NBA Draft odds on point guards begin with Spain’s Ricky Rubio who is expected to be a Top 5 pick.
NBA Draft betting odds have him going second to Memphis or perhaps fourth to Sacramento. Here is a look at the Top 20 point guards in 2009 NBA Draft odds.
NBA Draft odds at the sportsbook have Rubio rated #1 followed by Davidson superstar Stephen Curry. There is a lot of debate on where Curry will go in NBA Draft betting. He could go as high as the Top 5 or he could fall out of the Top 10. The same thing can be said of the third rated point guard in NBA Draft odds, Memphis’ Tyreke Evans. Some NBA Draft betting boards have him going in the Top 5 while others have him falling out of the Top 10. That is not the case with the fourth rated point guard in NBA Draft odds. Syracuse’s Jonny Flynn is expected to be a Top 10 pick going as high as #5 to Washington or perhaps falling to the Knicks at #8.
Jrue Holliday from UCLA is the 5th rated point guard in NBA Draft odds at the sportsbook. He is also expected to be a Top 10 pick and fits behind Evans and Flynn. The sixth rated point guard is Brandon Jennings who was playing overseas. The opinions on him vary as much as on any player in NBA Draft betting. Some sports betting people think he can go in the Top 5 while others believe he is not worth a Top 20 pick. The other two top point guards in NBA Draft odds are 7th rated Ty Lawson from North Carolina and 8th rated Eric Maynor from Virginia Commonwealth. Darren Collison of UCLA comes in at #9 while St. Mary’s’ Patrick Mills is the 10th rated point guard in NBA Draft odds.
After the Top 10 point guards you can really throw the next ten into a group and have a lot of differing sports betting opinions. At #11 in NBA Draft odds is Sergio Llull from Real Madrid. He is followed by Toney Douglas at #12 from Florida State. The next three point guards are all from overseas as Rodrigue Beaubois is #13 in NBA Draft odds, Patrick Beverley #14 and Nando De Colo at #15. A. J. Price from Connecticut comes in at #16 in NBA Draft odds followed by Tennessee Martin’s Lester Hudson at #17 and Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez at #18. Jeremy Pargo is at #19 while Tyrese Rice from Boston College is #20.