10. Villanova (9-0)
After missing games the last few seasons due to health issues, Jim Calhoun has officially called it a career. Calhoun coached 26 seasons at Connecticut winning 625 games, making 4 Final Fours and 3 National Titles. Continue reading
The first draft held in the Prudential Center was filled with North Carolina and Kentucky players. 10 players were drafted by both schools with 8 of them going in the first round. The Rockets dominated the first round with 3 picks (Jeremy Lamb, Royce White and Terrence Jones). Now lets take a look at how the first ten picks went down and how the Sixers made out in Newark.
1. New Orleans Hornets- Anthony Davis, C, Kentucky
The Hornets didn’t surprise anyone by going with the best overall player in Davis. Davis will roam the middle in New Orleans being a defensive threat with his length and tremendous shot blocking ability. He will need to bulk up a bit more in order to be able to score on the offensive end at the next level.