Friday, June 25th, 2010 at 3:29 pm  |  44 responses

Complete 2010 NBA Draft Results

Who’s on which team now? Check this.

by Ryne Nelson

With all the swapping and swindling going over the past 24 hours, it’d be easy to lose track of who ended up on what roster. Not to worry.

Here is the results of 2010 NBA Draft (rookie draft rights mentioned with final team only):

Atlanta Jordan Crawford (27th overall), Pape Sy (53rd overall), cash considerations
Boston Avery Bradley (19th overall), Luke Harangody (52nd overall)
Chicago Kirk Hinrich
Dallas Dominique Jones (25th overall), 2013 protected second round pick (from Toronto), cash considerations Cash considerations
Detroit Greg Monroe (7th overall), Terrico White (36th overall)
Golden State Ekpe Udoh (6th overall)
Houston Patrick Patterson (14th overall)
Indiana Paul George (10th overall), Lance Stephenson (40th overall), Magnum Rolle (51st overall) Cash considerations
L.A. Clippers Al-Farouq Aminu (8th overall), Eric Bledsoe (18th overall), Willie Warren (54th overall) Future protected first round draft pick
L.A. Lakers Devin Ebanks (43rd overall), Derrick Caracter (58th overall)
Memphis Xavier Henry (12th overall), Greivis Vasquez (28th overall), cash considerations
Miami Dexter Pittman (32nd overall), Jarvis Varnado (41st overall), Da’Sean Butler (42nd overall), 2011 protected second round pick (from OKC) Daequan Cook
Milwaukee Larry Sanders (15th overall), Darington Hobson (47th overall), Jerome Jordan (44th overall), Keith “Tiny” Gallon (47th overall)
Minnesota Wesley Johnson (4th overall), Lazar Hayward (30th overall), Nemanja Bjelica (35th overall), Paulao Prestes (45th overall), Martell Webster Ryan Gomes
New Jersey Derrick Favors (3rd overall), Damion James (24th overall)
New Orleans Craig Brackins (21st overall), Quincy Pondexter (26th overall) Morris Peterson
New York Andy Rautins (38th overall), Landry Fields (39th overall)
OKC Cole Aldrich (11th overall), Tibor Pleiss (31st overall), Latavious Williams (48th overall), Ryan Reid (57th overall), Morris Peterson, future protected first round draft pick (from Clippers), cash considerations 2011 protected second round pick, cash considerations
Orlando Daniel Orton (29th overall), Stanley Robinson (59th overall)
Philadelphia Evan Turner (2nd overall)
Phoenix Gani Lawal (46th overall), Dwayne Collins (60th overall)
Portland Luke Babbitt (16th overall), Eliot Williams (22nd overall), Armon Johnson (34th overall), Ryan Gomes Martell Webster
Sacramento DeMarcus Cousins (5th overall), Hassan Whiteside (33rd overall)
San Antonio James Anderson (20th overall), Ryan Richards (49th overall)
Toronto Ed Davis (13th overall), Solomon Alabi (50th overall) 2013 protected second round draft pick, cash considerations
Utah Gordon Hayward (9th overall), Jeremy Evans (55th overall)
Washington John Wall (1st overall), Kevin Seraphin (17th overall), Trevor Booker (23rd overall), Hamady N’diaye (56th overall), Kirk Hinrich
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  • underdog

    I hope Mo Pete finds his game in OKC.

  • hangtime Hec

    So the Wizards are really going to roll with Gilbert at the two, Wall at the one and Kirk as a back up?

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    @hangtime- Wall at 1, Arenas at the 2, Hinrich at the 3 and Foye at the 4! LOL naw something tells me they’re gonna try and deal Arenas.

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    Toronto, Orlando and Sacramento all scored.

  • http://www.slamonline.com wayno

    A little tardy to the party thier SLAM…way to get those draft results out right on time, lol.

  • Elias

    Yeah, we got Devin Ebanks, I think he might be a steal, not like a Manuesque steal, but he might turn out to be a real solid player. Lance Stephenson would’ve been great if Indiana hadn’t got him just before us. Kobe could’ve really helped him, but Ebanks is great too.

