2010 NBA Draft order

#1
As a native DC area resident (also lifetime Bullets/Wizards fan), everyone can find me flexing my right bicep and rotating my fist to the left and right.

Why?

:spin: JOHN WALL'S COMING TO DC. :spin:

DC's FINALLY FINALLY FINALLY got the lottery pick! And even though this isn't set in stone... C'MON! Who else are we gonna take? Evan Turner??? PSSHAW!

Here's the draft order:

1st Round
1. Washington Wizards
2. Philly 76ers
3. NJ Nets
4. Minnesota T-Wolves
5. Sactown Kings
6. GS Warriors
7. Detroit Pistons
8. LA Clippers
9. Utah Jazz
10. Indiana Pacers
11. New Orleans Hornets
12. Memphis Grizzlies
13. Toronto Raptors
14. Houston Rockets
15. Milwaukee Bucks
16. Minnesota T-Wolves
17. Chicago Bulls
18. Miami Heat
19. Boston Celtics
20. San Antonio Spurs
21. OKC Thunder
22. Portland Trailblazers
23. Minnesota T-Wolves
24. ATL Hawks
25. Memphis Grizzlies
26. OKC Thunder
27. NJ Nets
28. Memphis Grizzlies
29. Orlando Magic
30. Washington Wizards

2nd Round
31. NJ Nets
32. OKC Thunder
33. Sactown Kings
34. Washington Wizards
35. GS Warriors
36. Detroit Pistons
37. Milwaukee Bucks
38. NY Knicks
39. NY Knicks
40. Indiana Pacers
41. Miami Heat
42. Miami Heat
43. LA Lakers
44. Portland Trailblazers
45. Minnesota T-Wolves
46. Phoenix Suns
47. Milwaukee Bucks
48. Miami Heat
49. San Antonio Spurs
50. Dallas Mavs
51. OKC Thunder
52. Boston Celtics
53. ATL Hawks
54. LA Clippers
55. Utah Jazz
56. Minnesota T-Wolves
57. Dallas Mavs
58. LA Lakers
59. Orlando Magic
60. Phoenix Suns
 

Babe_Ruth

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#2
Can't believe the Nets didn't get the first overall selection, they must be so mad. They can still get a good player at number three though. The Wizards will definitely select John Wall and Turner will probably end up in Golden State. The Timberwolves get another high draft pick with the number four selection.

I am a Raptors fan and I knew we would end up with about the thirteeth pick overall, I have a feeling the Raptors will go for a Small Forward or a Power Forward.
 

Babe_Ruth

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#5
Sorry, my bad. What I meant to say is 76ers and not Warriors. There's no way Evan Turner doesn't go in the top three. Who knows he might even go number one overall even though Wall is the concensus first pick on almost every mock drafts. It all depends what the team needs and how the pre-draft workouts go.
 
#6
BR, I'ma tell you right now. NO CHANCE my Wizards pick up Evan Turner. The last thing we need is another guy playing the two or three position. Wizards are full of em. Also, when you have the chance to get a true point-guard, you NEVER pass that up unless you already have a Chris Paul or D-Will.
 

Babe_Ruth

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#7
I wouldn't consider John Wall a true point guard, he's more of a Derek Rose type of player in my opinion(nothing wrong with that.) A true point guard in my opinion is someone like Steve Nash who will pass before shooting the ball. After watching Wall in High School and College, he's definitely not a true PG.

I would be personally to have either of those two players because both of them have the complete package.
 

KSpiceFantastic

Haters gonna hate.
#9
Damn Nets didn't get the first pick. The draft lottery concept is HORRIBLE. I would love to see the NBA to suffer now. The Nets need the best player! We need John Wall! This is sad.
 

Babe_Ruth

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#10
The Nets will still get a good player, yes it would be nice to get either Wall or turner, but being the third pick isn't all that bad.

What frustrates me the most is that the top three teams that are selecting all play in the Atlantic Division. Which is the same division that the Raptors play. That's not good for us at all.
 
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