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Red222
06-20-2009, 09:55 PM
Pick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
1 Kenyon Martin (PF) United States New Jersey Nets Cincinnati Sr.
2 Stromile Swift (PF/C) United States Vancouver Grizzlies LSU So.
3 Darius Miles (SF/SG) United States Los Angeles Clippers East St. Louis HS (East St. Louis, IL) HSSr.
4 Marcus Fizer (PF) United States Chicago Bulls Iowa State Jr.
5 Mike Miller (SF/SG) United States Orlando Magic Florida So.
6 DerMarr Johnson (SG/SF) United States Atlanta Hawks Cincinnati Fr.
7 Chris Mihm (C/PF) United States Chicago Bulls (traded to Cleveland for Jamal Crawford and cash) Texas Jr.
8 Jamal Crawford (SG) United States Cleveland Cavaliers (traded to Chicago with cash for Chris Mihm) Michigan Fr.
9 Joel Przybilla (C) United States Houston Rockets (traded to Milwaukee for Jason Collier and a future first-round pick) Minnesota So.
10 Keyon Dooling (SG) United States Orlando Magic (from Denver, traded to L.A. Clippers with Corey Maggette, Derek Strong and cash for a future first-round pick) Missouri So.
11 Jérome Moïso (PF) France Boston Celtics UCLA So.
12 Etan Thomas (PF/C) United States Dallas Mavericks Syracuse Sr.
13 Courtney Alexander (SG) United States Orlando Magic (traded to Dallas for a future first-round pick and cash) Fresno State Sr.
14 Mateen Cleaves (PG) United States Detroit Pistons Michigan State Sr.
15 Jason Collier (C) United States Milwaukee Bucks (traded with future first-round pick to Houston for Joel Przybilla) Georgia Tech Sr.
16 Hedo Türkoğlu (SF) Turkey Sacramento Kings Efes Pilsen (Turkey) 1979
17 Desmond Mason (SF/SG) United States Seattle SuperSonics Oklahoma State Sr.
18 Quentin Richardson (SF/SG) United States Los Angeles Clippers (from Toronto via Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York) DePaul So.
19 Jamaal Magloire (C) Canada Charlotte Hornets Kentucky Sr.
20 Speedy Claxton (PG) United States Philadelphia 76ers Hofstra Sr.
21 Morris Peterson (SF/SG) United States Toronto Raptors (from Minnesota) Michigan State Sr.
22 Donnell Harvey (SF) United States New York Knicks (traded with John Wallace to Dallas for Erick Strickland and Pete Mickeal) Florida Fr.
23 DeShawn Stevenson (SG) United States Utah Jazz (from Miami) Washington Union HS (Fresno, CA) HSSr.
24 Dalibor Bagarić (C) Croatia Chicago Bulls (from San Antonio) Benston Zagreb (Croatia) 1980
25 Iakovos "Jake" Tsakalidis (C) Greece Phoenix Suns AEK (Greece) 1979
26 Mamadou N'Diaye (C) Senegal Denver Nuggets (from Utah) Auburn Sr.
27 Primož Brezec (C) Slovenia Indiana Pacers Union Olimpija (Slovenia) 1979
28 Erick Barkley (PG) United States Portland Trail Blazers St. John's So.
29 Mark Madsen (PF) United States Los Angeles Lakers Stanford Sr.
Round two
30 Marko Jarić (G) FR YugoslaviaGreece Los Angeles Clippers Paf Bologna (Italy) 1978
31 Dan Langhi (PF) United States Dallas Mavericks (from Chicago, traded to Houston for Eduardo Nájera and a future second-round draft pick) Vanderbilt Sr.
32 A.J. Guyton (PG) United States Chicago Bulls (from Golden State) Indiana Sr.
33 Jake Voskuhl (C) United States Chicago Bulls (from Vancouver via Houston) UConn Sr.
34 Khalid El-Amin (PG) United States Chicago Bulls (from Atlanta) UConn Jr.
35 Mike Smith (F) United States Washington Wizards Louisiana-Monroe Jr.
36 Soumaila Samake (C) Mali New Jersey Nets Cincinnati Stuff (IBL) 1978
37 Eddie House (SG) United States Miami Heat (from Cleveland via Denver) Arizona State Sr.
38 Eduardo Nájera (SF) Mexico Houston Rockets (traded to Dallas with future second-round pick for Dan Langhi) Oklahoma Sr.
39 Lavor Postell (SG) United States New York Knicks (from Boston) St. John's Sr.
40 Hanno Möttölä (SF/PF) Finland Atlanta Hawks (from Denver) Utah Sr.
41 Chris Carrawell (SG) United States San Antonio Spurs (from Orlando) Duke Sr.
42 Olumide Oyedeji (PF) Nigeria Seattle SuperSonics Würzburg (Germany) 1981
43 Michael Redd (SG) United States Milwaukee Bucks Ohio State Jr.
44 Brian Cardinal (PF) United States Detroit Pistons Purdue Sr.
45 Jabari Smith (C) United States Sacramento Kings LSU Sr.
46 DeeAndre Hulett (G) United States Toronto Raptors College of the Sequoias So.
47 Josip Sesar (G) Croatia Seattle SuperSonics (traded to Boston for two future second-round picks) Cibona Zagreb (Croatia) 1978
48 Mark Karcher (PG) United States Philadelphia 76ers Temple Jr.
49 Jason Hart (PG) United States Milwaukee Bucks (from Charlotte) Syracuse Sr.
50 Kaniel Dickens (F) United States Utah Jazz (from New York) Idaho Sr.
51 Igor Rakočević (G) FR Yugoslavia Minnesota Timberwolves Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavia) 1978
52 Ernest Brown (C) United States Miami Heat Indian Hills CC Jr.
53 Dan McClintock (C) United States Denver Nuggets (from Phoenix) Northern Arizona Sr.
54 Cory Hightower (G) United States San Antonio Spurs (traded to L.A. Lakers for two future second-round picks) Indian Hills CC So.
55 Chris Porter (F) United States Golden State Warriors (from Utah) Auburn Sr.
56 Jaquay Walls (G) United States Indiana Pacers Colorado Sr.
57 Scoonie Penn (G) United States Atlanta Hawks Ohio State Sr.
58 Pete Mickeal (F) United States Dallas Mavericks (from L.A. Lakers, traded with Erick Strickland to New York for John Wallace and Donnell Harvey) Cincinnati Sr.

