team.

It's clear that unless Golden State lands a top-two pick, they're not going to be improving significantly going into next season, but getting any of these players would be a huge step up.

To talk about mock drafts with Warriors fans, head on over to Golden State of Mind.

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