Tonight will mark the end to the 2010 NBA season as the Lakers and Celtics square off in a highly anticipated Game Seven.
With the season all but over now, attention is shifting towards the NBA Draft and the highly publicized free agency period.
Although John Wall and Evan Turner headline this year's draft, there are still plenty of reliable options on this year's board. And with the growing international influence in the NBA, there will be a decent amount of over-the-seas players to select from this year.
Here are the top five international options in this year's NBA Draft.
This Serbian sharpshooter is a lengthy and athletic forward that can do a lot of damage. At 6'10", he will create plenty of matchup problems at the small forward position while still possessing the capabilities to play the power forward.
He is an excellent ball-handler for his size and has the ability to take defenders off the dribble. He is a good late first round option.
Prestes emerged as one of the top centers in Spain last year. He was very productive as a big body that was efficient in the post, boasting a 57.1 percentage from the field.
Prestes doesn't turn the ball over much and is an excellent rebounder. He can score a lot in the post and does well off screens and pick and rolls. Expect him to fall under the radar into the second round, but he is certainly a viable center option.
Another noteworthy Serbian player that has the ability to become a sturdy center in the NBA. He stands at seven feet tall and possesses a soft touch.
He can run the floor and transition, but needs to improve his shot blocking and rebounding, especially for his size.
Expect him to be a second round pick as well.
Motiejunas lacks the defensive presence of most NBA centers, but is a highly gifted offensive player. He can shoot exceptionally well for a seven-footer and has Dirk Nowitzki-like talents.
However, he is pretty lanky, so he could afford to add some muscle. But his shot will be his best weapon.
This Lithuanian could possibly sneak into the first round if teams see him as a Dirk-like player.
The best international option has to be Kevin Seraphin, a very versatile and athletic forward.
Seraphin sits at 6'9" with a long wingspan and solid offensive skills. Not only does he have a good hook shot and decent post moves, but he is also a very good defender with the ability to alter shots.
If he can improve his decision-making and footwork, he will definitely have a good NBA career. He is fully expected to be drafted in the first round, probably in the middle-to-late range.