chitownbulls
06-20-2009, 09:58 PM
Michael Redd was the best player from that draft.

FaceDown91
06-20-2009, 09:59 PM
Michael Redd was the best player from that draft.

and he was a 2nd round pick lol

PhillyBoomerang
06-20-2009, 10:02 PM
2000 draft is full of bust and nobodies.. Micheal Redd is by far the best player in draft

Raps18-19 Champ
06-20-2009, 10:04 PM
1 Kenyon Martin (PF) United States New Jersey Nets Cincinnati Sr.
2 Stromile Swift (PF/C) United States Vancouver Grizzlies LSU So.
3 Darius Miles (SF/SG) United States Los Angeles Clippers East St. Louis HS (East St. Louis, IL) HSSr.
4 Marcus Fizer (PF) United States Chicago Bulls Iowa State Jr.
5 Mike Miller (SF/SG) United States Orlando Magic Florida So.
6 DerMarr Johnson (SG/SF) United States Atlanta Hawks Cincinnati Fr.
7 Chris Mihm (C/PF) United States Chicago Bulls (traded to Cleveland for Jamal Crawford and cash) Texas Jr.
8 Jamal Crawford (SG) United States Cleveland Cavaliers (traded to Chicago with cash for Chris Mihm) Michigan Fr.
9 Joel Przybilla (C) United States Houston Rockets (traded to Milwaukee for Jason Collier and a future first-round pick) Minnesota So.
10 Keyon Dooling (SG) United States Orlando Magic (from Denver, traded to L.A. Clippers with Corey Maggette, Derek Strong and cash for a future first-round pick) Missouri So.
11 Jérome Moïso (PF) France Boston Celtics UCLA So.
12 Etan Thomas (PF/C) United States Dallas Mavericks Syracuse Sr.
13 Courtney Alexander (SG) United States Orlando Magic (traded to Dallas for a future first-round pick and cash) Fresno State Sr.
14 Mateen Cleaves (PG) United States Detroit Pistons Michigan State Sr.
15 Jason Collier (C) United States Milwaukee Bucks (traded with future first-round pick to Houston for Joel Przybilla) Georgia Tech Sr.
16 Hedo Türkoğlu (SF) Turkey Sacramento Kings Efes Pilsen (Turkey) 1979
17 Desmond Mason (SF/SG) United States Seattle SuperSonics Oklahoma State Sr.
18 Quentin Richardson (SF/SG) United States Los Angeles Clippers (from Toronto via Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York) DePaul So.
19 Jamaal Magloire (C) Canada Charlotte Hornets Kentucky Sr.
20 Speedy Claxton (PG) United States Philadelphia 76ers Hofstra Sr.
21 Morris Peterson (SF/SG) United States Toronto Raptors (from Minnesota) Michigan State Sr.
22 Donnell Harvey (SF) United States New York Knicks (traded with John Wallace to Dallas for Erick Strickland and Pete Mickeal) Florida Fr.
23 DeShawn Stevenson (SG) United States Utah Jazz (from Miami) Washington Union HS (Fresno, CA) HSSr.
24 Dalibor Bagarić (C) Croatia Chicago Bulls (from San Antonio) Benston Zagreb (Croatia) 1980
25 Iakovos "Jake" Tsakalidis (C) Greece Phoenix Suns AEK (Greece) 1979
26 Mamadou N'Diaye (C) Senegal Denver Nuggets (from Utah) Auburn Sr.
27 Primož Brezec (C) Slovenia Indiana Pacers Union Olimpija (Slovenia) 1979
28 Erick Barkley (PG) United States Portland Trail Blazers St. John's So.
29 Mark Madsen (PF) United States Los Angeles Lakers Stanford Sr.


