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2010 NBA Draft

June 25, 2010

Last night NBA Commissioner David Stern conducted the 2010 NBA Draft in the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Predictably, Kentucky’s John Wall was picked #1 by the Washington Wizards. Overall, five Kentucky Wildcats were picked in the first round, a record for first round picks from one school. Photos by Avi Gerver, ©Madison Square Garden, Inc.

Fans line up before doors open:

Commissioner David Stern shakes hands with #1 pick John Wall of Kentucky:

David Stern poses with Evan Turner of Ohio State, picked #2 by the Philadelphia 76ers:

A Knicks fan sports a #33 jersey, perhaps a celebration of Patrick Ewing as the #1 pick in the 1985 draft:

NBA Commissioner David Stern:

Paul George of Fresno State, a surprise pick at #10 by the Indiana Pacers, embraces a family member:

Overview of the Draft:

The Commissioner with Luke Babbitt of Nevada, picked #16 by the Minnesota Timberwolves. He was later traded to the Portland Blazers.

Greivis Vasquez of Maryland, picked #28 by the Memphis Grizzlies, will be the third Venezuelan-born player in NBA history:

NBA Commissioner David Stern:

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