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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

NBA mock draft 2010

Here's my mock draft for Thursday's NBA Draft. In my opinion DeMarcus Cousins and Greg Monroe are 1-2 on the Pistons wish list, but I don't see either falling to No. 7. From there the debate is between Ed Davis, Ekpe Udoh and Al-Farouq Aminu. I debated long and hard between Davis and Udoh and ultimately went with Davis, which means the Pistons will likely select Udoh just to prove me wrong. Should be interesting, but here's my guess as to how it all plays out.

1. Wizards — John Wall, Kentucky
2. 76ers — Evan Turner, Ohio State
3. Nets — Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech
4. Timberwolves — Wesley Johnson, Syracuse
5. Kings — DeMarcus Cousins, Kentucky
6. Warriors — Greg Monroe, Georgetown
7. Pistons — Ed Davis, North Carolina
8. Clippers — Al-Farouq Aminu, Wake Forest
9. Jazz — Luke Babbitt, Nevada
10. Pacers — Ekpe Udoh, Baylor
11. Hornets — Xavier Henry, Kansas
12. Grizzlies — Paul George, Fresno State
13. Raptors — Cole Aldrich, Kansas
14. Rockets — Gordon Hayward, Butler
15. Bucks — Patrick Patterson, Kentucky
16. Timberwolves — Avery Bradley, Texas
17. Bulls — James Anderson, Oklahoma State
18. Thunder — Hassan Whiteside, Marshall
19. Celtics — Larry Sanders, VCU
20. Spurs — Solomon Alabi, Florida State
21. Thunder — Eric Bledsoe, Kentucky
22. Trailblazers — Daniel Orton, Kentucky
23. Timberwolves — Kevin Seraphin, France
24. Hawks — Elliot Williams, Memphis
25. Grizzlies — Damion James, Texas
26. Thunder — Tibor Pleiss, Germany
27. Nets — Quincy Pondexter, Washington
28. Grizzlies — Armon Johnson, Nevada
29. Magic — Greivis Vasquez, Maryland
30. Wizards — Jordan Crawford, Xavier


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a hard time seeing Houston take a wing. They are pretty set there with Kevin Martin, Trevor Ariza, Chase Budinger, Jared Jeffries and Shane Battier all signed next year. They are extremely thin up front. Yao is a question mark and Scola and Hayes are both FAs.

June 23, 2010 at 11:38 PM 

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