NBA DRAFT 2003
Surprise Surprise
With the No. 1 selection in NBA Draft 2003, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected ... c'mon, do you really need to know? In fact, with the first three picks a metaphysical certainty, the drama didn't really start until Toronto selected Chris Bosh with the No. 4 pick and Miami made Dwyane Wade its man at No. 5. To see the breakdown of the draft, click here. To read what some of the NBA's most recent employees had to say, click here.
NBA Draft 2003 Notes
Marty Blake's Analysis
Who Got Who?
Media Availability Quotes
Draft Prospects
Prospects Ring NYSE Bell

Carmelo Anthony now knows he'll be heading to Denver.
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MEDIA INFORMATION
Pronunciation Guide
Press Releases
Transcripts
NBA Rookie Salary Scale
NBA Draft Logos
Media Information
Players Attending Draft
DRAFT LOTTERY
Draft Lottery Quotes
Draft Lottery Evolution
Year-By-Year Lottery Picks
Previous Lottery Results
Early Entry Candidates
Draft Lottery: What Will Happen
Draft Board

NBA DRAFT 2003 FEATURE STORIES
The Wizard Of Kansas
In the eyes of non-Kansas Jayhawk fans around the country, Kirk Hinrich carries a slight resemblance to Harry Potter. One doesn’t need a sorcerer’s stone, however, to project what the future holds for this coach’s son from Iowa with quick feet and killer jumpshot. The (chamber of) secrets are out. General managers and scouts feel that Hinrich has the size (6-3), speed and stroke, to go with a healthy set of intangibles you’d expect from a coach’s son, all of which should bring him success on the NBA level. More >>

Draft Features Archive


NBA DRAFT 2003 PROSPECTS

EARLY ENTRY

DRAFT HISTORY

CHICAGO PRE-DRAFT CAMP

PORTSMOUTH INVITATIONAL