2010 NBA Draft: Top Five Centers In The NBA Draft

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2010 NBA Draft: Top Five Centers In The NBA Draft

Here comes the conclusion to the NBA draft position series. The center position is the last piece to the puzzle and here is how good the center position looks this year.

In this upcoming draft, there are many teams craving for talent to help their front court. Not just talent, but size as well.

There aren’t that many centers this year so the list is narrowed down to five, but I guarantee you it’s a good five. Matter of fact, every single center in the draft can be gone when the lottery is over. Or realistically speaking, everyone should be off before the twenty-first pick.

You have Hassan Whiteside, the ruler inside the paint, DeMarcus Cousins the muscle, or Soloman Alabi, the prospect that many think is going to be a huge playmaker in the league.

Most teams in this draft need centers because their centers are either injured, not good enough, or they love the prospects at the position.

Here is my take on the top five centers in the draft.

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