2010 NBA Mock Draft: Two Kentucky Wildcats To Go No. 1 and 2?

May 31st, 2010 by Patrick Harrel Leave a reply »
In under three weeks, the most important equalizing force in the NBA begins, the NBA draft. From late round studs like Carlos Boozer to early busts like Darko Milicic, it is clear that scouting is more important than draft position in order to get the best player. Typically the best players are drafted first, the 2003 NBA draft being the best example of this where five of the top six picks would go on to be All-Stars, but in other years, this is not true. In 2000, arguably the best player in the draft was taken 43rd, and only two players in the first round made a single All-Star team. After a somewhat weak draft, the 2010 draft is shaping up to be one of the better ones in recent history. Headlined by studs like John Wall and Evan Turner, the draft is not the one-player draft that last year's was hyped to be. That is not to say that every team will get a great player. With so many athletic projects in the draft, there is likely to be many hits and many misses. One can only hope that their team hits.Begin Slideshow


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