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NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Chicago
2.
Steve Francis, Maryland
Vancouver
3.
Charlotte
4.
Lamar Odom, Rhode Island
L.A. Clippers
5.
Jonathan Bender, Picayune HS (Miss.)
Toronto
6.
Wally Szczerbiak, Miami (Ohio)
Minnesota
7.
Richard Hamilton, Connecticut
Washington
8.
Cleveland
9.
Phoenix
10.
Jason Terry, Arizona
Atlanta
11.
Trajan Langdon, Duke
Cleveland
12.
Aleksandar Radojevic, Barton County CC
Toronto
13.
Seattle (1)
14.
William Avery, Duke
Minnesota
15.
Frederic Weis, France
New York
16.
Ron Artest, St. John's
Chicago
17.
Cal Bowdler, Old Dominion
Atlanta
18.
James Posey, Xavier
Denver
19.
Quincy Lewis, Minnesota
Utah
20.
Dion Glover, Georgia Tech
Atlanta
21.
Jeff Foster, Southwest Texas State
Golden State (2)
22.
Kenny Thomas, New Mexico
Houston
23.
Devean George, Augsburg (Minn.)
L.A. Lakers
24.
Utah
25.
Tim James, Miami
Miami
26.
Vonteego Cummings, Pittsburgh
Indiana (2)
27.
Jumaine Jones, Georgia
Atlanta (3)
28.
Scott Padgett, Kentucky
Utah
29.
Leon Smith, M.L. King HS (Ill.)
San Antonio (4)
(1) Seattle trades Billy Owens, Dale Ellis, Don MacLean and the rights to Corey Maggette to Orlando for Horace Grant and two future second-round picks.
(2) Golden State trades rights to Jeff Foster to Indiana for rights to Vonteego Cummings and a future first-round pick.
(3) Atlanta trades rights to Jumaine Jones to Philadelphia for a future first-round pick.
(4) San Antonio trades rights to Leon Smith to Dallas for rights to Gordan Giricek and a future second-round pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
L.A. Clippers
2.
Mike Bibby, Arizona
Vancouver
3.
Raef LaFrentz, Kansas
Denver
4.
Antawn Jamison, North Carolina
Toronto (1)
5.
Vince Carter, North Carolina
Golden State (1)
6.
Robert Traylor, Michigan
Dallas (2)
7.
Jason Williams, Florida
Sacramento
8.
Larry Hughes, Saint Louis
Philadelphia
9.
Dirk Nowitzki, Germany
Milwaukee (2)
10.
Paul Pierce, Kansas
Boston
11.
Bonzi Wells, Ball State
Detroit
12.
Orlando
13.
Keon Clark, UNLV
Orlando
14.
Michael Dickerson, Arizona
Houston
15.
Matt Harpring, Georgia Tech
Orlando
16.
Bryce Drew, Valparaiso
Houston
17.
Minnesota
18.
Mirsad Turckan, Turkey
Houston
19.
Pat Garrity, Notre Dame
Milwaukee (2, 3)
20.
Roshown McLeod, Duke
Atlanta
21.
Charlotte
22.
Brian Skinner, Baylor
L.A. Clippers
23.
Tyronn Lue, Nebraska
Denver (4)
24.
Felipe Lopez, St. John's
San Antonio (5)
25.
Al Harrington, St. Patrick's HS (N.J.)
Indiana
26.
Sam Jacobson, Minnesota
L.A. Lakers
27.
Vladimir Stepania, Republic of Georgia
Seattle
28.
Corey Benjamin, Oregon State
Chicago
29.
Nazr Mohammed, Kentucky
Utah (6)
(1) Toronto trades rights to Antawn Jamison to Golden State for rights to Vince Carter and cash.
(2) Dallas trades rights to Robert Traylor to Milwaukee for rights to Dirk Nowitzki and Pat Garrity.
(3) Dallas trades Martin Muursepp, Bubba Wells, rights to Pat Garrity and a 1999 first-round draft selection to Phoenix for Steve Nash.
(4) Denver trades Tony Battie and rights to Tyronn Lue to L.A. Lakers for Nick Van Exel.
(5) San Antonio trades Carl Herrera and rights to Felipe Lopez to Vancouver for Antonio Daniels.
(6) Utah trades rights to Nazr Mohammed to Philadelphia for a future first-round pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Tim Duncan, Wake Forest
San Antonio
2.
Philadelphia (1)
3.
Chauncey Billups, Colorado
Boston
4.
Antonio Daniels, Bowling Green
Vancouver
5.
Tony Battie, Texas Tech
Denver
6.
Ron Mercer, Kentucky
Boston
7.
