2010 NBA Draft First Round Preview

December 27th, 2009 by Mr. Christopher Leave a reply »
As of press time there are many teams competing—for lack of a better word—for the worst record in the NBA. Though no team has played more than 30 games there are still six clubs with less than ten wins. The New Jersey Nets, off to the worst start in team history, still hold on to the top spot by a few games and get the chance to pick first.

1. New Jersey Nets: John Wall PG/Kentucky

Easily the most productive and valuable freshman thus far in the college game, 6'4" dynamo John Wall does it all for his Kentucky Wildcats. Wall leads the team in points, assists, steals, and minutes played.

Already possessing the "it" factor that has made past NBA greats special, Wall is continuing to improve on his weaknesses each day in Lexington including improving his supposed weakness from behind the arc to shoot over 40% from three-point range.

Wall has the natural size and lightning speed to step on an NBA court tomorrow and make plays that few in the world can make.

No matter which team wins the NBA lottery it is quite clear who will be shaking David Stern's hand first.

2. Minnesota Timberwolves: Al-Farouq A ...

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