Complete First Round Results: 2000-08

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NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1
Derrick Rose, Memphis
Chicago
2
Michael Beasley, Kansas State
Miami
3
Minnesota (traded to Memphis)
4
Seattle
5
Memphis (traded to Minnesota)
6
New York
7
Eric Gordon, Indiana
L.A. Clippers
8
Joe Alexander, West Virginia
Milwaukee
9
Charlotte
10
Brook Lopez, Stanford
New Jersey
11
Indiana
12
Sacramento
13
Brandon Rush, Kansas
Portland
14
Golden State
15
Robin Lopez, Stanford
Phoenix (from Atlanta)
16
Philadelphia
17
Roy Hibbert, Georgetown
Toronto
18
JaVale McGee, Nevada
Washington
19
J.J. Hickson, NC State
Cleveland
20
Charlotte (from Denver)
21
New Jersey (from Dallas)
22
Courtney Lee, Western Kentucky
Orlando
23
Kosta Koufos, Ohio State
Utah
24
Seattle (from Phoenix)
25
Houston (traded to Portland)
26
San Antonio
27
New Orleans (traded to Memphis via Portland)
28
Donte Greene, Syracuse
Memphis (traded to Houston via L.A. Lakers)
29
D.J. White, Indiana
Detroit (traded to Seattle)
30
J.R Giddens, New Mexico
Boston



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1
Greg Oden, Ohio State
Portland
2
Seattle
3
Al Horford, Florida
Atlanta
4
Mike Conley Jr, Ohio State
Memphis
5
Jeff Green, Georgetown
Boston (traded to Seattle)
6
Milwaukee
7
Corey Brewer, Florida
Minnesota
8
Brandan Wright, North Carolina
Charlotte (traded to Golden State)
9
Joakim Noah, Florida
Chicago
10
Spencer Hawes, Washington
Sacramento
11
Acie Law IV, Texas A&M
Atlanta
12
Thaddeus Young, Georgia Tech
New Orleans
13
New Orleans
14
Al Thornton, Florida State
L.A. Clippers
15
Rodney Stuckey, Eastern Washington
Detroit
16
Nick Young, Southern California
Washington
17
Sean Williams, Boston College
New Jersey
18
Golden State
19
Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech
L.A. Lakers
20
Jason Smith, Colorado State
Philadelphia
21
Daequan Cook, Ohio State
Miami
22
Jared Dudley, Boston College
Charlotte
23
New York
24
Phoenix
25
Utah
26
Aaron Brooks, Oregon
Houston
27
Detroit
28
San Antonio
29
Alando Tucker, Wisconsin
Phoenix
30
Philadelphia



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1
Toronto
2
Chicago
3
Adam Morrison, Gonzaga
Charlotte
4
Tyrus Thomas, Louisiana State
Portland
5
Atlanta
6
Brandon Roy, Washington
Minnesota
7
Randy Foye, Villanova
Boston
8
Rudy Gay, Connecticut
Houston
9
Golden State
10
Saer Sene, Senegal
Seattle
11
Orlando
12
Hilton Armstrong, Connecticut
N.O./Okla. City
13
Thabo Sefolosha, Switzerland
Philadelphia
14
Ronnie Brewer, Arkansas
Utah
15
Cedric Simmons, North Carolina State
N.O./Okla. City
16
Rodney Carney, Memphis
Chicago
17
Indiana
18
Washington
19
Quincy Douby, Rutgers
Sacramento
20
New York
21
Rajon Rondo, Kentucky
Phoenix
22
Marcus Williams, Connecticut
New Jersey
23
Josh Boone, Connecticut
New Jersey
24
Kyle Lowry, Villanova
Memphis
25
Shannon Brown, Michigan State
Cleveland
26
L.A. Lakers
27
Phoenix
28
Maurice Ager, Michigan State
Dallas
29
New York
30
Joel Freeland, United Kingdom
Portland
(1) Boston acquired Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff and a second-round pick in 2008 from Portland for Dan Dickau, Raef LaFrentz and the rights to No. 7 Randy Foye.
(2) Chicago acquired the rights to No. 13 Thabo Sefolosha from Philadelphia for the rights to No. 16 Rodney Carney, a 2007 second-round pick and cash considerations.
(3) Dallas acquired a future second-round pick from the L.A. Lakers for the rights to No. 58 J.R. Pinnock.
(4) Dallas acquired a future second-round pick from Boston for the rights to No. 49 Leon Powe.
(5) Houston acquired the rights to No. 44 Lior Eliyahu from Orlando for cash considerations.
(6) Indiana acquired the rights to No. 31 James White from Portland for the rights to No. 45 Alexander Johnson and two future second-round picks.