Tim Thomas, Villanova
New Jersey (1)
8.
Adonal Foyle, Colgate
Golden State
9.
Tracy McGrady, Mount Zion Christian Academy (N.C.)
Toronto
10.
Danny Fortson, Cincinnati
Milwaukee (2)
11.
Olivier Saint-Jean, San Jose State
Sacramento
12.
Austin Croshere, Providence
Indiana
13.
Derek Anderson, Kentucky
Cleveland
14.
Maurice Taylor, Michigan
L.A. Clippers
15.
Kelvin Cato, Iowa State
Dallas (3)
16.
Brevin Knight, Stanford
Cleveland
17.
Johnny Taylor, Tennessee-Chattanooga
Orlando
18.
Chris Anstey, Australia
Portland (3)
19.
Scot Pollard, Kansas
Detroit
20.
Paul Grant, Wisconsin
Minnesota
21.
Anthony Parker, Bradley
New Jersey (1)
22.
Ed Gray, California
Atlanta
23.
Bobby Jackson, Minnesota
Seattle (4)
24.
Rodrick Rhodes, USC
Houston
25.
John Thomas, Minnesota
New York
26.
Charles Smith, New Mexico
Miami
27.
Jacque Vaughn, Kansas
Utah
28.
Keith Booth, Maryland
Chicago
* Washington forfeits first-round pick as compensation for re-signing free agent Juwan Howard in 1996.
(1) Philadelphia trades Don MacLean, Michael Cage, Lucious Harris and rights Keith Van Horn to New Jersey for Jim Jackson, Eric Montross and rights to Tim Thomas and Anthony Parker.
(2) Milwaukee trades Johnny Newman, Joe Wolf and rights to Danny Fortson to Denver for Ervin Johnson.
(3) Dallas trades rights to Kelvin Cato to Portland for rights to Chris Anstey and cash.
(4) Seattle trades rights to Bobby Jackson to Denver for rights to James Cotton and a 1998 second-round pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Allen Iverson, Georgetown
Philadelphia
2.
Marcus Camby, Massachusetts
Toronto
3.
Shareef Abdur-Rahim, California
Vancouver
4.
Stephon Marbury, Georgia Tech
Milwaukee (1)
5.
Ray Allen, Connecticut
Minnesota (1)
6.
Antoine Walker, Kentucky
Boston
7.
Lorenzen Wright, Memphis
L.A. Clippers
8.
Kerry Kittles, Villanova
New Jersey
9.
Samaki Walker, Louisville
Dallas
10.
Erick Dampier, Mississippi State
Indiana
11.
Todd Fuller, North Carolina State
Golden State
12.
Vitaly Potapenko, Wright State
Cleveland
13.
Kobe Bryant, Lower Merion HS (Pa.)
Charlotte
14.
Predrag Stojakovic, Serbia & Montenegro
Sacramento
15.
Steve Nash, Santa Clara
Phoenix
16.
Tony Delk, Kentucky
Charlotte
17.
Jermaine O'Neal, Eau Claire HS (S.C.)
Portland
18.
John Wallace, Syracuse
New York
19.
Walter McCarty, Kentucky
New York
20.
Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Lithuania
Cleveland
21.
Dontae' Jones, Mississippi State
New York
22.
Roy Rogers, Alabama
Vancouver
23.
Efthimis Rentzias, Greece
Denver
24.
Derek Fisher, Arkansas-Little Rock
L.A. Lakers
25.
Martin Muursepp, Estonia
Utah (2)
26.
Jerome Williams, Georgetown
Detroit
27.
Brian Evans, Indiana
Orlando
28.
Priest Lauderdale, Central State
Atlanta
29.
Travis Knight, Connecticut
Chicago
(1) Milwaukee trades rights to Stephon Marbury to Minnesota for rights to Ray Allen and a future first-round draft pick.
(2) Utah trades rights to Martin Muursepp to Miami for a future first-round draft pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Joe Smith, Maryland
Golden State
2.
Antonio McDyess, Alabama
L.A. Clippers (1)
3.
Jerry Stackhouse, North Carolina
Philadelphia
4.
Rasheed Wallace, North Carolina
Washington
5.
Kevin Garnett, Farragut Academy (Ill.)
Minnesota
6.
Bryant Reeves, Oklahoma State
Vancouver
7.
Toronto
8.
Shawn Respert, Michigan State
Portland (2)
9.
Ed O'Bannon, UCLA
New Jersey
10.
Kurt Thomas, Texas Christian
Miami
11.
Gary Trent, Ohio
Milwaukee (2)
12.
Cherokee Parks, Duke
Dallas
13.
