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 First round selections in the National Basketball Association draft by each team since 1966 (picks for Denver, Indiana, New Jersey and San Antonio from 1967-1975 were made as part of the American Basketball Association draft); s-selection made in the 1971 supplementary draft of hardship cases for which the team then forfeited their 1972 first-round choice.:
Atlanta Hawks
2006-Shelden Williams, Duke
2005-Marvin Williams, North Carolina
2004-Josh Childress, Stanford and Josh Smith (no college)
2003-Boris Diaw, France
2002-None
2001-Pau Gasol, Spain
2000-DerMarr Johnson, Cincinnati
1999-Jason Terry, Arizona; Cal Bowdler, Old Dominion and Dion Glover, Georgia Tech
1998-Roshown McLeod, Duke
1997-Ed Gary, California
1996-Priest Lauderdale, Central State, Ohio
1995-Alan Henderson, Indiana
1994-None
1993-Douglas Edwards, Florida State
1992-Adam Keefe, Stanford
1991-Stacey Augmon, UNLV and Anthony Avent, Seton Hall
1990-Rumeal Robinson, Michigan
1989-Roy Marble, Iowa
1988-None
1987-Dallas Comegys, DePaul
1986-Billy Thompson, Louisville
1985-Jon Koncak, Southern Methodist
1984-Kevin Willis, Michigan State
1983-None
1982-Keith Edmonson, Purdue
1981-Al Wood, North Carolina
1980-Don Collins, Washington State
1979-None
1978-Butch Lee, Marquette and Jack Givens, Kentucky
1977-Tree Rollins, Clemson
1976-Armond Hill, Princeton
1975-David Thompson, North Carolina State and Marvin Webster, Morgan State
1974-Tom Henderson, Hawaii and Mike Sojourner, Utah
1973-Dwight Jones, Houston and John Brown, Missouri
1972-None
1971-s-Tom Payne, Kentucky and George Trapp, Long Beach State
1970-Pete Maravich, LSU and John Vallely, UCLA
1969-Butch Beard, Louisville
1968-Skip Harlicka, South Carolina
1967-Tim Workman, Seattle
1966-Lou Hudson, Minnesota
Boston Celtics
2006-Randy Foye, Villanova
2005-Gerald Green (no college)
2004-Al Jefferson (no college); Delonte West, Saint Joseph's and Tony Allen, Oklahoma State
2003-Troy Bell, Boston College and Dahntay Jones, Duke
2002-None
2001-Joe Johnson, Arkansas; Kedrick Brown, Okaloosa-Walton CC and Joseph Forte, North Carolina
2000-Jerome Moiso, UCLA
1999-None
1998-Paul Pierce, Kansas
1997-Chauncey Billups, Colorado and Ron Mercer, Kentucky
1996-Antoine Walker, Kentucky
1995-Eric Williams, Providence
1994-Eric Montross, North Carolina
1993-Acie Earl, Iowa
1992-Jon Barry, Georgia Tech
1991-Rick Fox, North Carolina
1990-Dee Brown, Jacksonville
1989-Michael Smith, Brigham Young
1988-Brian Shaw, UC Santa Barbara
1987-Reggie Lewis, Northeastern
1986-Len Bias, Maryland
1985-Sam Vincent, Michigan State
1984-Michael Young, Houston
1983-Greg Kite, Brigham Young
1982-Darren Tillis, Cleveland State
1981-Charles Bradley, Wyoming
1980-Kevin McHale, Minnesota
1979-None
1978-Larry Bird, Indiana State and Freeman Williams, Portland State
1977-Cedric Maxwell, N.C. Charlotte
1976-Norm Cook, Kansas
1975-Tom Boswell, South Carolina
1974-Glenn McDonald, Long Beach State
1973-Steve Downing, Indiana
1972-Paul Westphal, Southern California
1971-Clarence Glover, Western Kentucky
1970-Dave Cowens, Florida State
1969-Jo Jo White, Kansas
1968-Don Chaney, Houston
1967-Mal Graham, New York U.
1966-Jim Barnett, Oregon
Charlotte Bobcats
2006-Adam Morrison, Gonzaga
2005-Raymond Felton, North Carolina and Sean May, North Carolina
2004-Emeka Okafor, Connecticut
Chicago Bulls
2006-LaMarcus Aldridge, Texas and Rodney Carney, Memphis
2005-None
2004-Ben Gordon, Connecticut
2003-Kirk Hinrich, Kansas
2002-Jay Williams, Duke
2001-Eddy Curry (no college)
2000-Marcus Fizer, Iowa State; