2010 NBA Draft: The Nets Have Three Draft Picks, Who Should Be Chosen

May 10th, 2010 by DeAnte Mitchell Leave a reply »
I can hear Stern now: With the first pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, the New Jersey Nets select, John Wall from the University of Kentucky.

Similar to the NFL Draft, we all have a feeling about whom is going to be selected with the first pick, and we all know the impact that Kentucky and the Big 12 is going to have in the first round.

But just like that when the draft day is over, the New Jersey Nets will walk away a much better team.

They are already said to be a team, that record did not match their roster. They have the two All-Star type players and a very good young player in Terrence Williams.

The one thing the lack the most is leadership.

With that said, everybody is expecting the New Jersey Nets to select John Wall No. 1 overall and so am I.

I believe John Wall can step right in and lead this team, IF he can adapt to the NBA game quicker than other rookies.

But we already know how much potential John Wall has and what he can do for this team, what about the Nets other draft pick?

The Nets also have the 27th pick in the draft and should be thinking these five guys.

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