2010 NBA Mock Draft: Big Men the Big Story Early On

June 5th, 2010 by Josh Herman Leave a reply »
When it was announced that the Philadelphia 76ers had won the right for the second overall pick in this season’s draft, Washington Wizards owner Irene Pollin looked in shock as her team was the only one not called to that point. It seemed as if she didn’t even know what she’d won, and in consensus number one pick John Wall, Pollin didn’t exactly pull out the “John Wall Dance” that he’s made famous (although that would’ve made for the greatest draft lottery ever). Still, Pollin’s naivete towards this year’s draft could mean for a shake-up at the top. While some will say that Wall is easily the best player available, some have chirped that Evan Turner would be a better fit in Washington. However, should the Wizards feel the need for a post player instead, this year’s depth of big men could intrigue them. And with the upcoming monumental free agency period approaching, this could be one of the most unpredictable drafts in recent history. So, to channel a futuristic David Stern: With the first pick in the 2010 NBA draft, the Washington Wizards select...Begin Slideshow


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