2005 – Jarrett Jack, G Drafted by the Nuggets and traded to the Trail Blazers on Draft night, the eighth-year veteran – now playing for Golden State – finished third in the race to be 2013 Sixth Man of the Year.
2007 – Jared Dudley, G/F Drafted by Charlotte out of Boston College, the sixth-year forward has established himself as a "Three-and-D" mainstay for the Phoenix Suns.
2008 – Courtney Lee, G The Nets strongly considered drafting Lee in 2008, instead opting to select California forward Ryan Anderson. The pair switched teams a year later in a deal that also included Vince Carter, Rafer Alston and Tony Battie.
Lee averaged 12.5 points on .436 shooting (.338 3P%) in his only season with the Nets, who traded him at the end of the year in a four-team deal that netted Troy Murphy.
2011 – Kenneth Faried, F The Morehead State product has already become an essential part of the Nuggets' young core, nearly averaging a double-double (11.5 points, 9.5 rebounds) in his second season.
Faried started at power forward for the 57-win Nuggets, who finished the season as the West's No. 3 seed.