New Jersey Nets: A Look Ahead at Draft Prospects

March 17th, 2010 by David Glazer Leave a reply »
The Nets are on a countdown to 10 wins to avoid the fate of the worst record ever.  In light of their historic failure, there are essentially guaranteed to finish with the worst record in the NBA.  For the Nets, the good news is that there really are some major talents available in this draft who would fit nicely.

With the worst record, the Nets are guaranteed to get at least one of the top four picks.  Right now, the top four prospects are:

John Wall Evan Turner Derick Favors DeMarcus Cousins The difference between Favors and Cousins is relatively small.  So it would come down to a matter of preference as to style and team fit.

The top pick is John Wall.  He is the next Jason Kidd.  He has incredible floor vision and is fearless.  He is clutch and has shown the ability to score in the paint.  He needs to work on his jump shot and cut down on his turnovers.  There is no one who does not think that Wall is the best player.

Evan Turner is a 6'7" stud wing who can play either shooting guard or small forward.  He has a great handle and has shown the ability to come through in the clutch ...

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