Draft fans, with the NBA draft just days away (Thursday at 7:00 PM ET) we would like to invite you to participate in our 2010 Draft Day Challenge, presented by 2KSports!

With our easy to use drag and drop feature, you can create your own two round mock draft.

Your score will be recorded and you will receive an overall score, rank and percentile among participants. You will be able to maintain your mock draft up until an hour before the draft begins.

To play, log in at:


*Scores are given based on accuracy of mock draft.

*Compete with your friends and the entire NBADraft.net community.

*Be the top “mocker” and win our top prize, a 2KSports video game bundle plus a brand new Sony Play Station 3 (Over $500 value). The game is absolutely free and you can’t win unless you play! 

To create your own mock draft, click here.

*Be sure to fill out a 60 player mock draft before the NBA draft starts.

Scoring System

Here is the scoring system (after the draft is complete). Different point totals are awarded for first round picks (positions 1 – 30) and second round picks (positions 31 – 60).

  1-30 (First round) 31-60 (Second Round)
Exact pick 5 pts 3 pts
within 3 positions 3 pts 1 pt
within 5 positions 2 pts 1 pt
within 10 positions 1 pt 1 pt
greater than 10 positions 0 pt 0 pt

For more information on the scoring system, please click here: Draft Day Challenge Scoring System


1. You must provide a valid name, email and address.

2. Deadline to submit mock draft is 30 minutes prior to start of draft.

Create & Share Your Mock Draft

Our latest feature allows you to not only create a full 60 player mock draft but write explanations for why you think each pick will be made. Set your mock, fill in your comments and send the link to friends or post it on Facebook or other social networking sites for all your friends to see!

Last Year, Jamie Yeckering won the 2009 Draft Day Challenge.



  1. Next year
    I think the scoring system should be changed next year. It’s easier to mock the first rounders than the second. I can get 5 points for guessing Wall to the Wizards, but if I guess “Player X” gets picked 60th I only get 3 points. That doesn’t seem right to me.

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