Sacramento
14.
Eric Williams, Providence
Boston
15.
Brent Barry, Oregon State
Denver (1)
16.
Alan Henderson, Indiana
Atlanta
17.
Bob Sura, Florida State
Cleveland
18.
Theo Ratliff, Wyoming
Detroit
19.
Randolph Childress, Wake Forest
Detroit
20.
Jason Caffey, Alabama
Chicago
21.
Michael Finley, Wisconsin
Phoenix
22.
George Zidek, UCLA
Charlotte
23.
Travis Best, Georgia Tech
Indiana
24.
Loren Meyer, Iowa State
Dallas
25.
David Vaughn, Memphis
Orlando
26.
Sherell Ford, Illinois-Chicago
Seattle
27.
Mario Bennett, Arizona State
Phoenix
28.
Greg Ostertag, Kansas
Utah
29.
Cory Alexander, Virginia
San Antonio
(1) L.A. Clippers trade Randy Woods and rights to Antonio McDyess to Denver for Rodney Rogers and rights to Brent Barry.
(2) Portland trades rights to Shawn Respert to Milwaukee for rights to Gary Trent and a 1996 first-round draft pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Milwaukee
2.
Jason Kidd, California
Dallas
3.
Grant Hill, Duke
Detroit
4.
Donyell Marshall, Connecticut
Minnesota
5.
Juwan Howard, Michigan
Washington
6.
Sharone Wright, Clemson
Philadelphia
7.
Lamond Murray, California
L.A. Clippers
8.
Brian Grant, Xavier
Sacramento
9.
Eric Montross, North Carolina
Boston
10.
Eddie Jones, Temple
L.A. Lakers
11.
Carlos Rogers, Tennessee State
Seattle
12.
Khalid Reeves, Arizona
Miami
13.
Jalen Rose, Michigan
Denver
14.
Yinka Dare, George Washington
New Jersey
15.
Eric Piatkowski, Nebraska
Indiana
16.
Cliff Rozier, Louisville
Golden State
17.
Aaron McKie, Temple
Portland
18.
Eric Mobley, Pittsburgh
Milwaukee
19.
Tony Dumas, Missouri-Kansas City
Dallas
20.
B.J. Tyler, Texas
Philadelphia
21.
Dickey Simpkins, Providence
Chicago
22.
Bill Curley, Boston College
San Antonio
23.
Wesley Person, Auburn
Phoenix
24.
Monty Williams, Notre Dame
New York
25.
Greg Minor, Louisville
L.A. Clippers
26.
Charlie Ward, Florida State
New York
27.
Brooks Thompson, Oklahoma State
Orlando



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Chris Webber, Michigan
Orlando (1)
2.
Shawn Bradley, Brigham Young
Philadelphia
3.
Golden State (1)
4.
Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky
Dallas
5.
Isaiah Rider, UNLV
Minnesota
6.
Calbert Cheaney, Indiana
Washington
7.
Bobby Hurley, Duke
Sacramento
8.
Vin Baker, Hartford
Milwaukee
9.
Rodney Rogers, Wake Forest
Denver
10.
Lindsey Hunter, Jackson State
Detroit
11.
Allan Houston, Tennessee
Detroit
12.
George Lynch, North Carolina
L.A. Lakers
13.
Terry Dehere, Seton Hall
L.A. Clippers
14.
Scott Haskin, Oregon State
Indiana
15.
Doug Edwards, Florida State
Atlanta
16.
Rex Walters, Kansas
New Jersey
17.
Greg Graham, Indiana
Charlotte
18.
Luther Wright, Seton Hall
Utah
19.
Acie Earl, Iowa
Boston
20.
Scott Burrell, Connecticut
Charlotte
21.
James Robinson, Alabama
Portland
22.
Chris Mills, Arizona
Cleveland
23.
Ervin Johnson, New Orleans
Seattle
24.
Sam Cassell, Florida State
Houston
25.
Corie Blount, Cincinnati
Chicago
26.
Geert Hammink, Louisiana State
Orlando
27.
Malcolm Mackey, Georgia Tech
Phoenix
(1) Orlando trades the rights to Chris Webber to Golden State for rights to Anfernee Hardaway and three future first-round draft choices.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Shaquille O'Neal, Louisiana State
Orlando
2.
Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown
Charlotte
3.
Minnesota
4.
Jim Jackson, Ohio State
Dallas
5.
LaPhonso Ellis, Notre Dame
Denver
6.
Tom Gugliotta, North Carolina State
Washington
7.
Walt Williams, Maryland
Sacramento
8.
Todd Day, Arkansas
Milwaukee
9.
