2010 NBA Draft; You Are On The Clock: The Washington Wizards

June 17th, 2010 by Josh Dhani Leave a reply »
I am beginning a new series here on Bleacher Report. It will be long. There will be 70 articles in the series, and I hope to finish it before the 2010-11 NBA season starts. With the 2010 NBA Draft about a week away, I decided to preview who I think will be picked for each team. I will do 10 articles for the first 10 teams.

Then, once the draft is over, I will start writing articles on all 60 picks and tell you what I think and all of that. Today, the Washington Wizards hold the first pick in the NBA Draft. Here is what I think the team should do with their pick and how I think the team will fair with that pick. Ready? Let's begin!


The Washington Wizards are now on the clock for the first pick of the NBA Draft.

As commissioner David Stern walks up to the podium, he announces the first pick. Who will it be?

"With the first pick of the 2010 NBA Draft, the Washington Wizards select point guard out of Kentucky, John Wall."

Wizards' fans jump up in joy as their team selects the player who is most likely to be the NBA's next phenom.

Wall is a freshman out of Kentucky. Born on Sept. 6, 1990, Wall s ...

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