The Washington Wizards won the 2010 NBA Draft Lottery; they were the fifth-likeliest team to win. The Philadelphia 76ers jumped from sixth to second, and the league-worst New Jersey Nets fell to third.
Minnesota will pick fourth, Sacramento fifth, and everyone else remains where they were expected to be.
Well, the Wizards certainly couldn't do worse than the last time they had the #1 pick: They got Kwame Brown. And as much as I respect my Pacers for refusing to tank the season when it was clear we weren't gonna make the playoffs, we went from an almost surefire top-5 pick to #10-- gah.
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The Wizards absolutely have to dump Gilbert Arenas now. They shouldn't let him anywhere near John Wall. Congrats to Washington and all, but they're going to need a real locker room leader and not a clown like Agent Zero or a primadonna like Andre Blatche.
I don't know what to make of this, but Bonzi Wells is going home. So much for the Rockets as the dark horse pick. I'm confident that Luther Head can pick up the ball and run with it, but losing Wells is still a huge blow to Houston.