  • http://slamonline.com AlbertBarr

    @Moose: Sactown is looking good! We need some better backups at the guard positions though.

  • http://slamonline.com AlbertBarr

    Actually we need backup guards, period. Cisco can play the two (I like him at 3 though) but other than tyreke and beno, the only “guards” we will have are dominic mcguire and ime udoka.

  • http://slamonline.com AlbertBarr

    PG: Tyreke, Beno
    SG: Cisco, Ime Udoka, McGuire
    SF: Donte Green, Casspi
    PF: Landry, WHiteside,Jason Thompson, Brocktapus, Sean May
    C: Sammy D, DeMarcus COusins

    Although I expect the starting 5 to be Beno, ‘Reke, Green, Landry and Dalembert

    Damn…we are jammed at the forward spot…trade for some guards!

  • http://www.dimemag.com Anton

    I can relate to Cousins – I too am out of shape and have maturity issues.
    Dude’s straight beast though. He’s already more mentally tough, has better post moves, and a better shooter than Superdouche. Not to mention an efficient rebounder. What a C should be.

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Now that Sac has Whiteside, Dalembert and Cousins, they should trade Thompson and Landry for a psychiatrist and a motivational speaker.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    WHY didn’t the Knicks draft Lance Stephenson? He would have been the perfect steal! SMH, the Knicks always manage to suck @ss come draft time, thanks in large to Mike D’Antoni. Wait till Lance Stephenson surprises everyone and Donnie Walsh will have to cover for his stupid coach: “It was a mistake, and I regret drafting these two guys instead of Stephenson. I will now trade them to Houston.”

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    Although, I’m happy for my other two teams: Raptors and Rockets got great picks.
    Knicks should have drafted Jeremy Lin and Lance Stephenson… That would have been great. I hope Jeremy gets picked up elsewhere, it’s a shame he didn’t get drafted.

  • cc413

    cousins is the truest center coming in since howard and fit for the kings tho i do wish okc would trade cook for him.. cook would complement reke nicely and his range would prevent the d from collapsing on him.. excellent job as always

  • cc413

    by okc gm sam presti.. your doing amazing things n the city man keep it up.. okc will be a force for years to come

  • fizzrocket

    Avery Bradley was a great pick-up by Boston. Also, Derrick Favors will be kickass in NJ. No more Yi, please.

  • http://www.hypebball.com Sam Raphael Chadwick

    Dam the Kings frontcourt is stacked shame they couldnt draft a real point guard and allow Tyreke to play as a shooting guard. oh well there is always FA…

  • http://www.slamonline.com wayno

    I’m very happy that Detroit got a legit big who they can run the offense through so Stuckey doesn’t have to pretend to be a PG ALL the time.

  • cc413

    the fighting irish man will also blossom in beantown.. boston is famous for picking these type players and turning them into fan favs and also extremely productive bench players

  • cc413

    daniel orton is the best position he could hope for.. he now gets to grow, evolve, and learn from the only true center left.. orton will blossom into one of the most dominating bigs in the nba someday.. jus imagine the impact he could have had in the season ending series against boston.. he will be a howard type player.. stanley robinson is also a steal for the magic.. the magic have jus gotten bigger and more athletic so watch out east

  • http://www.slamonline.com wayno

    Orton should have stayed in school longer…he’s gonna be a stud though.

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    Can’t agree with you about Orton, wayno. Dude showed me relatively nothing to prove he’ll be a stud.

  • NBA kid

    With Orton for the magic, maybe the rumor of sign and trade Gortat for Ray Allen will come true…

  • http://www.clownpenis.com Tarzan Cooper

    Sas got a steal. Okc did great, sac too. Most teams did well. Indy forgot they said they wanted a pg?

  • Jose

    I doubt Gortat gets traded i mean dude’s too valuable to trade off.

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    i will be watching TURNER and FAVORS.

