2002 NBA DRAFT SELECTIONS:
First Round, No. 3: Mike Dunleavy
, F, Duke.
Warriors also acquired No. 16 pick Czech Republic guard Jiri Welsch
from the Sixers for a future first-round pick and a future first or second-round pick.
Second Round, No. 30: Steve Logan
, G, Cincinnati
WARRIORS' 11-MAN ROTATION:
Guards: Gilbert Arenas and Jason Richardson; Forwards: Antawn Jamison and Danny Fortson; Center: Erick Dampier. Top Subs: Guards Bob Sura and Chris Mills and Troy Murphy, Center Adonal Foyle. Significant Injured Players: Guard Mookie Blaylock. Free Agents in Top 11: Hughes (restricted), Blaylock.
MARTY BLAKE'S POST-DRAFT ANALYSIS:
"Dunleavy's a very good player. He's 6-11 and he's going to be a great addition to the team. I think Logan's a terrific player. He's a hard-nosed guy. The Warriors had a lot of guys who were injured and a lot of guys who didn't play very well. They have to do some work on their roster. They've done pretty well with the draft. Logan's a steal. He's going to be terrific. They may just cut Larry Hughes, period. Jiri Welsch will start for them. The fact that they shipped off possibly two first round picks for him tells you how much they think of him."
RECENT FIRST-ROUND DRAFT CHOICES:
RECENT 3RD SELECTIONS: