2010 NBA Draft: Is Evan Turner or John Wall the No. 1 Pick?

April 12th, 2010 by Kevin Berger Leave a reply »
Pondering the NBA Draft…

We’ll start with a couple of bits of good news for the team drafting first in the 2010 NBA draft. First, the top two candidates to go No. 1 aren’t 7 footers with calcium deficiencies. Second, the team drafting first won’t be the Portland Trailblazers.

Between John Wall and Evan Turner, likely the first two picks in this draft, there aren’t any Sam Bowie or Greg Oden gaffes possible here. But there is a solid chance for a proverbial “miss,” relatively speaking.

Here’s why.

Each of these two players has a weakness meaning neither is a can’t miss superstar on par with Kevin Durant or Carmelo Anthony.

John Wall

First, the masses’ choice to be the first pick in draft is John Wall. The kid’s as a explosive a guard prospect as there’s been since Allen Iverson .

He can handle, and is quick enough with the basketball to get virtually anywhere on the floor he wants with the dribble. He does things with the ball on a string that would make Kenny Anderson blush.

Oh, by the way, when ...

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