2010 NBA Mock Draft Volume One: Lottery Edition

May 21st, 2010 by Ryan Lester Leave a reply »
Here’s my first crack at a 2010 NBA Mock Draft. I’ll start with just the lottery picks.


1. Washington Wizards—John Wall, PG, Kentucky

It seems that point guards are the name of the game in this league. Washington could consider Evan Turner, since they already have Arenas. But, they can’t pass on Wall, the draft’s top prospect.

2. Philadelphia 76ers—Evan Turner, SG, Ohio State
There is always a chance that they trade out of this slot, but I doubt it. Philadelphia will likely add Turner to their backup, with Jrue Holiday, and slide Iggy over to the three.

3. New Jersey Nets—Derrick Favors, PF, Georgia Tech
The Nets effectively dropped out of the LeBron Sweepstakes when they failed to land the No.1 pick. While it would have been nice to land Wall, they can plug in Favors, an athletic big man, to play alongside Brook Lopez.

4. Minnesota Timberwolves—Wesley Johnson, SF, Syracuse
The Wolves nab a top Syracuse player for the second straight year. Johnson gives Minnesota a talented wing player, which is a position of need. His three-point shooting can h ...

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