2010 NBA Mock Draft: First-Round Picks and Analysis

May 25th, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
The 2010 NBA Draft is merely a month away, forcing us all to take a closer look at the league's top prospects and matching them with possible destinations.

The Washington Wizards found their way to the top pick through the NBA Draft Lottery last week, clearing the picture up even more for NBA fans starving to learn more about the draft.

Read on for a full first-round breakdown of picks and analysis, starting with the consensus top pick, Kentucky’s John Wall:

1. Washington Wizards : John Wall , PG, Kentucky

Washington has been looking for an excuse to unload Gilbert Arenas, and at the very worst, Wall's presence at the point could allow Arenas to shift to shooting guard, his more natural position.

Wall is the only top-flight point guard in this draft, and is arguably the best overall prospect. Unless the Wizards trade down, Wall is headed to Washington.

2. Philadelphia 76ers: Evan Turner , G/F, Ohio State

Philadelphia has learned through trial and error that, while Andre Iguodala is a fine player, he is not the type of player that can or should be carrying an entire offense.

Turner, ...

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