2010 NBA Draft [Results]

2010 NBA Draft [Results]

2010 NBA Draft: This years’ NBA Champion was announced just recently but another season will arrive and so as the future basketball stars waiting to be drafted. Today is the day where NBA dreams begin, as young college ballers are lined up for the 2010 NBA Draft.

The Washington Wizards won the NBA Draft Lottery and they will have the right to pick whoever they think is the best rookie this year and that could be point guard John Wall.

19-year-old John Wall, is a 6-foot-4 point guard from Kentucky, averaging 16.6 points, 4.3 rebounds and 6.5 assists for the 2009-10 season. He is agile with good leaping ability and analysts compare him to Derick Rose.

Wall could be followed in the draft order by Ohio State star Evan Turner as the second pick for the Philadelphia 76ers. The third pick will go to the New Jersey Nets, but the team appears to be unsure who to pick among Kentucky’s DeMarcus Cousins, Derrick Favors of Georgia Tech, and Syracuse forward Wesley Johnson.

Watch the 2010 NBA Draft Live via ESPN from Madison Square Garden, New York at 7:00 p.m. ET.

2010 NBA Draft Order (First Round)

1. Washington Wizards
2. Philadelphia 76ers
3. New Jersey Nets
4. Minnesota Timberwolves
5. Sacramento Kings
6. Golden State Warriors
7. Detroit Pistons
8. Los Angeles Clippers
9. Utah Jazz (From New York via Phoenix)
10 .Indiana Pacers
11. New Orleans Hornets
12. Memphis Grizzlies
13. Toronto Raptors
14. Houston Rockets
15. Milwaukee Bucks (From Chicago)
16. Minnesota Timberwolves (From Denver via Charlotte)
17. Chicago Bulls (From Milwaukee)
18. Oklahoma City Thunder (From Miami)
19. Boston Celtics
20. San Antonio Spurs
21. Oklahoma City Thunder
22. Portland Trail Blazers
23. Minnesota Timberwolve (From Philadelphia via Utah)
24. Atlanta Hawks
25. Memphis Grizzlies (From Denver)
26. Oklahoma City Thunder (From Phoenix)
27. New Jersey Nets (From Dallas)
28. Memphis Grizzlies (From L.A. Lakers)
29. Orlando Magic
30. Washington Wizards (From Cleveland)

2010 NBA Draft Results

Here’s the Top 15 Players Drafted:
1. Wizards – John Wall (Point Guard) – Kentucky
2. Sixers – Evan Turner (Guard) – Ohio State
3. Nets – Derrick Favors (Forward) – Georgia Tech
4. Wolves – Wesley Johnson (Forward) – Syracuse
5. Kings – DeMarcus Cousins (Forward) – Kentucky
6. Warriors – Ekpe Udoh (Forward) – Baylor
7. Pistons – Greg Monroe (Forward) – Georgetown
8. Clippers – Al-Rafouq Aminu (Power Forward) – Wake Forest
9. Jazz – Gordon Hayward (Forward) – Butler
10. Pacers – Paul George (Forward) – Fresno State
11. Hornets – Cole Aldrich (Center) – Kansas
12. Grizzlies – Xavier Henry (Shooting Guard) – Kansas
13. Raptors – Ed Davis (Forward) – North Carolina
14. Rockets – Patrick Patterson (Forward) – Kentucky
15. Bucks – Larry Sanders (Forward) – Virginia Commonwealth

For the full 2010 NBA Draft Results, You can check: http://www.nba.com/draft2010/index.html.

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