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NBA Draft history: 2010 Draft

Posted Feb 27 2013 2:55PM

A rundown of the players picked in the 2010 Draft:

First Round
Pick Team Player School/Country
1 WAS John Wall Kentucky
2 PHI Evan Turner Ohio State
3 NJN Derrick Favors Georgia Tech
4 MIN Wesley Johnson Syracuse
5 SAC DeMarcus Cousins Kentucky
6 GSW Ekpe Udoh Baylor
7 DET Greg Monroe Georgetown
8 LAC Al-Farouq Aminu Wake Forest
9 UTA Gordon Hayward Butler
10 IND Paul George Cal State Fresno
11 NOH Cole Aldrich Kansas
12 MEM Xavier Henry Kansas
13 TOR Ed Davis North Carolina
14 HOU Patrick Patterson Kentucky
15 MIL Larry Sanders Virginia Commonwealth
16 MIN Luke Babbitt University of Nevada, Reno
17 CHI Kevin Seraphin France
18 OKC Eric Bledsoe Kentucky
19 BOS Avery Bradley Texas
20 SAS James Anderson Oklahoma State
21 OKC Craig Brackins Iowa State
22 POR Elliot Williams Memphis
23 MIN Trevor Booker Clemson
24 ATL Damion James Texas
25 MEM Dominique Jones South Florida
26 OKC Quincy Pondexter Washington
27 NJN Jordan Crawford Xavier
28 MEM Greivis Vasquez Maryland
29 ORL Daniel Orton Kentucky
30 WAS Lazar Hayward Marquette
Second Round
Pick Team Player School/Country
31 NJN Tibor Pleiss Germany
32 MIA Dexter Pittman Texas
33 SAC Hassan Whiteside Marshall
34 POR Armon Johnson University of Nevada, Reno
35 WAS Nemanja Bjelica Serbia
36 DET Terrico White Mississippi
37 MIL Darington Hobson New Mexico
38 NYK Andy Rautins Syracuse
39 NYK Landry Fields Stanford
40 IND Lance Stephenson Cincinnati
41 MIA Jarvis Varnado Mississippi State
42 MIA Da'Sean Butler West Virginia
43 LAL Devin Ebanks West Virginia
44 MIL Jerome Jordan Tulsa
45 MIN Paulao Prestes Brazil
46 PHO Gani Lawal Georgia Tech
47 MIL Tiny Gallon Oklahoma
48 MIA Latavious Williams Christian Life Center Academy (TX)
49 SAS Ryan Richards England
50 DAL Solomon Alabi Florida State
51 OKC Magnum Rolle Louisiana Tech
52 BOS Luke Harangody Notre Dame
53 ATL Pape Sy France
54 LAC Willie Warren Oklahoma
55 UTA Jeremy Evans Western Kentucky
56 MIN Hamady N'Diaye Rutgers
57 IND Ryan Reid Florida State
58 LAL Derrick Caracter University of Texas at El Paso
59 ORL Stanley Robinson Connecticut
60 PHO Dwayne Collins Miami
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