2010 NBA Draft Do-Over: How We Would Re-Draft Based on NBA Season So Far

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2010 NBA Draft Do-Over: How We Would Re-Draft Based on NBA Season So Far
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The 2010 NBA Draft didn't look very deep at the time, and now, with only John Wall looking like a bona fide player that could be a franchise guy, it looks even weaker.

The rookie stat list is filled with guys who were either drafted in previous years and spent a few seasons in Europe, or guys that were injured a season ago.

This year's rookie of the year is going to be a guy that was drafted in 2009 unless something miraculous happens, and at best, this draft is ripe with role players and flops as of right now.

Evan Turner hasn't lived up to expectations at all, and may even need a trip to the D-League to get his act together, and many players that went undrafted are doing better than a handful of first rounders.

I would like to go back and take a look at 2010's draft, and give each team a do-over, and decide what they would do if they were given a second chance.

Note: Because of how complicated and convoluted things can get if I try to reevaluate draft-day trades, I will leave the trades how they were carried out then, as it is impossible to tell how many teams would be trading away their draft picks if they had this hindsight.

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