LC
Years ago

2010 NBA Draft - who, what, and where...

The NBA draft is now well under way and this is how it has panned out so far...

1. Washington - John Wall
2. Philadelphia - Evan Turner
3. New Jersey - Derrick Favors
4. Minnesota - TBA

Follow the draft live on ESPN using this link: http://linky.com.au/mcfhq

Hopefully AJ Ogilvy gets selected in the 2nd round...even if it is late.

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The Banker  
Years ago

we made the same thread but im happy to continue on this thread

Pick 4 was Wesley Johnson to Timberwolves

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LC  
Years ago

All good...We had the same idea at the same time!

So far, picks going as I expected.

Pick 5 Sacramento next up...between Monroe and Cousins I reckon...

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The Banker  
Years ago

Cousins to Sacramento

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LC  
Years ago

The Kings selected DeMarcus Cousins at #5. They take a risk with his maturity, but he is a talented athlete with real potential.

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The Banker  
Years ago

Warrios select Ekpe Udoh

Ekpe will be perfect for the warriors, he will have a great year!

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The Banker  
Years ago

I expect cousins to get a big wake up call very soon as he is coming into the NBA where he is not the biggest, not the strongest and cant dominate

Hopefully Demarcus can grow until a great player

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LC  
Years ago

Detroit select Greg Monroe at pick 7.

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LC  
Years ago

The Clippers have a chance at #8 to pick another talented to player to partner with Blake Griffin who essentially will be playing as a rookie next season.

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The Banker  
Years ago

Clippers choose Al Farouq Aminu

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The Banker  
Years ago

Gordon Hayward to the Utah Jazz

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The_Champ33  
Years ago

Do we have any Aussies in the draft?

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The Banker  
Years ago

Paul George to Indiana at pick 10

and for the_Champ33 yes AJ Ogilvy is a possible late 2nd round pick

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The_Champ33  
Years ago

Well hopefully AJ gets picked up by someone and good to hear an Aussie in the team.

Add Jawai and Mills to the Free Agency listing who might find a team too, which will be even better.

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The Banker  
Years ago

Cole Aldridge was just drafted by The Hornets pick 11

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The Banker  
Years ago

Memphis pick Xavier Henry with Pick 12

only the 3rd guard so far to be selected

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The Banker  
Years ago

North Carolina's Ed Davis goes to toronto with pick 13

Second Generation NBA Star!

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TR  
Years ago

Hmmmmm. Paul George for the Pacers.. Danny Granger is an all star SF...

Maybe there are some legs in the rumours that Granger is heading to the Nets...

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The Banker  
Years ago

Patrick Patterson becomes a Rocket with pick number 14

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The Banker  
Years ago

3 Kentucky Boys drafted in the Lottery, Excellent result for that program,

Kansas also contributed with 2 picks

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TR  
Years ago

Aldrich just got flipped to OKC for picks 18 and 21.

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The Banker  
Years ago

Pick 15 is Larry Sanders, He goes to Milwaukee

and Pick 16 is Luke Babbitt who goes to Minesota

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TR  
Years ago

Banker, did you use the 'S'anders word???

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The Banker  
Years ago

Pick 15 Mil Larry Sanders
Pick 16 Min Luke Babbitt
Pick 17 Chi Kevin Seraphin

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The Banker  
Years ago

I did i just did it against

Well we all know who is the 15 pick

Pick 16 is Luke Babbitt to Min
Pick 17 is Kevin Seraphin to Chi

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The Banker  
Years ago

Eric Bledsoe becomes the 4 kentucky player to get drafted as he goes at 18 to the thunder

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The Banker  
Years ago

Avery Bradley selected by Boston at pick 19th

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The Banker  
Years ago

In regards to Pick 22 if Portland selects a point guard then i expect that Patrick Mills will be come a free agent soon

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The Banker  
Years ago

Spurs take James Anderson at pick 20

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The Banker  
Years ago

thunder draft Craig Brackins with pick 21

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The Banker  
Years ago

Portland draft Elliot Williams with the 22nd Pick

Elliot is a guard from Memphis

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The Banker  
Years ago

Trevor Booker is the 23rd draft pick going to Minnesota

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The Banker  
Years ago

Damion Jones gets picked up by Atlanta at pick 24

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The Banker  
Years ago

Pick 25 is dominque jones to the Memphis Grizzles

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LC  
Years ago

Daniel Orton is likely to also get picked up shortly, another Kentucky player!

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LC  
Years ago

Quincy Pondexter to OKC.

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The Banker  
Years ago

Quincy Pondexter went to the thunder at pick 26

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LC  
Years ago

Jordan Crawford selected by New Jersey at 27 - a pick made for the Hawks.