(7) L.A. Lakers acquired Maurice Evans from Detroit for the rights to No. 51 Cheick Samb.
(8) Memphis acquired the rights to No. 45 Alexander Johnson (via Indiana) for a future second-round pick.
(9) Milwaukee acquired the rights to No. 59 Damir Markota from San Antonio for a future second-round pick.
(10) Minnesota acquired the rights to No. 7 Randy Foye from Portland (via Boston) for the rights to No. 6 Brandon Roy.
(11) Philadelphia acquired the rights to No. 37 Bobby Jones from Minnesota for a future second-round pick and cash considerations.
(12) Philadelphia acquired the rights to No. 56 Edin Bavcic from Toronto for cash considerations.
(13) Phoenix acquired a future first-round pick from Boston for Brian Grant, the rights to No. 21 Rajon Rondo and cash considerations.
(14) Portland acquired the rights to No. 2 LaMarcus Aldridge and a future second-round pick from Chicago for Viktor Khryapa and the rights to No. 4 Tyrus Thomas.
(15) Portland acquired the rights to No. 27 Sergio Rodriguez from Phoenix for cash considerations.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1
Milwaukee
2
Marvin Williams, North Carolina
Atlanta
3
Deron Williams, Illinois
Utah
4
Chris Paul, Wake Forest
New Orleans
5
Raymond Felton, North Carolina
Charlotte
6
Martell Webster, Seattle Prep HS
Portland
7
Charlie Villanueva, Connecticut
Toronto
8
Channing Frye, Arizona
New York
9
Ike Diogu, Arizona State
Golden State
10
Andrew Bynum, St. Joseph (NJ) HS
L.A. Lakers
11
Fran Vazquez, Spain
Orlando
12
Yaroslav Korolev, CSKA Moscow
L.A. Clippers
13
Sean May, North Carolina
Charlotte
14
Rashad McCants, North Carolina
Minnesota
15
Antoine Wright, Texas A&M
New Jersey
16
Joey Graham, Oklahoma State
Toronto
17
Danny Granger, New Mexico
Indiana
18
Gerald Green, Gulf Shores Acad (TX)
Boston
19
Hakim Warrick, Syracuse
Memphis
20
Julius Hodge, North Carolina State
Denver
21
Nate Robinson, Washington
Phoenix
22
Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech
Denver
23
Francisco Garcia, Louisville
Sacramento
24
Luther Head, Illinois
Houston
25
Johan Petro, France
Seattle
26
Jason Maxiell, Cincinnati
Detroit
27
Linas Kleiza, Missouri
Portland
28
Ian Mahinmi, STB Le Havre (France)
San Antonio
29
Wayne Simien, Kansas
Miami
30
David Lee, Florida
New York
(1) Utah traded the Nos. 6 and 27 picks and a future first round pick to Portland in exchange for the No. 3 pick.
(2) Denver traded the rights to No. 22 Jarrett Jack to Portland for the rights to No. 27 Linas Kleiza and No. 35 Ricky Sanchez.
(3) Phoenix traded Quentin Richardson and the rights to No. 21 Nate Robinson to New York for Kurt Thomas and the rights to No. 54 Dijon Thompson.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Dwight Howard, SW Atlanta Christian Aca.
Orlando
2.
Emeka Okafor, Connecticut
Charlotte
3.
Ben Gordon, Connecticut
Chicago
4.
Shaun Livingston, Peoria HS (Illinois)
L.A. Clippers
5.
Devin Harris, Wisconsin
Washington (1)
6.
Josh Childress, Stanford
Atlanta
7.
Luol Deng, Duke
Phoenix (5)
8.
Toronto
9.
Philadelphia
10.
Luke Jackson, Oregon
Cleveland
11.
Andris Biedrins, BK Skonto Riga (Latvia)
Golden State
12.
Robert Swift, Bakersfield HS (Calif.)
Seattle
13.
Sebastian Telfair, Lincoln HS (New York)
Portland
14.
Kris Humphries, Minnesota
Utah
15.
Al Jefferson, Prentiss HS (Mississippi)
Boston
16.
Kirk Snyder, Nevada
Utah
17.
Josh Smith, Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.)
Atlanta
18.
J.R. Smith, St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.)
New Orleans
19.
Dorell Wright, South Kent Prep (Conn.)
Miami
20.
Jameer Nelson, St. Joseph’s
Denver (2)
21.
Pavel Podkolzin, Varese (Italy)
Utah (3)
22.
Viktor Khryapa, CSKA Moscow (Russia)
New Jersey (4)
23.
Sergei Monia, CSKA Moscow (Russia)
Portland
24.
Delonte West, St. Joseph’s
Boston
25.
Tony Allen, Oklahoma State
Boston
26.