  • http://www.nba.com/suns Dacre

    I dont think Gordon Hayward was going to play anywhere else other than Utah in the NBA…

  • http://www.nba.com/suns Dacre

    Why did the Suns take two 6’8 ‘generic’ type players? I don’t know if those guys will be sticking around much with the lesser-griffin kid and Earl Clark holding the bench on ‘rookie-lockdown’….?

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    Dacre i agree, hayward i think is korver 2.0

  • deano

    sooo many trades…..whats the point of watching the draft nowadays???

  • deano

    *stands and applauds David Kahn*

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ Matt Lawyue

    Awesome stuff Ryne, unlike the Knicks. For drafting AR. Instead of Stephenson. I don’t know what else to say at this point… July 1 can’t get here soon enough.

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  • CC413

    trading gortat would be a questionable decision for the magic.. im a huge ortan fan and i have much respect for his game and i believe he will blossom under howards wing and one day be one of the most dominant centers in the nba but not right now.. he has potential and gortat has right now.. gortat is full of energy and hustle and loves to play d and would be stand out center for a team like okc but orton cant replace him right off.. ray ray would fit in perfectly in orlando if they decide to keep carter (i think they should work out a deal to hedo back even if it does mean shipping out carter) lewis, redick, and nelson.. if orlando trades nelson and carter to the hornets for cp3 then follows thru with trading ray ray for gortat they would be favs to win the eastern conf crown.. a line-up of cp3, ray ray, hedo, lewis, and howard with a supporting cast of sharp shooter redick, sharp shooter and d-minded pietris, big man orton coming off the bench would instantly complete a team to challenge the bulls if bron and bosh do decide to head to chi town.. i believe they would even be greater maybe even one of the greatest teams in the last 30 years

  • http://www.shawnkemp.com JACO

    @Dacre Indiana?????..no?

  • http://Yahoo Dwayne Daniels

    Do anyone think New Orleans is stupid enough to take Vince Carter and Nelson for Cp3,Orlando was stupid enough to take vince!!! Vince Carter doesnt want the responsibility of being a franchise player and poeple are living off of what he did in his first 5yrs,He need to see the wizard,he need a heart,17mil
    for him,Orlando,your GM should be fired.Hedo was much better for that team,, he was your playmaker, not to mention,R.lewis,Damm !!! WHO over paid him?? You could have gotten him for 80mil,not 100, or whatever it is, we do know he is over paid.And the Dominate Center, nice guy, has more upside but to be great, he needs to develope a post game, no go to move, no counter move, and he has a good teacher in Ewing,Pretty soon other teams in the East will pass orlando up. No true leader and no substance to get them to the top.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    Maybe Orlando will trade Vince Carter to the Raptors for Hedo Turkoglu.

  • jdstorm

    or Orlando trades Lewis and Bass to Wash for Arenas. Thornton and a 2nd round pick

  • http://twincityslim@yahoo.com Jahi

    Biggest steal in the draft goes to the Houston Rockets with Patrick Patterson @ the 14th pick. In three years, I’m betting that the steals of this draft are Patterson, Xavier Henry, Devin Ebanks, and Greg Monroe. My reasoning, is that these players fell into very good situations that match their particular skillsets. Personally, I think Greg Monroe was the most underrated player in the draft, considering his all around game. Landing with the Detroit Pistons was a coup for Monroe, if he can become more mean in the post, the sky is the limit.

  • http://twincityslim@yahoo.com Jahi

    I forgot to add, James Anderson going to the San Antonio Spurs @ 20, was another steal, to round out my Top 5 steals of the draft list:

    Patrick Patterson, Devin Ebanks, Xavier Henry, Greg Monroe, and James Anderson.

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  • ccantrell

    if paul wants to go to orlando it really doesnt matter whether or not the hornets want to get rid of him or not.. if he wants to go there i can garauntee you he will end up there.. a cp3 and howard duo would dominate the nba

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    The Korver comparison I keep hearing/reading frustrates me.

    Gordon (6-9) is NOT a shooter, he’s a slasher/all-around baller; korver (6-7) is basically just a shooter.

  • c_cantrell

    @cub buenning.. true man true