Clarence Weatherspoon, Southern Mississippi
Philadelphia
10.
Adam Keefe, Stanford
Atlanta
11.
Robert Horry, Alabama
Houston
12.
Harold Miner, USC
Miami
13.
Bryant Stith, Virginia
Denver
14.
Malik Sealy, St. John's
Indiana
15.
Anthony Peeler, Missouri
L.A. Lakers
16.
Randy Woods, La Salle
L.A. Clippers
17.
Doug Christie, Pepperdine
Seattle
18.
Tracy Murray, UCLA
San Antonio (1)
19.
Don MacLean, UCLA
Detroit (2)
20.
Hubert Davis, North Carolina
New York
21.
Jon Barry, Georgia Tech
Boston
22.
Oliver Miller, Arkansas
Phoenix
23.
Lee Mayberry, Arkansas
Milwaukee
24.
Golden State
25.
Elmore Spencer, UNLV
L.A. Clippers
26.
David Johnson, Syracuse
Portland
27.
Byron Houston, Oklahoma State
Chicago
(1) San Antonio trades rights to Tracy Murray to Portland; Portland trades Alaa Abdelnaby to Milwaukee; Milwaukee trades Dale Ellis to San Antonio.
(2) Detroit trades William Bedford and rights to Don MacLean to L.A. Clippers for Olden Polynice and second-round draft choices in 1996 and 1997.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Larry Johnson UNLV
Charlotte
2.
Kenny Anderson, Georgia Tech
New Jersey
3.
Billy Owens, Syracuse
Sacramento
4.
Dikembe Mutombo, Georgetown
Denver
5.
Steve Smith, Michigan State
Miami
6.
Doug Smith, Missouri
Dallas
7.
Luc Longley, New Mexico
Minnesota
8.
Mark Macon, Temple
Denver
9.
Atlanta
10.
Brian Williams, Arizona
Orlando
11.
Terrell Brandon, Oregon
Cleveland
12.
Greg Anthony, UNLV
New York
13.
Dale Davis, Clemson
Indiana
14.
Rich King, Nebraska
Seattle
15.
Anthony Avent, Seton Hall
Atlanta (1, 2)
16.
Chris Gatling, Old Dominion
Golden State
17.
Victor Alexander, Iowa State
Golden State
18.
Kevin Brooks, Southwest Louisiana
Milwaukee (2)
19.
LaBradford Smith, Louisville
Washington
20.
John Turner, Phillips
Houston
21.
Eric Murdock, Providence
Utah
22.
LeRon Ellis, Syracuse
L.A. Clippers
23.
Stanley Roberts, Louisiana State
Orlando
24.
Rick Fox, North Carolina
Boston
25.
Shaun Vandiver, Colorado
Golden State
26.
Mark Randall, Kansas
Chicago
27.
Pete Chilcutt, North Carolina
Portland
(1) Atlanta trades rights to Anthony Avent to Denver for Blair Rasmussen.
(2) Milwaukee trades rights to Kevin Brooks and a 1994 second-round draft choice to Denver for rights to Anthony Avent.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Derrick Coleman, Syracuse
New Jersey
2.
Gary Payton, Oregon State
Seattle
3.
Chris Jackson, Louisiana State
Denver
4.
Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech
Orlando
5.
Kendall Gill, Illinois
Charlotte
6.
Felton Spencer, Louisville
Minnesota
7.
Lionel Simmons, La Salle
Sacramento
8.
Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount
L.A. Clippers
9.
Willie Burton, Minnesota
Miami
10.
Rumeal Robinson, Michigan
Atlanta
11.
Tyrone Hill, Xavier
Golden State
12.
Alec Kessler, Georgia
Houston (1)
13.
Loy Vaught, Michigan
L.A. Clippers
14.
Travis Mays, Texas
Sacramento
15.
Dave Jamerson, Ohio
Miami (1)
16.
Terry Mills, Michigan
Milwaukee
17.
Jerrod Mustaf, Maryland
New York
18.
Duane Causwell, Temple
Sacramento
19.
Dee Brown, Jacksonville
Boston
20.
Gerald Glass, Mississippi
Minnesota
21.
Jayson Williams, St. John's
Phoenix
22.
Tate George, Connecticut
New Jersey
23.
Anthony Bonner, St. Louis
Sacramento
24.
Dwayne Schintzius, Florida
San Antonio
25.
Alaa Abdelnaby, Duke
Portland
26.
Lance Banks, Texas
Detroit
27.
Elden Campbell, Clemson
L.A. Lakers
(1) Houston trades rights to Alec Kessler to Miami for Carl Herrera and rights to Dave Jamerson.


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