Kevin Martin, Western Carolina
Sacramento
27.
Sasha Vujacic, Snaidero Udine (Italy)
L.A. Lakers
28.
Beno Udrih, Breil Milano, Italy
San Antonio
29.
David Harrison, Colorado
Indiana
(1) The Washington Wizards traded Jerry Stackhouse, Christian Laettner and the draft rights to Devin Harris to the Dallas Mavericks for Antawn Jamison and cash considerations.
(2) The Denver Nuggets traded the draft rights to Jameer Nelson to Orlando for a future first-round pick.
(3) The Utah Jazz traded the draft rights to Pavel Podkolzin to the Dallas Mavericks for a future first-round pick.
(4) The New Jersey Nets traded the draft rights to Viktor Khryapa to the Portland Trail Blazers for Eddie Gill and cash considerations.
(5) The Phoenix Suns traded the draft rights to Luol Deng to the Chicago Bulls for the draft rights to Jackson Vroman, a future first-round pick and cash considerations.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
LeBron James, St. Vincent-St. Mary HS (Ohio)
Cleveland
2.
Darko Milicic, Serbia & Montenegro
Detroit
3.
Carmelo Anthony, Syracuse
Denver
4.
Chris Bosh, Georgia Tech
Toronto
5.
Dwyane Wade, Marquette
Miami
6.
Chris Kaman, Central Michigan
L.A. Clippers
7.
Kirk Hinrich, Kansas
Chicago
8.
T.J. Ford, Texas
Milwaukee
9.
Mike Sweetney, Georgetown
New York
10.
Jarvis Hayes, Georgia
Washington
11.
Golden State
12.
Seattle
13.
Memphis (1)
14.
Luke Ridnour, Oregon
Seattle
15.
Reece Gaines, Louisville
Orlando
16.
Troy Bell, Boston College
Boston (1)
17.
Zarko Cabarkapa, Serbia & Montenegro
Phoenix
18.
David West, Xavier
New Orleans
19.
Aleksandar Pavlovic, Serbia & Montenegro
Utah
20.
Boston (1)
21.
Atlanta
22.
Zoran Planinic, Croatia
New Jersey
23.
Travis Outlaw, Starkville HS (Miss.)
Portland
24.
Brian Cook, Illinois
L.A. Lakers
25.
Detroit
26.
Ndudi Ebi, Westbury Christian HS (Texas)
Minnesota
27.
Kendrick Perkins, Clifton J. Ozen HS (Texas)
Memphis (1)
28.
San Antonio (2)
29.
Josh Howard, Wake Forest
Dallas
(1) Memphis trades rights to Marcus Banks and Kendrick Perkins to Boston for rights to Troy Bell and Dahntay Jones.
(2) San Antonio trades rights to Leandrinho Barbosa to Phoenix for a future first-round pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Yao Ming, China
Houston
2.
Chicago
3.
Golden State
4.
Drew Gooden, Kansas
Memphis
5.
Denver
6.
Dajuan Wagner, Memphis
Cleveland
7.
Nene Hilario, Brazil
New York (1)
8.
Chris Wilcox, Maryland
L.A. Clippers
9.
Amare Stoudemire, Cypress Creek HS (Fla.)
Phoenix
10.
Caron Butler, Connecticut
Miami
11.
Washington
12.
Melvin Ely, Fresno State
L.A. Clippers
13.
Marcus Haislip, Tennessee
Milwaukee
14.
Fred Jones, Oregon
Indiana
15.
Bostjan Nachbar, Slovenia
Houston
16.
Jiri Welsch, Czech Republic
Philadelphia (2)
17.
Juan Dixon, Maryland
Washington
18.
Orlando (3)
19.
Ryan Humphrey, Notre Dame
Utah (3)
20.
Kareem Rush, Missouri
Toronto (4)
21.
Qyntel Woods, Northeast Mississippi CC
Portland
22.
Casey Jacobsen, Stanford
Phoenix
23.
Tayshaun Prince, Kentucky
Detroit
24.
Nenad Krstic, Yugoslavia
New Jersey
25.
Frank Williams, Illinois
Denver (1)
26.
San Antonio (5)
27.
Chris Jefferies, Fresno State
L.A. Lakers (4)
28.
Dan Dickau, Gonzaga
Sacramento (6)
(1) New York trades Marcus Camby, Mark Jackson and the rights to Nene Hilario to Denver for Antonio McDyess and rights to Frank Williams and a second-round pick in 2003.
(2) Philadelphia trades rights to Jiri Welsch to Golden State for two future picks.
(3) Orlando trades rights to Curtis Borchardt to Utah for rights to Ryan Humphrey and Jamal Sampson.
