2002 NBA DRAFT SELECTIONS:

Second Round, No. 37: David Anderson, F, Kinder Bologna, Italy, Australia
Hawks also aquired guard Dan Dickau, the 28th pick of the first round, from Sacramento for a future first-round pick.

HAWKS' ROTATION:

Guards: Jason Terry and Emanual Davis; Forwards: DerMarr Johnson and Shareef Abdur-Rahim; Center: Nazr Mohammed. Top Subs: Guards Dion Glover and Jacque Vaughn, Forwards Toni Kukoc and Ira Newble. Significant Injured Players: Forward/Center Theo Ratliff, Forwards Alan Henderson and Chris Crawford. Free Agents in Top 12: Newble (restricted), Vaughn.

Blake
MARTY BLAKE'S POST-DRAFT ANALYSIS:

"They took Dickau because they may not bring back Jacque Vaughn. Vaughn had a good year for them, but he complained he only made $580K. Do they feel Dickau is their point guard of the future and Terry a two-guard? I don't know. Anderson is pretty good, but they might leave him over in Europe for a year."

RECENT FIRST-ROUND DRAFT CHOICES:

YEAR PLAYER UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE
2001 Pau Gasol Barcelona (Spain)
Jamaal TinsleyIowa State
2000DerMarr Johnson Cincinnati
1999Jason Terry Arizona
Cal Bowdler Old Dominion
Dion Glover Georgia Tech
Jumaine Jones Georgia
1998Roshown McLeod Duke
1997Ed GrayCalifornia
1996Priest Lauderdale Peristeri Nikas (Greece)
1995Alan Henderson Indiana
1994 (no first-round selection)
1993Doug EdwardsFlorida State
1992 Adam Keefe Stanford
1991 Stacey Augmon Nevada-Las Vegas
Anthony Avent Seton Hall
1990 Rumeal RobinsonMichigan
1989 Roy Marble Iowa
1988 (no first-round selection)
1987 Dallas Comegys DePaul
1986 Billy Thompson Louisville
1985 Jon KoncakSouthern Methodist
1984 Kevin Willis Michigan State
1983 (no first-round selection)
1982Keith EdmondsonPurdue