Tuesday, June 8, 2010

2010 NBA Mock Draft (June 8th)

I thought I would try something a little different today, let me know what you think.

  1. Washington Wizards- John Wall- PG (Kentucky)

Considering: Wall, Evan Turner

  1. Philadelphia 76ers- Evan Turner- SG/SF (Ohio State)

Considering: Turner, Derrick Favors, DeMarcus Cousins

  1. New Jersey Nets- Derrick Favors- PF/C (Georgia Tech)

Considering: Favors, DeMarcus Cousins

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves- DeMarcus Cousins- C (Kentucky)

Considering: Cousins, Wesley Johnson

  1. Sacramento Kings- Greg Monroe- PF/C (Georgetown)

Considering: Monroe, Al-Farouq Aminu, Wesley Johnson, Hassan Whiteside

  1. Golden State Warriors- Al-Farouq Aminu- SF/PF (Wake Forest)

Considering: Aminu, Wesley Johnson, Hassan Whiteside

  1. Detroit Pistons- Ed Davis- PF (North Carolina)

Considering: Davis, Wesley Johnson, Cole Aldrich, Hassan Whiteside

  1. Los Angeles Clippers- Wesley Johnson- SG/SF (Syracuse)

Considering: Johnson, Luke Babbit, Gordon Hayward

  1. Utah Jazz (from New York)- Luke Babbit- SF (Nevada)

Considering: Babbit, Gordon Hayward, Xavier Henry

  1. Indiana Pacers- Avery Bradley- PG/SG (Texas)

Considering: Bradley, Eric Bledsoe, Ekpe Udoh, Hassan Whiteside, Daniel Orton

  1. New Orleans Hornets- Patrick Patterson- PF (Kentucky)

Considering: Patterson, Ekpe Udoh, Gordon Hayward, Cole Aldrich, Hassan Whiteside

  1. Memphis Grizzlies- Eric Bledsoe- PG (Kentucky)

Considering: Bledsoe, Gordon Hayward, Ekpe Udoh, Xavier Henry

  1. Toronto Raptors- Ekpe Udoh- PF (Baylor)

Considering: Udoh, Cole Aldrich, Gordon Hayward

  1. Houston Rockets- Cole Aldrich- C (Kansas)

Considering: Aldrich, Hassan Whiteside, Gordon Hayward, Paul George

  1. Milwaukee Bucks (from Chicago)- Xavier Henry- SG (Kansas)

Considering: Henry, Paul George, Gordon Hayward

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Charlotte)- Gordon Hayward- SF (Butler)

Considering: Hayward, Paul George, James Anderson

  1. Chicago Bulls (from Milwaukee)- Paul George- SG/SF (Fresno State)

Considering: George, James Anderson

  1. Miami Heat- Hassan Whiteside- C (Marshall)

Considering: Whiteside, James Anderson, Damion James, Larry Sanders

  1. Boston Celtics- James Anderson- SG/SF (Oklahoma State)

Considering: Anderson, Damion James, Jordan Crawford

  1. San Antonio Spurs- Elliot Williams- PG/SG (Memphis)

Considering: Williams, Larry Sanders, Damion James

  1. Oklahoma City Thunder- Larry Sanders- PF/C (Virginia Commonwealth)

Considering: Sanders, Daniel Orton, Willie Warren

  1. Portland Trail Blazers- Damion James- SF/PF (Texas)

Considering: James, Daniel Orton, Devin Ebanks, Jordan Crawford

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Utah)- Jordan Crawford- SG (Xavier)

Considering: Crawford, Willie Warren, Miroslav Raduljica

  1. Atlanta Hawks- Daniel Orton- PF/C (Kentucky)

Considering: Orton, Gani Lawal, Willie Warren

  1. Memphis Grizzlies (from Denver)- Stanley Robinson- SF (Connecticut)

Considering: Robinson, Devin Ebanks, Trevor Booker

  1. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Phoenix)- Willie Warren- PG/SG (Oklahoma)

Considering: Warren, Solomon Alabi, Miroslav Raduljica

  1. New Jersey Nets (from Dallas)- Terrico White- SG (Mississippi)

Considering: White, Dominique Jones, Quincy Pondexter

  1. Memphis Grizzlies (from LA Lakers)- Miroslav Raduljica- C (Serbia)

Considering: Raduljica, Tibor Pleiss, Dominique Jones, Trevor Booker

  1. Orlando Magic- Quincy Pondexter- SF (Washington)

Considering: Pondexter, Dominique Jones, Devin Ebanks, Craig Brackins

  1. Washington Wizards (from Cleveland)- Devin Ebanks- SF (West Virginia)

Considering: Ebanks, Darington Hobson, Solomon Alabi, Jarvis Varnado


  1. there's no way the thunder pick another guard for the 3rd straight year. They need a center badly

  2. wesley johnson isnt going to slip past goldenstate. Curry already said he wants him bad

  3. 1) Sanders could play center for OKC and there's no guarantee they keep #26.

    2) Monta Ellis said he didn't want a guard last year, and we saw how that worked out. The Warriors clearly don't let their players make their draft choices.