Okay this is for bragging rights. Think you've got the draft figured out? Think you know how the Blazers are going to move? Then let's see if you're right.
It's easy, pick the player you think Portland will draft.
"But!" you say, "someone else may pick that player also, and then how will we know who knew more than anyone else?" That's why there are tie-breakers. First tie-breaker is pick number. But not just pick number, but how Portland acquires said pick. So what trade happens to get Portland where they pick?
"But!" you say again. "What if I think Portland stay's put at #22? And others who pick my player will as well!" Then there's a second tie-breaker. Namely who does Portland pick second? We have the #34 pick in the draft. If you think that's Portland's second pick, then who will Portland choose? Of course, with the first tie breaker, you may have left the #22 alone, making it Portland's second pick. Or maybe you went really crazy and traded for the 4th and 7th pick. And maybe you're crazy like a fox.
"But!" you say again. I wish you'd stop saying that. Still, you persist (sigh). "What do I get if I win?" I haven't thought that far ahead. Wait, I did! Bragging rights. Yeah, I know, that kind of sucks. Yet it's all I have to offer.
So, to sum it up:
First - Pick the Blazers' first draft pick of the 2010 NBA Draft.
Second - Explain how the Blazers got that pick.
Third - Pick the Blazers' second draft pick of the 2010 NBA Draft.