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Ties broken for NBA Draft 2010 order of selection

http://www.nba.com/2010/news/04/16/draft.order/index.html?ls=iref:nbahpt2

The results of the drawings:
• Utah (53-29) won a tiebreaker with Atlanta and Denver; Atlanta then won a tie-breaker with Denver
• Boston (50-32) won a tiebreaker with San Antonio, Oklahoma City and Portland; San Antonio then won a tie-breaker with Oklahoma City and Portland; Oklahoma City then won a tie-breaker with Portland
• Memphis (40-42) won a tiebreaker with Toronto
• The Los Angeles Clippers (29-53) won a tiebreaker with New York
• Philadelphia (27-55) won a tiebreaker with Detroit
• Golden State (26-56) won a tiebreaker with Washington
Attached is the order of selection for the 2010 NBA Draft, as well as the number of chances for teams in the 2010 NBA Draft Lottery, to be held May 18, at the NBA Entertainment studio in Secaucus, New Jersey.
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2010 FIRST ROUND DRAFT CHOICE ORDER
The teams entered in the lottery, to be held on May 18, 2010, are as follows (note: the first three picks in the Draft will be determined by the lottery and the remainder of the "lottery teams" will select in positions 4 through 14 in inverse order of their consolidated standings at the end of the regular season):
TEAM RECORD LOTTERY CHANCES
New Jersey 12-70 250
Minnesota 15-67 199
Sacramento 25-57 156
Golden State 26-56 104
Washington 26-56 103
Philadelphia 27-55 53
Detroit 27-55 53
LA Clippers 29-53 23
New York (To Utah via Phoenix) 29-53 22
Indiana 32-50 11
New Orleans 37-45 8
Memphis 40-42 7
Toronto 40-42 6
Houston 42-40 5
The order for the remainder of the first round picks is as follows:
15. Chicago (To Milwaukee) 41-41
16. Charlotte (To Minnesota via Denver) 44-38
17. Milwaukee (To Chicago) 46-36
18. Miami 47-35
19. Boston 50-32
20. San Antonio 50-32
21. Oklahoma City 50-32
22. Portland 50-32
23. Utah (To Minnesota via Philadelphia) 53-29
24. Atlanta 53-29
25. Denver (To Memphis) 53-29
26. Phoenix (To Oklahoma City) 54-28
27. Dallas (To New Jersey) 55-27
28. LA Lakers (To Memphis) 57-25
29. Orlando 59-23
30. Cleveland (To Washington) 61-21
2010 SECOND ROUND DRAFT CHOICE ORDER
31. New Jersey
32. Minnesota (To Oklahoma City)
33. Sacramento
34/35. Washington
34/35. Golden State
36/37. Detroit
36/37. Philadelphia (To Milwaukee)
38/39. New York
38/39. LA Clippers (To New York via Denver)
40. Indiana
41. New Orleans (To Miami)
42/43. Toronto (To Miami)
42/43. Memphis (To LA Lakers)
44. Chicago (To Portland)
45. Houston (To Minnesota)
46. Charlotte (To Phoenix)
47. Milwaukee
48. Miami
49. San Antonio
50. Oklahoma City (To Dallas)
51. Portland (To Oklahoma City via Dallas and Minnesota)
52. Boston
53. Atlanta
54. Denver (To LA Clippers)
55. Utah
56. Phoenix (To Minnesota)
57. Dallas Pick may be conveyed to Indiana.
58. LA Lakers
59. Orlando
60. Cleveland (To Phoenix)


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The most exciting part of

The most exciting part of the 2010 season for the Nets fans is the draft lottery haha

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Minnesota Timberwolves Are Pivotal

The Timberwolves have 6 selections in the 2010 draft, 3 of them in the first round and a 4th at the beginning of the 2nd round. If my source is correct, and if the draft were held today, they would have the

2nd, 17th, 24th, 32nd, 44th, and 46th overall picks

How many point guards do you think they'll take this year? If you didn't already know, they took 4 PGs in the 2009 draft.

I think Minnesota learned their lesson last season where they essentially wasted a golden opportunity with 3 first round selections. This time around, I truly believe the Timberwolves will actually select young guys who can make them a better team. Isn't that a novel approach? - LOL

It will also be interesting to see if they trade any of their first round selections. NY Knicks anyone, a team with zero first round selections.

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good thinking...They

good thinking...They desperately need depth badly...If they drafy right they should end up with one all-star, a starter, 2 solid role players, and then they still have the 2nd round picks

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"The Timberwolves have 6

"The Timberwolves have 6 selections in the 2010 draft, 3 of them in the first round and a 4th at the beginning of the 2nd round. If my source is correct, and if the draft were held today, they would have the

2nd, 17th, 24th, 32nd, 44th, and 46th overall picks"

You mean as opposed to the source that is the official NBA website and is quoted right above your post stating that Minnesota will have picks 1-5 (lottery dependent), 16th, 23rd, 45th, and 56th?

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I'm really

I'm really pissed that OKC is at 21 instead of 19 or 20. That might make a huge difference when they try to trade up. I mean Boston won their division, i think that used to count for these things...

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Im sick of the people

Im sick of the people knocking on Minny for taking those PGs last year. My reasoning...

1. The depth of talent at PG in that draft was unreal
2. Rubio was hyped to have arguably the greatest potential in the draft.
3. Flynn was taken...how is that bad now considering Rubio's buyout and the fact he stayed overseas. Kahn may have for seen this.
4. They had a ton of picks so they trade the pick to DEN and THEY took Lawson
5. Ellington is a tweener, but more a SG than PG. He was good value in our position given his performance in the tourney.
6. We took Calathes and traded him to the Mavs. Leaving us with only 2 PGs that we took from this draft.
7. Kahn probably knew this years draft would be deeper considering the possible lockout.
8. PG depth is lacking this year so we got it last year and can trade it for higher value this year if need be.

Kahn did a respectable job IMO and our future is looking bright with plenty of cap space and picks in the coming years.

Sure we probably should have taken Curry (who is also looking like a PG) but not many people thought he would transition this well to the NBA game. We went for talent and when you need to rebuild as much as we did/do taking BPA is the way to go IMO regardless of position.

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My Source

I don't remember who made the comment above about the numbers on my list, but I want to clarify what I said. Yesterday I read an article by a sportswriter about the draft and the Timberwolves. I don't know how accurate his draft list numbers were but I simply copied and pasted them into my post. I'm fairly confident he was at least relatively close.

More importantly, it appears as if Minnesota holds the key to this draft. They have multiple selections, probably too many for one team. My guess is some will be used for trades because you can only select but so many guys in the same draft.

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