2010 NBA Mock Draft: And the Number One Pick Is…

May 11th, 2010 by Blake Mehigan Leave a reply »

On May 18th, a team will land an incredibly talented player. It's called the lottery, and there is no doubt about who the best player in the draft is.

John Wall.

Now the second-best player is, without a doubt, Evan Turner. But Wall is the prized piece. A team could be potentially turned around completely with their pick. The team probably hoping the most to get that top pick is New Jersey, who's futility almost reached a historic low this past season.

This will be part one of a two-part article, this will be going over just the lottery picks in the first round followed by picks 15-30. 

For all intensive purposes I'm going to assume the draft order goes by the odds of landing the top pick. Lets get it started.


1. New Jersey Nets - John Wall

Ok, yes, they do have Devin Harris. And yes, they are both fairly similar players, both are tall and super athletic point guards that are also great scorers. The fact is, any team that would earn the top pick in the draft, aside from maybe the Timberwolves, would be insane not to pick Wall. He has been the consensus number one pic ...

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