Best remembered as the draft when Greg Oden was drafted before Kevin Durant, the effects of the 2007 NBA Draft are still being felt today. Some teams hit the jackpot with their picks while others missed out on big prospects.

Hindsight is 20/20 but if teams could go back to 2007 knowing how things would turn out, how would the draft unfold?

1. Portland Trail Blazers

Original NBA Draft Pick: Greg Oden

New Pick: Kevin Durant

Oden was the top prospect in the draft according to most experts so you can't fault Portland for drafting him here. If injuries hadn't completely ruined his career, Oden looked like he could've been quite the player.

Regardless, Durant is the obvious pick here as the lanky forward is one of the best scorers in NBA history and is still building on his legacy today.

2. Seattle SuperSonics

Original NBA Draft Pick: Kevin Durant

New Pick: Al Horford

Unfortunately, Seattle misses out on Durant in this re-draft but at least they get Horford which is quite the nice consolation prize. A five-time All-Star and All-Defensive team standout, Horford has been one of the league's most underrated players since he was drafted.

3. Atlanta Hawks

Original NBA Draft Pick: Al Horford

New Pick: Marc Gasol

Gasol skyrockets from his original draft position of No. 48 all the way up to the third pick. I could've easily picked the former Defensive Player of the Year to go with the second pick but regardless, Gasol has been an excellent pro over the last 12 seasons and there's no way he lasts very long in this re-draft.

4. Memphis Grizzlies

Original NBA Draft Pick: Mike Conley

New Pick: Mike Conley

The Grizzlies got this one exactly right. Never mind the fact that Conley has somehow never made an All-Star appearance in his entire career, the former Ohio State standout is the best guard in this entire draft class.

Conley had been the face of the Grizzlies for a decade before being traded to the Utah Jazz last offseason.

5. Boston Celtics

Original NBA Draft Pick: Jeff Green

New Pick: Joakim Noah

He may be without a job now but you don't have to go back too far to see that Noah was once an elite center in the NBA. Noah was never a great scorer but you'd be hard-pressed to find a player with more energy, aggressiveness and attitude than the 6-foot-11 center.

While Green would be used to acquire Ray Allen from Seattle, it's hard not to get excited about seeing Noah in Boston.

6. Milwaukee Bucks

Original NBA Draft Pick: Yi Jianlian

New Pick: Thaddeus Young

Yi Jianlian was supposed to follow in the steps of Yao Ming as the next big Chinese sensation in basketball. That didn't come to fruition.

While there is a bit of a drop off in quality at pick No. 6, but make no mistake Thaddeus Young has been a very solid player for over a decade and offers versatility at the forward spot as he can do a bit of everything.

7.  Minnesota Timberwolves

Original NBA Draft Pick: Corey Brewer

New Pick: Jeff Green

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While Green never really lived up to the hype he had coming out of UConn, the athletic 6-foot-8 forward has enjoyed a 12-year NBA career that is still going. Most effective as a third scoring option on a team, Green's best statistical season came in his second year when he averaged 16.5 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

8. Charlotte Hornets

Original NBA Draft Pick: Brandan Wright (traded to the Golden State Warriors)

New Pick: Arron Afflalo

Wright was never more than a solid big off the bench during his career. On the other hand, Afflalo was an excellent complimentary piece for teams like the Orlando Magic and Denver Nuggets.

The 6-foot-5 shooting guard averaged 16.7 points per game on 46/38/82 shooting splits in a three-year span during his crime.

9. Chicago Bulls

Original NBA Draft Pick: Joakim Noah

New Pick: Wilson Chandler

While the Bulls lose out on getting their defensive anchor, that doesn't mean they cant find value here. Chandler is still a contributor in the NBA at 33 years old but his prime came in his days with the Nuggets and New York Knicks where he served as an athletic forward that could score, rebound and defend.

10. Sacramento Kings

Original NBA Draft Pick: Spencer Hawes

New Pick: Jared Dudley

While Dudley hasn't played impactful minutes in a while, there's a reason that the 34-year-old veteran has lasted this long in the NBA.

For one, Dudley is seen as a great locker room guy but more importantly, Dudley offers solid perimeter defense and shooting (career 39.4 percent 3-point shooter).

11. Atlanta Hawks 

Original NBA Draft Pick: Acie Law

New Pick: Rodney Stuckey

The Hawks struck out with their second lottery pick of the draft by selecting Acie Law but in this re-do, they address the guard position after getting Gasol earlier.

Stuckey may have not had as long of a career as others on this list but the 6-foot-5 combo guard averaged double-digit points in seven of his 10 seasons and was a solid contributor anywhere he played.

12. Philadelphia 76ers

Original NBA Draft Pick: Thaddeus Young

New Pick: Spencer Hawes

Hawes would have the best stretch of his career with the 76ers but that wouldn't come to fruition until the 2010-11. In this draft, Philly gets the 7-foot-1 center a few seasons earlier.

13. New Orleans Hornets

Original NBA Draft Pick: Julian Wright

New Pick: Marco Belinelli

Wright never did much in the league. On the other hand, Belinelli's NBA career is still going.

The Italian sharpshooter has played for an incredible nine different teams throughout his career but the thing that remains constant is Belinelli's ability to knock down shots from beyond the arc.

14. Los Angeles Clippers

Original NBA Draft Pick: Al Thornton

New Pick: Ramon Sessions 

Sessions was a backup point guard for the majority of his career but nonetheless, he served that role well. The veteran journeyman was never anything too special but he did have a few seasons of averaging double-digit points and did offer value as a facilitator.