(4) Toronto trades Tracy Murray and rights to Kareem Rush to L.A. Lakers for Lindsey Hunter and rights to Chris Jefferies.
(5) San Antonio trades Mark Bryant and the rights to John Salmons and Randy Holcomb to Philadelphia for Speedy Claxton.
(6) Sacramento trades rights to Dan Dickau to Atlanta for a future first-round pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Kwame Brown, Glynn Academy (Ga.)
Washington
2.
Tyson Chandler, Dominguez HS (Calif.)
L.A. Clippers (1)
3.
Pau Gasol, Spain
Atlanta (2)
4.
Eddy Curry, Thornwood HS (Ill.)
Chicago
5.
Jason Richardson, Michigan State
Golden State
6.
Memphis
7.
Eddie Griffin, Seton Hall
New Jersey (3)
8.
DeSagana Diop, Oak Hill Academy (Va.)
Cleveland
9.
Rodney White, UNC-Charlotte
Detroit
10.
Joe Johnson, Arkansas
Boston
11.
Kedrick Brown, Okaloosa-Walton CC (Fla.)
Boston
12.
Vladimir Radmanovic, Serbia & Montenegro
Seattle
13.
Houston (3)
14.
Troy Murphy, Notre Dame
Golden State
15.
Orlando
16.
Kirk Haston, Indiana
Charlotte
17.
Michael Bradley, Villanova
Toronto
18.
Jason Collins, Stanford
Houston (3)
19.
Zach Randolph, Michigan State
Portland
20.
Brendan Haywood, North Carolina
Cleveland (4)
21.
Joseph Forte, North Carolina
Boston
22.
Jeryl Sasser, Southern Methodist
Orlando
23.
Brandon Armstrong, Pepperdine
Houston (3)
24.
Raul Lopez, Spain
Utah
25.
Sacramento
26.
Samuel Dalembert, Seton Hall
Philadelphia
27.
Jamaal Tinsley, Iowa State
Memphis (5)
28.
Tony Parker, France
San Antonio
(1) Chicago trades Brian Skinner and rights to Tyson Chandler to L.A. Clippers for Elton Brand.
(2) Atlanta trades rights to Pau Gasol to Memphis for Shareef Abdur-Rahim.
(3) New Jersey trades rights to Eddie Griffin to Houston for rights to Richard Jefferson, Jason Collins and Brandon Armstrong.
(4) Cleveland trades rights to Brendan Haywood to Orlando for Michael Doleac.
(5) Memphis trades rights to Jamaal Tinsley to Indiana via Atlanta, finalizing earlier trade.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati
New Jersey
2.
Vancouver
3.
Darius Miles, East St. Louis HS (Mo.)
L.A. Clippers
4.
Marcus Fizer, Iowa State
Chicago
5.
Mike Miller, Florida
Orlando
6.
DerMarr Johnson, Cincinnati
Atlanta
7.
Chris Mihm, Texas
Chicago (1)
8.
Jamal Crawford, Michigan
Cleveland (1)
9.
Joel Przybilla, Minnesota
Houston (2)
10.
Keyon Dooling, Missouri
Orlando (3)
11.
Jerome Moiso, UCLA
Boston
12.
Etan Thomas, Syracuse
Dallas
13.
Courtney Alexander, Fresno State
Orlando (4)
14.
Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State
Detroit
15.
Jason Collier, Georgia Tech
Milwaukee (2)
16.
Sacramento
17.
Desmond Mason, Oklahoma State
Seattle
18.
L.A. Clippers
19.
Jamaal Magloire, Kentucky
Charlotte
20.
Speedy Claxton, Hofstra
Philadelphia
21.
Morris Peterson, Michigan State
Toronto
22.
Donnell Harvey, Florida
New York (5)
23.
DeShawn Stevenson, Washington Union HS (Calif.)
Utah
24.
Dalibor Bagaric, Croatia
Chicago
25.
Phoenix
26.
Denver
27.
Primoz Brezec, Slovenia
Indiana
28.
Erick Barkley, St. John's
Portland
29.
Mark Madsen, Stanford
L.A. Lakers
(1) Chicago trades rights to Chris Mihm to Cleveland for the rights to Jamal Crawford and cash.
(2) Houston trades rights to Joel Przybilla to Milwaukee for the rights to Jason Collier and a future first-round pick.
(3) Orlando trades Corey Maggette, Derek Strong, the rights to Keyon Dooling and cash to L.A. Clippers for a future first-round pick.
(4) Dallas trades a future first-round draft pick plus cash to Orlando for the rights to Courtney Alexander.
(5) New York trades John Wallace and the rights to Donnell Harvey to Dallas for Erick Strickland and the rights to Pete Mickeal.

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