2002 NBA DRAFT SELECTIONS:

First Round, No. 20 (from Seattle via New York): Kareem Rush, G, Missouri
Raptors then traded Rush and Tracy Murray to the Lakers for Lindsey Hunter and 27th pick Chris Jefferies, F, Fresno State.

RAPTORS' EIGHT-MAN ROTATION:

Guards: Alvin Williams and Vince Carter; Forwards: Morris Peterson and Antonio Davis; Center: Hakeem Olajuwon. Top Subs: Guard Chris Childs, Forwards Keon Clark and Jerome Williams. Free Agents in Top Eight: Childs, Clark (restricted).

Blake
MARTY BLAKE'S POST-DRAFT ANALYSIS:

"Kareem Rush wasn't going to get a shot in Toronto so they traded him. Lindsey Hunter has about $9 million coming. They're looking for a backup point guard so they took him. Chris Jefferies is sort of a wildcard."

RECENT FIRST-ROUND DRAFT CHOICES:

YEAR PLAYER UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE
2001 Michael Bradley Villanova
2000 Morris Peterson Michigan State
1999 Jonathan BenderPicayne (Miss.) H.S.
Alek RadojevicBarton County CC
1998 Antawn JamisonNorth Carolina
1997 Tracy McGrady Mt. Zion (N.C.) Christian Academy
1996 Marcus Camby Massachusetts
1995 Damon Stoudamire Arizona


RECENT 20TH SELECTIONS:

YEAR PLAYER DRAFTING TEAM UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE
2001 Brendan Haywood Cleveland Cavaliers North Carolina
2000 Speedy Claxton Philadelphia 76ers Hofstra
1999 Dion Glover Atlanta Hawks Georgia Tech
1998 Roshown McLeod Atlanta Hawks Duke
1997 Paul Grant Minnesota Timberwolves Wisconsin
1996 Zydrunas Ilgauskas Cleveland Cavaliers Atletas (Lithuania)
1995 Jason Caffey Chicago Bulls Alabama
1994 B.J. Tyler Philadelphia 76ers Texas
1993 Scott Burrell Charlotte Hornets Connecticut
1992 Hubert Davis New York Knicks North Carolina
1991 John Turner Houston Rockets Phillips
1990 Gerald Glass Minnesota Timberwolves Mississippi
1989 Jeff Sanders Chicago Bulls Georgia Southern
1988 Kevin Edwards Miami Heat DePaul
1987 Jim Farmer Dallas Mavericks Alabama