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June 30, 1999, at Washington, D.C.
1999 NBA Draft, First Round

First RoundPlayer College
1. Chicago Elton Brand Duke
2. Vancouver Steve Francis Maryland
3. Charlotte Baron Davis UCLA
4. L.A. Clippers Lamar Odom Rhode Island
5. Toronto Jonathan Bender Picayune (Miss.) H.S.
6. Minnesota (from N.J.) Wally Szczerbiak Miami (Ohio)
7. Washington Richard Hamilton Connecticut
8. Cleveland (from Boston) Andre Miller Utah
9. Phoenix (from Dallas) Shawn Marion UNLV
10. Atlanta (from G.S.) Jason Terry Arizona
11. Cleveland Trajan Langdon Duke
12. Toronto Alek Radojevic Barton County CC
13. Seattle (1) Corey Maggette Duke
14. Minnesota William Avery Duke
15. New York (from N.J.) Frederic Weis, Limoges (France)
16. Chicago (from Phoenix) Ron Artest St. John's
17. Atlanta (from Sac.) Cal Bowdler Old Dominion
18. Denver (from Mil. and Pho.) James Posey Xavier
19. Utah (from Phil.) Quincy Lewis Minnesota
20. Atlanta (from Det.) Dion Glover Georgia Tech
21. Golden State (from Atl.) (2) Jeff Foster Southwest Texas State
22. Houston (from Miami) Kenny Thomas New Mexico
23. L.A. Lakers Devean George Augsburg (Minn.)
24. Utah (from Orlando) Andrei Kirilenko CSKA (Russia)
25. Miami Tim James Miami
26. Indiana (2) Vonteego Cummings Pittsburgh
27. Atlanta (from Por. via Det.) (3) Jumaine Jones Georgia
28. Utah Scott Padgett Kentucky
29. San Antonio (4) Leon Smith M.L. King HS (Chicago)


Notes:
(1) Seattle traded Billy Owens, Dale Ellis, Don MacLean and the draft rights to Corey Maggette to Orlando for the rights to Horace Grant and two future second-round draft choices.
(2) Golden State traded draft rights to Jeff Foster to Indiana in exchange for draft rights to Vonteego Cummings (26th overall) and a future first-round pick.
(3) Atlanta traded the draft rights to Jumaine Jones to Philadelphia in exchange for a future first-round pick.
(4) San Antonio traded the draft rights to Leon Smith to Dallas for draft rights to Gordon Giricek (40th overall pick) and a future second-round draft pick.

 
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