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2010 Consensus Mock Draft: Orlando Magic Select…

June 24, 2010

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With the Draft only a few short hours away I thought we would take a look at what all the mock drafts around the “net” have to say about who the Magic will select.  Take a look.  

Site                                         1st Round                                                             2nd Round  

Howard the Dunk            SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington           N/A  

DraftExpress                     SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington          PG Jerome Randle, California (Insider)       SF Darington Hobson, New Mexico         PG Mikhail Torrance, Alabama 

(12 more site after the jump) 


Site 1st Round 2nd Round
Howard the Dunk SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington N/A
DraftExpress SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington PG Jerome Randle, California (Insider) SF Darington Hobson, New Mexico PG Mikhail Torrance, Alabama SG James Anderson, Oklahoma St N/A
Yahoo Sports PG/SG Terrico White, Mississippi PG Denis Clemente, Kansas St
Inside Hoops PG/SG Terrico White, Mississippi N/A SG Dominique Jones, South Florida PG Denis Clemente, Kansas St
NBC Sports PG/SG Terrico White, Mississippi N/A
RealGM             SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington SG Jon Scheyer, Duke
HoopsWorld SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington SG Andy Rautins, Syracuse
Pro Basketball News PG/SG Willie Warren, Oklahoma N/A
Sporting News SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington N/A
The Hoops Report SF Quincy Pondexter, Washington PF Luke Harangody, Notre Dame
SB Nation – OPP PG Greivis Vasquez, Maryland N/A PF Samardo Samuels, Louisville N/A


Not a lot of surprises or names we haven’t been hearing throughout the process besides Samuels and Anderson.  My prediction? I think a player or two are going to fall (i.e. James Anderson or Hassan Whiteside) and the Magic are going to get lucky.  If not, I expect them to try and trade out of the first round.  Otis has continually said they will keep the first round pick, but they should be able to get a player they like in the early 2nd and in turn, save some cash.   

The draft is never short of drama and trades, so make sure to tune in tonight to not only see who the Magic select, but also to see which teams set back their franchises for years with atrocious picks.   

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