2010 NBA Draft: Potential Draft Steals

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2010 NBA Draft: Potential Draft Steals

The upcoming NBA Draft is just around the corner. You have NBA teams drooling like a kid in the candy store when it comes to this upcoming draft.

You have John Wall, Evan Turner, the other fantastic Kentucky crew, Derrick Favors, and many more prospects.

I’ve heard people compare this draft to the 2003 draft that produced LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade. I agree, there are a few players with a ton of superstar potential but this is the deepest draft I’ve seen in a while.

There are many superstar players that are said to be taken on the board in the late first or early second round.

I know the first couple of picks in the draft are exciting, but it’s all about who you get in the late first or early second round that matters. They are what we all like to call draft steals.

A draft steal can occur at any point. Let’s say the Nets pass on Wall and he falls to Indiana, that’s an old-fashion draft steal. Or Dexter Pittman goes off as one of the best big men in the NBA, but was selected in the late second round, draft steal. Now you get what I’m saying?

Here is my list of draft steals in the upcoming 2010 NBA Draft….enjoy!

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