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June 28, 2000, at Minnesota
2000 NBA Draft, First Round

First RoundPlayer College
1. New Jersey Kenyon MartinCincinnati
2. Vancouver Stromile SwiftLSU
3. L.A. Clippers Darius MilesEast St. Louis HS
4. BullsMarcus FizerIowa State
5. Orlando (from G.S.) Mike MillerFlorida
6. Atlanta DerMarr JohnsonCincinnati
7. Chicago (from Was.) (1) Chris Mihm Texas
8. Cleveland Jamal Crawford Michigan
9. Houston (2)Joel PrzybillaMinnesota
10. Orlando (from Den.) (3) Keyon Dooling Missouri
11. Boston Jerome MoisoUCLA
12. Dallas Etan ThomasSyracuse
13. Orlando (4)Courtney AlexanderFresno State
14. Detroit Mateen CleavesMichigan State
15. MilwaukeeJason CollierGeorgia Tech
16. SacramentoHidayet TurkogluEfes Pilsen (Turkey)
17. SeattleDesmond MasonOklahoma State
18. L.A. Clippers (from Tor., Atl., Phil. and N.Y.)Quentin RichardsonDePaul
19. CharlotteJamaal MagloireMinnesota
20. PhiladelphiaSpeedy ClaxtonHofstra
21. Toronto (from Min. Morris Peterson Michigan State
22. New York (5)Donnell HarveyFlorida
23. Utah (from Mia.) DeShawn StevensonWashington Union HS
24. Chicago (from S.A.)Dalibor BagaricBenston Zagreb (Croatia)
25. Phoenix Iakovos TsakalidisAEK (Greece)
26. Denver (from Utah) Mamdou N'diayeAuburn
27. Indiana Primoz BrezecOlympija Ljublijana (Slovenia)
28. Portland Erick BarkleySt. John's
29. L.A. Lakers Mark MadsenStanford


Notes:
(1) The Bulls traded the rights to Chris Mihm to the Cavaliers for the rights to Jamal Crawford plus cash.
(2) The Rockets traded the rights to Joel Pryzbilla to the Bucks for the rights to Jason Collier and a future first-round draft pick.
(3) The Magic traded Corey Maggette, Derek Strong, the rights to Keyon Dooling plus cash to the Clippers for a future first-round draft pick.
(4) The Mavericks traded a future first-round draft pick plus cash to the Magic for the rights to Courtney Alexander.
(5) The Knicks traded John Wallace and the rights to Donnell Harvey to the Mavericks for Erick Strickland and the rights to Pete Mickeal.

 
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