If you forgive us for a moment, we’re going to take a break from continuously updating our 2011 NFL Mock Draft, and take a stab at a 2010 NBA Mock Draft. (Updated 6/21)
John Wall, PG, Kentucky
Wall will be a great player in the NBA, but I’m not sure he’ll be the ROY. As long as Arenas can play the #2 beside Wall, the Wizards have a strong future.
Evan Turner, SG, Ohio State
The Sixers need help, well, everywhere. They might be tempted to take a big man here, but Turner is the best player in this draft right now.
Derrick Favors, PF, GTech
Lopez and Favors should form a strong duo for years to come.
Wesley Johnson, SF, Syracuse
Johnson is the wing threat that the T-Wolves need, and he doesn’t plan on traveling to Spain anytime soon.
DeMarcus Cousins, C, Kentucky
Still needs some seasoning on the offensive end in our opinion to score in the NBA, but has the frame to be a rebounding machine.
Greg Monroe, PF, Georgetown
Xavier Henry, SG, Kansas
Hassan Whiteside, C, Marshall
Ed Davis, PF, North Carolina
Al-Farouq Aminu, SF, Wake Forest
Cole Aldrich, C, Kansas
Patrick Patterson, PF, Kentucky
Donatas Motiejunas, PF/C, Lithuania
Devin Ebanks, SF, West Virginia
James Anderson, SG, Oklahoma State