2010 NBA Draft Results: League Is Getting Younger

June 26th, 2010 by Troy Sparks Leave a reply »
By Troy Sparks

Most of the early entry participants in the first round of NBA Draft left school for a guaranteed two-year contract with another two-year option that comes along with it.

Everyone expected Kentucky's John Wall to be the top pick for the Washington Wizards.

Four of his ex-college teammates decided to leave the Wildcats, too.

And the funny thing is, they were among the 30 players picked in the first round, breaking a record of four players from the same school selected in the first round.

DeMarcus Cousins has some potential.  I think he's an immature 19-year-old.

I heard he was too fat and out of shape. 

Their coach, John Calipari, said on TV that both of them had their moments, and he compared the communication between them as family arguing with each other every once in a while.

Eric Bledsoe and Daniel Orton had no business being picked in the first round.  Patrick Patterson was a safe pick for Houston.

But who is Wes Johnson, Paul George, Elliot Williams and Trevor Booker?

I gues ...

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