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Glenn Robinson was taken with the No. 1 pick by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1994 Draft.
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NBA Draft history: 1994 Draft

Posted Feb 27 2013 2:43PM

A rundown of the players picked in the 1994 Draft:

First Round
Pick Team Player School/Country
1 MIL Glenn Robinson Purdue
2 DAL Jason Kidd California
3 DET Grant Hill Duke
4 MIN Donyell Marshall Connecticut
5 WSB Juwan Howard Michigan
6 PHI Sharone Wright Clemson
7 LAC Lamond Murray California
8 SAC Brian Grant Xavier
9 BOS Eric Montross North Carolina
10 LAL Eddie Jones Temple
11 SEA Carlos Rogers Tennessee State
12 MIA Khalid Reeves Arizona
13 DEN Jalen Rose Michigan
14 NJN Yinka Dare George Washington
15 IND Eric Piatkowski Nebraska
16 GSW Clifford Rozier Louisville
17 POR Aaron McKie Temple
18 MIL Eric Mobley Pittsburgh
19 DAL Tony Dumas Missouri-Kansas City
20 PHI B.J. Tyler Texas
21 CHI Dickey Simpkins Providence College
22 SAS Bill Curley Boston College
23 PHO Wesley Person Auburn
24 NYK Monty Williams Notre Dame
25 LAC Greg Minor Louisville
26 NYK Charlie Ward Florida State
27 ORL Brooks Thompson Oklahoma State
Second Round
Pick Team Player School/Country
28 DAL Deon Thomas Illinois
29 PHO Antonio Lang Duke
30 MIN Howard Eisley Boston College
31 ORL Rodney Dent Kentucky
32 WSB Jim McIlvaine Marquette
33 PHI Derrick Alston Duquesne
34 ATL Gaylon Nickerson Northwestern Oklahoma State
35 SAC Michael Smith Providence College
36 BOS Andrei Fetisov Russia
37 SEA Dontonio Wingfield Cincinnati
38 CHH Darrin Hancock Kansas
39 GSW Anthony Miller Michigan State
40 MIA Jeff Webster Oklahoma
41 IND William Njoku Saint Mary's (Canada)
42 CLE Gary Collier University of Tulsa
43 POR Shawnelle Scott St. John's
44 IND Damon Bailey Indiana
45 GSW Dwayne Morton Louisville
46 MIL Voshon Lenard Minnesota
47 UTA Jamie Watson South Carolina
48 DET Jevon Crudup Missouri
49 CHI Kris Bruton Benedict College
50 PHO Charles Claxton Georgia
51 SAC Lawrence Funderburke Ohio State
52 PHO Anthony Goldwire Houston
53 HOU Albert Burditt Texas
54 SEA Zeljko Rebraca Serbia
CHH = Charlotte Hornets
WSB = Washington Bullets
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