Evan Turner In The NBA: Could He Unseat John Wall As The No. 1 Pick?

There's no way John Wall doesn't go number one in the NBA Draft this year. Not a chance. He's been the top 2010 draft prospect for two years now, and he's lived up to every inch of the hype at Kentucky. There's just no wa...

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Um, excuse me while I pick my tongue off the floor. Did that really happen? EVAN TURNER!

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Again, it's a stretch to think that anyone could unseat John Wall, and don't get me wrong: I've been on the John Wall bandwagon since November. But if Turner can carry Ohio State to the Final Four and possibly a national title, combined with everything else he's done this year—shots like that one, coming back from a broken back after missing just six games, winning the Big Ten—it's sort of a toss-up, right?

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Is Turner-Wall the new Oden-Durant?

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In the poll below, let us know who you'd take:

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