April 24, 2012; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob (right) and former general manager Larry Riley (right) motion for new general manager Bob Myers (center) to address a question from the media during a press conference before the game against the New Orleans Hornets at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Poll of the Day: Did the Golden State Warriors Make the Right Move in the Draft?

David Stern’s final draft pick announcement was Nemanja Nedovic, the Golden State Warriors’ selection at 30th overall on Thursday night.

It was certainly very interesting how the Warriors got the No. 30 pick after going into the draft without any selections.

The Warriors acquired the 26th overall pick and Malcolm Lee from the Minnesota Timberwolves for cash and a future second round pick, flipped that pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder at No. 29 for cash, then traded down again to No. 30 with the Phoenix Suns, who took Lee off the Warriors’ hands.

(There will be a short quiz on all that later).

Nedovic, who is from Serbia, is one of the top international prospects, and was projected to be chosen in the mid-to-late second round. He averaged 9.8 points and 2.1 assists in 10 games with Lietuvos Rytas in the Lithuanian Basketball League. He was a member of the under-20 Serbian national team from 2009-2011.

According to ESPN’s Chris Broussard, the Warriors do not plan on keeping Nedovic overseas for next season. Instead, they want to evaluate him in Summer League before making a decision.

There were certainly other formidable players on the board at No. 30, and it can be argued that Nedovic was a bit of a reach.

However, it appears that the Warriors had a gameplan, and nabbed the guy who they wanted all along.

Did the Warriors make the right move by trading into the draft? Should they have picked someone else?

Are you satisfied with what the Warriors did in the draft?

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