2010 NBA Mock Draft: Full Two-Round Predictions and Analysis

June 22nd, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
Everyone associated with college basketball and the NBA has an opinion about the 2010 NBA Draft . John Wall is almost guaranteed to be the top pick in the draft , while Evan Turner is a near-lock to go second.

However, after that, the door is wide open to trades and a number of prospects being called much earlier than they (or anyone else) would have predicted.

With the big day just three days away, NBA Soup takes a closer look at both rounds of the draft, while offering expert picks and analysis .


Round 1

1. Washington Wizards - John Wall , PG, Kentucky

Wall is the definition of a one-man fast break. He's quicker and faster than the majority of the point guards already in the NBA, and he has the athleticism and tools to get to their level within one or two years.

Evan Turner deserves to be mentioned here, but Washington needs to start over fresh with a new stud manning the point. Wall is their man.


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

Turner is the true go-to scorer that the 76ers have been lacking since the days of Allen Iverson. ...

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