NBA Draft: 10 Things That NBA Teams Would Do Differently in the 2010 Draft

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NBA Draft: 10 Things That NBA Teams Would Do Differently in the 2010 Draft
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It's hard to evaluate a draft less than a year after it happened.

But I'm sure if some of the teams had the opportunity to re-do the 2010 NBA draft right now, there would be big changes on the horizon.

The Philadelphia 76ers selected Evan Turner second overall, and he has struggled for the majority of the season.

While Turner could develop into an All-Star one day, Philadelphia could have taken that opportunity to solidify a greater position of need instead of drafting the heir-apparent to Andre Iguodala.

Not all picks will end up badly.

Sometimes the younger players often just take extra time to develop or haven't had the time to adjust to the length of the 82 game NBA schedule.

Regardless of how they end up, this article is just looking at the facts.

Right now in March, I can guarantee you that NBA general managers are watching a player develop and saying "man, I really messed up there".

So I want to give them a chance to make things right...and that chance is now.

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