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The Banker  
Years ago

jordan crawford to the nets at pick 27

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LC  
Years ago

I hear an echo!!! LOL!

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LC  
Years ago

Grievis Vasquez taken next by Grizzlies at #28

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The Banker  
Years ago

Greivis Vasquez to the grizzles to join Gasol

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LC  
Years ago

Orlando had 29th pick and chose Daniek Orton of Kentucky

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LC  
Years ago

Portlands pick of Elliot Williams may spell the end of Mill's tenure at the Blazers, as he is a decent PG prospect.

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The Banker  
Years ago

5 kentucky places in the first is an NBA record!

thanks to orton

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The Banker  
Years ago

Marquette Forward Lazar Hayward drafted at pick 30 to Washington

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LC  
Years ago

Washington have the 30th and last pick of the first round, and they selected Lazar Howard for the T-Wolves

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LC  
Years ago

1st pick of 2nd round (31), the Nets selected German
Tibor Pleiss for the Hawks.

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LC  
Years ago

Miami pick Dexter Pittman with pick #32, a centre from Texas.

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No Deal!!  
Years ago

Hassan Whiteside has really fallen...he was projected as a lottery pick! Could be a solid pick up at this stage...stash him in the DLeague for 12 months to see how he develops.

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LC  
Years ago

Sacramento pick centre Hassan Whiteside with #33 selection - yet another centre, but one that was expected to go first round.

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Mantis  
Years ago

Biggest surprise so far is Hassan Whiteside sliding out of the first round - he was projected to be a late lottery round pick.

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LC  
Years ago

Portland with pick 34 selected Armon Johnson from Nevada, another point guard!!!! Mills days at Portland appear over for mine...the Blazers have picked two PG's in this draft already.

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LC  
Years ago

Pick 35 for the Wizards is Nemanja Bejelica from Serbia for the T-Wolves.

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The Banker  
Years ago

The message we have gotten now is that Patrick will not be a blazer for much longer

unless he completely shines through the summer league as they have promised him the starting PG spot on there team so one last chance to show them that he is good enough for the NBA which we all know he certainly is

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LC  
Years ago

Detroit with pick 36 have selected Terrico White, an athletic combo guard.

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Humpa  
Years ago

Ogilvy will not get drafted.

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Humpa  
Years ago

Also Portland are loaded with guards now.

You'd think they'd let go of Mills now.

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Beantown  
Years ago

I liked the Bucks pick of you know who at #15. Late starter, but has excellent athleticism, size and wingspan. Also averaged 14, 9 and 2.5 blocks last season for VCU. Should be a nice complement to Bogut in a couple of years if he works hard and the Bucks coach him well.

Bit disappointed the Celtics didn't look to grab a big or even a SF with their pick. I was thinking James Anderson or Solomon Alabi. Just have to hope Ainge got it right. At least Bradley was apparently rated very highly as a high school senior (some rated him above John Wall) and dropped because he had an average first year in college. Doesn't look like Nate Robinson will be in green next season now though.

Hornets fans will be distraught. Yet more evidence that Shinn can't afford to shell out for a decent team around Chris Paul. They traded #11 Aldrich and Mo Pete to the Thunder for a couple of late first round picks or something! Thunder scoring big time yet again!

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LC  
Years ago

Milwaukee picked up Darrington Hobson at 37, a small forward.

New York have picks 38 & 39. They picked Any Rautins, a very good shooter that should fit D'Antoni's system well. Landry Fields taken with pick 39.

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LC  
Years ago

Pacers picked up Lance stephenson with pick 40.

Just 20 to go now...

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LC  
Years ago

Alabi, Warren, Ebanks and Lawal, all expected first round picks and all underclassmen still have not yet been picked.

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LC  
Years ago

Miami have the next two picks.
They selected Jarvis Varnado with pick 41. A guy that used to go head to head with AJ Ogilvy in the SEC.

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LC  
Years ago

With pick 42, Miami selected DeSean Butler - a gifted player from West Virginia he had a season ending injury in the Big Dance...

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LC  
Years ago

Lakers selected Devin Ebanks with pick 43.

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LC  
Years ago

Bucks selected Jerome Jordan with pick 44. A telented big man to play behind Bogut.

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LC  
Years ago

T-Wolbes step back up to the plate with pick 45, selecting a centre in Paulao Prestes from Brazil.

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LC  
Years ago

The Suns picked up Gani Lawal with selection #46. This guy slid right down the board after being widely mooted as a 1st round pick.

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LC  
Years ago

Back to the Bucks...with pick 47 they selected Tiny Gallon. A big guy that has shooting range - a bit like Glen Davis but bigger.

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LC  
Years ago

Next up was Miami who picked Latavious Williams from the D-League with selection #48.

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LC  
Years ago

Needing to add some big men, the San Antonio with pick #49 selected power forward Ryan Richards.

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LC  
Years ago

With Pick 50, Dallas selected centre Solomon Alabi. He drastically fell from being a likely mid-first round selection to a late second rounder...

Just 10 picks to go. If AJ Ogilvy is to get picked up, it will be most likley in the last 5 selections.

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LC  
Years ago

OKC picked up centre Magnum Rolle with pick #51. Sounds likes a new dessert! Project player...probably spend time in D-League or Europe.

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LC  
Years ago

Boston are up next with pick 52 and they chose power forward Luke Harangody of Notre Dame!

Atlanta Hawks up next.

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LC  
Years ago

Beantown - do you think Harangody will take Brian Scalabrine's spot on the team? Both are undersized forwards who are poor defenders but can score.

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LC  
Years ago

Hawks pick up Pape Sy from Senegal with #53. Who???

Beantown - do you think Harangody will replace Scalabrine? Both can score, are relatively poor defenders and are undersized at their position.

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LC  
Years ago

LA Clippers selected Willie Warren with pick 54.

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LC  
Years ago

Utah chose Jeremy Evans with pick 55.

Just 5 more to go.

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LC  
Years ago

T-Wolves pick up Hamady Ndiaye with pick number 56.

57. Indiana
58. LA Lakers
59. Orlando
60. Phoenix

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LC  
Years ago

Indiana scored Ryan Reid with their 57th pick.

Just 3 more to go now...

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Beantown  
Years ago

No way Harangody could be as cool as Scals! More like a white Baby Davis clone. Frack knows why Ainge drafted ANOTHER undersized PF!

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Beantown  
Years ago

Actually, maybe they drafted him as a practice cone for Rondo to dribble around?

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LC  
Years ago

Lakers selected Derrick Caracter from UTEP with pick 58.

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LC  
Years ago

LOL!

How is Kahn and the T-Wolves form? They have drafted something like 5 small forwards in this one single draft! Plain stupid!

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Beantown  
Years ago

Glen Taylor: KAAAAAAAHN. My office! Now!

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LC  
Years ago

Orlando selected Stanley Robinson with pick 59. Another player to slide nearly all the way down and off the board on draft night.

Phoenix chose Dwayne Collins with the last pick in the 2010 edition of the NBA draft.

No good news for AJ Ogilvy. He was not selected and is now officially a Free Agent and can be signed by any team.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I like Lakers players out of the draft both Ebanks and caracter.

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Beantown  
Years ago

No luck for AJ, hope he lands a decent gig in Europe and can get his career back on track. Its been a tough year for him really.

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Beantown  
Years ago

Nobody has any thoughts on the Bucks first pick Larry S and ers?

Looks likely to be a nice pick up to support Bogut in the paint, though he might take a couple of years to reach his potential.

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Big Marty  
Years ago

It took Bogut a couple of years and a "why don't you run more plays through Bogut" gameplay to get the best out of Bogues.

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thedoctor  
Years ago

There are some seriously cool names in this year's draft

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Sorry for my ignorance of my knowledge on the Draft, but how does Dook the NCAA Champions not have one player drafted?

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Sixers2010  
Years ago

Doesn't look very good for Patty Mills, well atleast in Portland. Looks like they are going to keep Miller and get some new young guards around him. Hopefully, he has a great WC and get's another gig somewhere if they let him go.

I have to say I like how the Bucks are shaping up. They have one of the best young PG's, a solid rookie PF in Sanders, a great scorer in Maggette, one of the top 5 NBA centres in Bogut, an emerging swingman in Ilyasova, a solid backup C in Jordan and if they are able to land Douglas Roberts from the Nets I think they have a bright future. I have to admit I thought Bogut had made a mistake by signing with the Bucks longterm but who knows, maybe they will be contenders in a couple of years time.

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LC  
Years ago

Duke's star players essentially all decided to stay at college, hence why most experts are picking Duke to go back-to-back as NCAA Champions. Their only starter not returning is their centre Brian Zoubek who today went undrafted.

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nvth  
Years ago

^^^^^
and Jon Scheyer
who was drafted

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Scheyer wasn't drafted.

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LC  
Years ago

Yeah - I missed Scheyer who also went undrafted. Although I reckon he will still get signed by someone as he could offer good backup for a team that needs it.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Did Kyle Singler go in the draft?
Thought he was a senior? maybe wrong though. Info would be appreciated

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Anonymous  
Years ago

No he never put his name in the draft at all. Maybe he wanted to play with Dr J's son Kyrie running the point.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

kyrie?wtf?

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