2010 NBA Mock Draft: Evan Turner Still a Lock for Sixers at No. 2?

June 18th, 2010 by Taylor Smith Leave a reply »
We've had several "who's No. 1?" debates with regards to the NBA draft over the past several years.

In 2008, the Derrick Rose vs. Michael Beasley debate raged on. If their first two seasons are any indicator, the Bulls made the better choice.

In 2007, we had the much more heated Greg Oden vs. Kevin Durant episode. 

Oden has played in exactly 82 games over the course of two seasons, as he missed all of what would've been his rookie season with a knee injury.

Durant, as you know, has gone on to become an All-Star and, at just 21, may already be the best pure scorer the league has to offer.

Before that, 2004 was the last real up-in-the-air choice, when the Magic (wisely) selected high-schooler Dwight Howard over UConn stud Emeka Okafor.

So, in 2010, we have John Wall and Evan Turner.

However, if the Wizards' pre-draft actions are any indication, there isn't much debate, after all.

So, without trades, here's how the first round of next Thursday's NBA Draft could shape up.


1. Washington Wizards - John Wall, G, Kentucky

It's been reported that Ev ...

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