2010 NBA Mock Draft: Derrick Favors Falling, Avery Bradley On The Rise

June 7th, 2010 by Ryan Virgin Leave a reply »
For the second part of this three part series, you will see some major changes in terms of the draft lottery and there is a trade or two in store for those that like drama and risk. This is an exciting draft. From first to 30th pick, you have talent in all aspects of the field. You have a glaringly strong big man class, one that could yield two Rookie of the Year Candidates. The draft class holds a wide variety of athletic small forwards, many of which could become fan favorites. And finally you have the prize of the draft, John Wall. In my opinion, DeMarcus Cousins is a more polished basketball player, he has the size, strength, drive (on the court), and then he has the defensive presence in the paint that teams scour each draft class for. But Cousins needs an attitude check, or maybe just a few years to mature. This is one thing that will follow him up until draft day and will be the cause of his stock falling if that so does happen. In a draft that features four Kentucky Freshman in the first round, one can only think that each and every team will have a chance to acquire a quality player. But let the chips fall where they may—the ping-pong balls have settled&mdash ...

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