2010 NBA Draft: Who Can Help the Golden State Warriors the Most, Part One

March 31st, 2010 by Ashwath Krishna Leave a reply »
In an ideal world, there would be no need to analyze the draft lottery and see who could benefit a team the most. Teams would simply pick the best player on the board and see how they plug in to their system.

In an ideal world, I'm also shagging Miranda Kerr, surfing all day, and driving a Ferrari instead of a Suzuki Alto. In short, not happening.

With that said, let's take a look at this year's draft lottery.

Currently, the Golden State Warriors have the third-best shot at the first overall pick. I have previously written an article as to why, if they win the prize, they should not go with the consensus and draft John Wall—in essence, it's because they already have a back-court made up of two short, ball-dominating guards who are very good at what they do in Steph Curry and Monta Ellis.

Worst case scenario is that Monta refuses to play nice and they send him out of town for a bigger guy who doesn't hog the ball as much. Adding Wall won't fix our problems (lack of defense and inside guys).

So who do we turn to? I decided to analyze some of the guys predicted to come after Wall and how they might fit into Golden State a ...

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