NBA Draft 2012 Results: Picks Nos. 1-10 From Thursday's Draft

NEWARK - Anthony Davis was this year's top pick in the 2012 NBA Draft on Thursday night at Prudential Center, as the premier center from the University of Kentucky was drafted by the New Orleans Hornets. Below are the top ten picks in this year's draft.

NBA Draft 2012 - Top Ten Picks

  1. New Orleans Hornets - Anthony Davis (Center - Kentucky Wildcats)
  2. Charlotte Bobcats - Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Forward - Kentucky Wildcats)
  3. Washington Wizards - Bradley Beal (Guard - Florida Gators)
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers - Dion Waiters (Guard - Syracuse Orange)
  5. Sacramento Kings - Thomas Robinson (F - Kansas Jayhawks)
  6. Portland Trail Blazers - Damian Lillard (Guard - Weber State Wildcats)
  7. Golden State Warriors - Harrison Barnes (Forward - North Carolina Tar Heels)
  8. Toronto Raptors - Terrence Ross (Guard - Washington Huskies)
  9. Detroit Pistons - Andre Drummond (Center - Connecticut Huskies)
  10. New Orleans Hornets - Austin Rivers (Guard - Duke Blue Devils)

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