2010 NBA draft
The NBA Draft 2010 was conducted on 24 June 2010 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. In two rounds of the 30 NBA teams were able to secure the rights to a total of 60 junior players.
The final draft order for the items 1 to 14 was determined on 19 May 2010 by the Draft Lottery. At this weighted lottery took the 14 teams that had qualified in the season 2009/ 10 is not for the playoffs, and some were set in reverse order of the Table of the Regular Season. The drawing won the Washington Wizards, followed by the Philadelphia 76ers and the New Jersey Nets.
All players who wanted to register for the draft had, regardless of their degree be born before 31 December 1991. If they were not " international player ", they could be also the earliest one year after their login graduated from high school.
The Wizards primarily chose John Wall of the Kentucky Wildcats. A further four players this university were selected in the first round, which is a new record in the history of the NBA draft. With Tibor Pleiss a German player was selected first time since 2002. However, since 1995 was only the second time in the top 14 picks, so those participating in the lottery teams, not Europeans.
Abbreviations: PG = Point Guard, SG = shooting guard, small forward = SF, PF = Power Forward, C = Center
- Sherron Collins (the United States United States), University of Kansas
- Manny Harris (United States United States), University of Michigan
- Jeremy Lin ( United States United States), Harvard University
- Tim Ohlbrecht ( Germany Germany ), Telekom Baskets Bonn
- Larry Ishmael Smith (United States, United States), Wake Forest University
- Ben Uzoh (United States United States), University of Tulsa