[edit] Round two

Eddie House, the 37th pick Michael Redd, the 43rd pickPick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
30 Marko Jarić (G) FR Yugoslavia
Greece Los Angeles Clippers Paf Bologna (Italy) 1978
31 Dan Langhi (PF) United States Dallas Mavericks (from Chicago, traded to Houston for Eduardo Nájera and a future second-round draft pick) Vanderbilt Sr.
32 A.J. Guyton (PG) United States Chicago Bulls (from Golden State) Indiana Sr.
33 Jake Voskuhl (C) United States Chicago Bulls (from Vancouver via Houston) UConn Sr.
34 Khalid El-Amin (PG) United States Chicago Bulls (from Atlanta) UConn Jr.
35 Mike Smith (F) United States Washington Wizards Louisiana-Monroe Jr.
36 Soumaila Samake (C) Mali New Jersey Nets Cincinnati Stuff (IBL) 1978
37 Eddie House (SG) United States Miami Heat (from Cleveland via Denver) Arizona State Sr.
38 Eduardo Nájera (SF) Mexico Houston Rockets (traded to Dallas with future second-round pick for Dan Langhi) Oklahoma Sr.
39 Lavor Postell (SG) United States New York Knicks (from Boston) St. John's Sr.
40 Hanno Möttölä (SF/PF) Finland Atlanta Hawks (from Denver) Utah Sr.
41 Chris Carrawell (SG) United States San Antonio Spurs (from Orlando) Duke Sr.
42 Olumide Oyedeji (PF) Nigeria Seattle SuperSonics Würzburg (Germany) 1981
43 Michael Redd (SG) United States Milwaukee Bucks Ohio State Jr.
44 Brian Cardinal (PF) United States Detroit Pistons Purdue Sr.
45 Jabari Smith (C) United States Sacramento Kings LSU Sr.
46 DeeAndre Hulett (G) United States Toronto Raptors College of the Sequoias So.
47 Josip Sesar (G) Croatia Seattle SuperSonics (traded to Boston for two future second-round picks) Cibona Zagreb (Croatia) 1978
48 Mark Karcher (PG) United States Philadelphia 76ers Temple Jr.
49 Jason Hart (PG) United States Milwaukee Bucks (from Charlotte) Syracuse Sr.
50 Kaniel Dickens (F) United States Utah Jazz (from New York) Idaho Sr.
51 Igor Rakočević (G) FR Yugoslavia Minnesota Timberwolves Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavia) 1978
52 Ernest Brown (C) United States Miami Heat Indian Hills CC Jr.
53 Dan McClintock (C) United States Denver Nuggets (from Phoenix) Northern Arizona Sr.
54 Cory Hightower (G) United States San Antonio Spurs (traded to L.A. Lakers for two future second-round picks) Indian Hills CC So.
55 Chris Porter (F) United States Golden State Warriors (from Utah) Auburn Sr.
56 Jaquay Walls (G) United States Indiana Pacers Colorado Sr.
57 Scoonie Penn (G) United States Atlanta Hawks Ohio State Sr.
58 Pete Mickeal (F) United States Dallas Mavericks (from L.A. Lakers, traded with Erick Strickland to New York for John Wallace and Donnell Harvey) Cincinnati Sr.

B-Good
I-Decent(6th man, good role player, consistant for atleast 6-8 years)
U-Role players(8th man or so. Had a good year or 2)

It hasn't been that bad.

There's been 4 good guys. Martin, Redd, Crawford and Turkaglu.

Jamal Magloire has been a former All-star too.

Atleast 20 players here have been good role players.

It hasn't been that bad.

theuuord
06-20-2009, 10:05 PM
It hasn't been that bad.

There's been 4 good guys. Martin, Redd, Crawford and Turkaglu.

Jamal Magloire has been a former All-star too.

Atleast 20 players here have been good role players.

It hasn't been that bad.

no, that's pretty bad.

chitownbulls
06-20-2009, 10:06 PM
and he was a 2nd round pick lol

lol thats what surprised me :speechless:

JWO35
06-20-2009, 10:07 PM
Michael Redd & Hedo Türkoğlu
Best out of this draft...

Raps18-19 Champ
06-20-2009, 10:09 PM
no, that's pretty bad.

Well It's more of a role players draft.

But star wise then yes.

