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Guards



D.J. Augustin

6-0, Texas


Jerryd Bayless

6-3, Arizona


Mario Chalmers

6-1, Kansas


Chris Douglas-Roberts

6-7, Memphis


Wayne Ellington

6-4, North Carolina


Shan Foster

6-6, Vanderbilt


Eric Gordon

6-4, Indiana


Lester Hudson

6-3, UT-Martin


Ty Lawson

5-11, North Carolina


Courtney Lee

6-5, W. Kentucky


O.J. Mayo

6-5, USC


Richard Roby

6-6, Colorado


Derrick Rose

6-3, Memphis


Brandon Rush

6-6, Kansas


Kyle Weaver

6-6, Washington St.


Russell Westbrook

6-3, UCLA


Forwards



Ryan Anderson

6-10, California


Joe Alexander

6-8, West Virginia


Darrell Arthur

6-9, Kansas


Nicolas Batum

6-8, France


Michael Beasley

6-10, Kansas St.


Chase Budinger

6-7, Arizona


Will Daniels

6-8, Rhode Island


Danilo Gallinari

6-8, Italy


Donte Greene

6-11, Syracuse


Richard Hendrix

6-9, Alabama


J.J. Hickson

6-9, NC State


Davon Jefferson

6-8, USC


Kevin Love

6-10, UCLA


JaVale McGee

7-0, Nevada


Anthony Randolph

6-10, LSU


Jason Thompson

6-11, Rider


Bill Walker

6-6, Kansas St.


D.J. White

6-9, Indiana


Centers



Alexis Ajinca

7-0, France


DeVon Hardin

6-11, California


Roy Hibbert

7-2, Georgetown


DeAndre Jordan

7-0, Texas A&M


Kosta Koufos

7-0, Ohio State


Brook Lopez

7-0, Stanford


Robin Lopez

7-0, Stanford


Marreese Speights

6-10, Florida




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