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2010 NBA Draft

John WallKentucky freshmen point guard John Wall went No. 1 to the Washington Wizards of the Eastern Conference’s Southeast Division in the 2010 NBA Draft.

In one impressive collegiate season the 6-4, 195-pound electric floor general led the SEC’s Kentucky Wildcats with a 16.6-point, 6.5-assist, 4.3-rebound average while adding 1.8 steals per game.

He shot 46.1% from the field and 32.5% from three-point territory.  His speed in the open court and ability to set up his teammates efficiently was what ultimately set him apart from the rest of the pack.

First Round

Pick Team Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College/HS/Country Yr.
1. Washington John Wall PG 6-4 196 Kentucky Fr.
2. Philadelphia Evan Turner SG/SF 6-7 214 Ohio State Jr.
3. New Jersey Derrick Favors PF 6-10 245 Georgia Tech Fr.
4. Minnesota Wesley Johnson SF 6-7 206 Syracuse Jr.
5. Sacramento DeMarcus Cousins PF/C 6-11 292 Kentucky Fr.
6. Golden State Ekpe Udoh PF 6-10 237 Baylor Jr.
7. Detroit Greg Monroe PF/C 6-11 247 Georgetown So.
8. L.A. Clippers Al-Farouq Aminu SF 6-8 216 Wake Forest So.
9. Utah Gordon Hayward SF 6-8 211 Butler So.
10. Indiana Paul George SF 6-9 214 Fresno St. So.
11. New Orleans Cole Aldrich C 6-10 236 Kansas Jr.
12. Memphis Xavier Henry SG 6-6 210 Kansas Fr.
13. Toronto Ed Davis PF/C 6-10 227 North Carolina So.
14. Houston Patrick Patterson PF 6-9 240 Kentucky Jr.
15. Milwaukee Larry Sanders PF/C 6-10 222 VCU Jr.
16. Minnesota Luke Babbitt * SF/PF 6-9 218 Nevada So.
17. Washington
Kevin Seraphin
PF/C 6-9 263 France Intl.
18. Oklahoma City
Eric Bledsoe *
PG/SG 6-1 192 Kentucky Fr.
19. Boston Avery Bradley
PG/SG 6-3 180 Texas Fr.
20. San Antonio
James Anderson
SG 6-6 208 Oklahoma State Jr.
21. Oklahoma City
Craig Brackins
PF 6-10 229 Iowa State Jr.
22. Portland Elliot Williams
SG 6-4 180 Memphis So.
23. Minnesota Trevor Booker
PF 6-7 236 Clemson Sr.
24. Atlanta Damion James *
SF 6-7 227 Texas Sr.
25. Memphis Dominique Jones *
SG 6-4 216 South Florida Jr.
26. Oklahoma City
Quincy Pondexter
SF 6-7 215 Washington Sr.
27. New Jersey
Jordan Crawford *
SG 6-4 198 Xavier So.
28. Memphis Greivis Vasquez
PG/SG 6-6 211 Maryland Sr.
29. Orlando Daniel Orton PF/C 6-10 269 Kentucky Fr.
30. Washington Lazar Hayward SF 6-6 226 Marquette Sr.

Second Round

Pick Team Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College/HS/Country Yr.
31. New Jersey Tibor Pleiss *
C 7-1 235 Germany Intl.
32. Miami Dexter Pittman *
C 6-11 303 Texas Sr.
33. Sacramento Hassan Whiteside C 7-0 227 Marshall Fr.
34. Portland Armon Johnson PG/SG 6-3 190 Nevada Jr.
35. Washington Nemanja Bjelica *
SF 6-10 223 Serbia Intl.
36. Detroit Terrico White PG/SG 6-5 203 Mississippi So.
37. Milwaukee Darington Hobson PG 6-6 204 New Mexico Jr.
38. New York Andy Rautins SG 6-5 192 Syracuse Sr.
39. New York Landry Fields SF 6-7 210 Stanford Sr.
40. Indiana Lance Stephenson SG 6-6 227 Cincinnati Fr.
41. Miami Jarvis Varnado PF 6-9 210 Mississippi State Sr.
42. Miami Da’Sean Butler SF 6-7 225 West Virginia Sr.
43. L.A. Lakers Devin Ebanks SF 6-8 208 West Virginia So.
44. Milwaukee Jerome Jordan *
C 7-1 244 Tulsa Sr.
45. Minnesota Paulo Prestes PF/C 6-10 275 Brazil Intl.
46. Phoenix Gani Lawal PF 6-9 233 Georgia Tech Jr.
47. Milwaukee Tiny Gallon PF 6-9 296 Oklahoma Fr.
48. Miami Latavious Williams *
PF 6-8 205 D-League N/A
49. San Antonio Ryan Richards PF/C 7-0 230 England Intl.
50. Dallas Solomon Alabi *
C 7-1 237 Florida State So.
51. Oklahoma City
Magnum Rolle *
PF 6-10 220 Louisiana Tech Sr.
52. Boston Luke Harangody
PF 6-7 240 Notre Dame Sr.
53. Atlanta
Pape Sy
PG/SG 6-6 185 France Intl.
54. L.A. Clippers
Willie Warren
PG/SG 6-4 208 Oklahoma So.
55. Utah Jeremy Evans
SF/PF 6-9 196 Western Kentucky Sr.
56. Minnesota Hamady Ndiaye *
C 7-0 240 Rutgers Sr.
57. Indiana
Ryan Reid *
PF 6-8 240 Florida State Sr.
58. L.A. Lakers
Derrick Caracter
PF 6-9 280 UTEP Jr.
59. Orlando
Stanley Robinson
SF 6-8 213 Connecticut Sr.
60. Phoenix Dwayne Collins
PF 6-8 241 Miami Sr.

2010 NBA Draft Day Trades

  • Luke Babbitt (Minnesota Timberwolves 16th pick) traded to Portland for G/F Martell Webster – Trail Blazers also receive F Ryan Gomes
  • Miami Heat traded G Daequan Cook and 18th pick (Eric Bledsoe) to OKC for 32nd pick (Dexter Pittman)
  • Atlanta Hawks trade away 24th pick (Damion James) to New Jersey Nets for 27th pick (Jordan Crawford) & cash considerations, OKC receives 31st pick (Tibor Pleiss) from New Jersey
  • Eric Bledsoe (OKC Thunder 18th pick) traded to L.A. Clippers for future 1st round pick (protected)
  • Memphis Grizzlies trade 25th pick (Dominique Jones) to Dallas Mavericks for cash considerations
  • Minnesota Timberwolves trade 23rd pick (Trevor Booker) and 56th pick (Hamady Ndiaye) to Washington Wizards for 30th pick (Lazar Hayward) and 35th pick (Nemanja Bjelica)
  • Milwaukee Bucks trade draft rights to Jerome Jordan (44th pick) to New York Knicks for cash considerations
  • Miami Heat trade 48th pick (Latavious Williams) to OKC Thunder for future 2nd round pick
  • Dallas Mavericks trade 50th pick (Solomon Alabi) to Toronto Raptors for future 2nd round pick and cash considerations
  • OKC Thunder trade 51st pick (Magnum Rolle) to Indiana Pacers for 57th pick (Ryan Reid) and cash considerations

 

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  1. Gerren W. says:

    I wish I watched more college ball, but this is awesome to have at my fingertips. One thing I think that would be even cooler is stat links for each player, but I’m sure that’ll be coming soon considering how thorough things look on this website.

    AWESOME!
    THX

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