Midway through the second round of the 2010 NBA Playoffs makes this quite an exciting time of year for basketball fans.
What’s even more electrifying about this year is the impending offseason full of potential to utterly shake up the entire Association.
LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, Dirk Nowitzki and Amar’e Stoudemire—sounds like a starting All Star lineup right?
The thing is, any one of these superstars have the ability to turn a loser into a winner, a pretender into a legit championship contender.
The list of stars available in free agency goes on and on, but they’re not the only ones available.
2010’s NBA Draft looms large as well, as it takes place on June 24th 7 p.m.-12 a.m. ET, and it is chock full of talent. John Wall, Evan Turner, and DeMarcus Cousins are only a few of the collegiate stars about to make the transition to the pros, but before we get to them, let’s examine their predecessors.
The last decade has given a wealth of athletic and talented players to the NBA, from Carmelo Anthony to Kevin Durant, and the following is each wild West team’s best draft pick of the last decade.
Read, think, comment, discuss, and enjoy! Who is your favorite team’s top pick? Did they make the list?