2010 NBA Mock Draft: Has Syracuse Produced Another Premiere Wingman?

Keith Schlosser@KnicksJournal Analyst IMay 11, 2010

2010 NBA Mock Draft: Has Syracuse Produced Another Premier Wingman?

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No. 1, New Jersey Nets: John Wall from Kentucky

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No. 2, Minnesota Timberwolves: Evan Turner from Ohio State

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No. 3, Sacramento Kings: DeMarcus Cousins from Kentucky

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No. 4, Golden State Warriors: Derrick Favors from Georgia Tech

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No. 5, Washington Wizards: Wesley Johnson from Syracuse

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No. 6, Philadelphia 76ers: Al-Farouq Aminu from Wake Forest

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No. 7, Detroit Pistons: Ed Davis from North Carolina

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No. 8, Los Angeles Clippers: Xaxier Henry from Kansas

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No. 9, Utah Jazz: Greg Monroe from Georgetown

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No. 10, Indiana Pacers: Cole Aldrich from Kansas

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No. 11, New Orleans Hornets: Donatas Motiejunas from Lithuania

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No. 12, Memphis Grizzlies: Patrick Patterson from Kentucky

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No. 13, Toronto Raptors: Ekpe Udoh from Baylor

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No. 14, Houston Rockets: Daniel Orton from Kentucky

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No. 15, Milwaukee Bucks: Hassan Whiteside from Marshall

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No. 16, Minnesota Timberwolves: James Anderson from Oklahoma State

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No. 17, Chicago Bulls: Damion Jones from Texas

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No. 18, Miami Heat: Larry Sanders from Virginia Commonwealth

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No. 19, Boston Celtics: Gordon Haywood from Butler

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No. 20, San Antonio Spurs: Solomon Alabi from Florida State

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No. 21, Oklahoma City Thunder: Stanley Robinson from Connecticut

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No. 22, Portland Trailblazers: Paul George from Fresno State

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No. 23, Utah Jazz: Luke Babbitt from Nevada

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No: 24, Atlanta Hawks: Eric Bledsoe from Kentucky

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No. 25, Memphis Grizzlies: Quincy Pondexter from Washington

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No. 26, Oklahoma City Thunder: Willie Warren from Oklahoma

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No. 27, New Jersey Nets: Devin Ebanks from West Virginia

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No. 28, Memphis Grizzlies: Avery Bradley from Texas

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No. 29, Orlando Magic: Elliot Williams from Memphis

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No. 30, Washington Wizards: Kevin Seraphin from France

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