Wednesday, June 16, 2010

2010 NBA Mock Draft

1. Washington Wizards
John Wall, PG
Kentucky- Freshman

Lightening fast guard from Kentucky that will be one of NBA's elite.

2. Philadelphia 76ers
Evan Turner, SG
Ohio State- Junior

Versatile scorer for Ohio State, can play as a guard or a forward.

3. New Jersey Nets
Derrick Favors, PF
Georgia Tech- Freshman

A lot of upside and untapped potential from this big man.

4. Minnesota Timberwolves
Wesley Johnson, SF
Syracuse- Junior

Came on strong for Syracuse after disappointing stint at Iowa State.

5. Sacramento Kings
Demarcus Cousins, PF
Kentucky- Freshman

Big physical body who will bring aggressive play and help for Tyreke Evans.

6. Golden State Warriors
Ekpe Udoh, C
Baylor- Junior

Good interior defense and a big presence in the post for Golden State.

7. Detroit Pistons
Greg Monroe, C
Georgetown- Sophomore

Monroe is sized like a Center but plays like a guard, his versatility will help.

8. Los Angeles Clippers
Al Farouq Aminu, SF
Wake Forest- Sophomore

Aminu averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds in the ACC.

9. Utah Jazz
Luke Babbitt, SF
Nevada- Sophomore

Babbitt is a lights out shooter, not a name you know now but will soon.

10. Indiana Pacers
Patrick Patterson, PF
Kentucky- Junior

Tremendous work ethic and good range for a big man.

11. New Orleans Hornets
Xavier Henry, SG
Kansas- Freshman

Henry is a solid shooter who can also take it inside.

12. Memphis Grizzlies
James Anderson, SG
Oklahoma State- Junior

Memphis has fallen in love with Andersons work ethic and drive.

13. Toronto Raptors
Hassan Whiteside, C
Marshall- Freshman

Whiteside is a 7 foot center with a 7-7 wingspan, the NBA loves size.

14. Houston Rockets
Gordon Hayward, SF
Butler- Sophomore

I don't think anyone knows what to expect from Hayward in the NBA.

15. Milwaukee Bucks
Ed Davis, PF
North Carolina- Sophomore

Very tall and athletic but still relative unknown as to what his ceiling is.

16. Minnesota Timberwolves
Kevin Seraphin, PF

6'10 20 year old from Cayenne, French Guyana.

17. Chicago Bulls
Larry Sanders, PF
VCU- Junior

A bit of a late bloomer, but again he has some size which every team needs.

18. Miami Heat
Craig Brackins, PF
Iowa State- Junior

Many projected Brackins to be a lottery pick in 2009.

19. Boston Celtics
Cole Aldrich, C
Kansas- Junior

Boston is always looking to add depth in the frontcourt.

20. San Antonio Spurs
Damion James, SF
Texas- Senior

A rare Senior in the crop, James has a high basketball IQ.

21. Oklahoma City Thunder
Solomon Alabi, C
Florida State- Sophomore

Alabi played his best games against the best competition.

22. Portland TrailBlazers
Paul George, SG
Fresno State- Sophomore

George is a reach for any team, but he is 6'7 and plays like a guard.

23. Minnesota Timberwolves
Stanley Robinson, SF
UConn- Senior

Robinson averaged 14 points in his senior season at UConn.

24. Atlanta Hawks
Avery Bradley, SG
Texas- Freshman

Very good shooter and strong in transition.

25. Memphis Grizzlies
Sherron Collins, PG
Kansas- Senior

The Grizzlies may reach here for Collins, they like his leadership.

26. Oklahoma City Thunder
Daniel Orton, C
Kentucky- Freshman

Orton only averaged 3 points for Kentucky in limited action.

27. New Jersey Nets
Eric Bledsoe, PG
Kentucky- Freshman

Still unknown what Bledsoe can do as the top PG, playing in the shadow of Wall.

28. Memphis Grizzlies
Lance Stephenson, SG
Cincinnati- Freshman

Stephenson has a good sense on the court and an NBA ready body.

29. Orlando Magic
Quincy Pondexter, SF
Washington- Senior

Improved significantly from his Junior and Senior year.

30. Washington Wizards
Devin Ebanks, SF
West Virginia- Sophomore

Ebanks is a defensive specialist who can help any team in spot situations.

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