Half of the people there are still in the league or atleast was on a team last season.

what54!?
06-20-2009, 10:11 PM
when the best player from that draft comes in the second round, then yes

AllTheWay
06-20-2009, 10:17 PM
It is, but it has also produced some key championship winning role players, and a star, so you never know. Maybe there was a worse one. And Kenyon was arguably the best defensive PF in the league before his knees ****ed up.

28+24+5=3champs
06-20-2009, 10:26 PM
Dalibor Bagarić = greatest draft ever

Greg_Sox_fan
06-20-2009, 10:30 PM
hey it very well my be better then this year. at least tht one produced a great scorer and a above adverage forward and some solid role players. this years is probably a tad bit stronger now that i think about it but we wont kno til about 3 years

vash9
06-20-2009, 10:37 PM
Kenyon Martin
Keyon Dooling
Ehh. A little bit of Hedo.
Michael Redd.

Those are the 4 that i think are the best from this draft.

Vinny642
06-20-2009, 10:43 PM
Jamal Magloire lol eeww

alexander_37
06-20-2009, 10:51 PM
Martin was good for a while, he is a defensive force.

Beno7500
06-20-2009, 11:10 PM
Redd and hedo, and maybe crawford.

Rest are junk

NYtilIdie
06-21-2009, 12:11 AM
Jamal, Hedo, Redd are the only good picks in that draft. You know its bad when K-Mart is the 1st pick

BTownTeamsRKing
06-21-2009, 01:18 AM
what a ******** pick by former gm chris wallace!

jerome moiso????? geez thats awful.

this draft is bad. no doubt, but many of those guys did have decent careers and high points.

x_notorious
06-21-2009, 01:26 AM
Martin was good for a while, he is a defensive force.

**was. His injuries really messed him up.

Other than Martin, Hedo, Redd and a few others, this draft was pretty pathetic. No real 'super star' drafted.

Reddd
06-21-2009, 02:14 AM
Full of busts, Redd, Hedo, Crawford and Martin are the only decent.
Oh, and Jake Voskuhl

brownies23
06-21-2009, 02:43 AM
i agree.this draft was pretty bad when it comes 2 a true superstar. However, there were some decent role players within that draft. K-Mart used to be pretty good, but the injuries caused his skills 2 diminish quicker then they should of. Also Hedo, took a while to become good, but he is probably the best player in the draft.Either him, or Michael Redd. Redd has been very injury prone tho.

Phxtoday
06-21-2009, 02:58 AM
no, that's pretty bad.

hahaha :D

J_M_B
06-21-2009, 05:08 PM
Redd and Turkaglu by far best players in this draft

DerekRE_3
06-21-2009, 05:39 PM
This draft just shows how good of a talent evaluator Geoff Petrie is. He drafted arguably the best player in the draft in Hedo Turkoglu.

ogtransphat
06-21-2009, 08:52 PM
I dont think chris mihm was ever a starter for cleve being picked in the top ten.
Does anyone know why Speedy Claxton and Spoonie Penn weren't All Stars?? Unbelieveable.So yes defenitely one of the worst ever.

jacquewho?
06-21-2009, 09:01 PM
Yea...thats pretty bad. We will compare these drafts in a few years and see which one was worse. Only Kenyon, Crawford, Turkoglu, and Redd have had really successful NBA careers.

I also noticed that there were A LOT of foreign players taken in that draft. Especially in the 1st round.

GCOOKIE7
06-21-2009, 09:12 PM
Primoz brezec anyone?

21seantaylor21
06-21-2009, 09:23 PM
Michael Redd Hedo Turkolou and Etan Thomas

Yankee Lifer
06-21-2009, 09:34 PM
horrible

jacquewho?
06-21-2009, 11:29 PM
Primoz brezec anyone?

:up:

Patrick Swayze
06-22-2009, 12:12 AM
Wow, so many players that I forgot about especially AJ Guyton. I haven't voted yet, but I'm going with a yes.

I remember when Corey Hightower got drafted out of the Community College I almost went to around here.

Kakaroach
06-22-2009, 12:17 AM
Michael Redd
Hedo Turkoglu
Jamal Crawford
Kenyon Martin

Jamaal Magloire made an all-star, but only cuz the coaches in the East didn't want to crown King James in his rookie season.

Elliot.Cowan
06-22-2009, 05:12 AM
Mike Millers not too bad...

Tom81
06-22-2009, 05:23 AM
Yes

ericjrosenberg
06-22-2009, 06:35 AM
Hey any draft with a guy name Scoonie in it cannot be all bad!

Trouble87
06-22-2009, 06:41 AM
I voted No

It's debatable... the draft wasn't full of future Hall of Fame caliber players but there are a lot of solid role players in there

znick21
06-22-2009, 07:34 AM
2009 is gonna give it a run for its money.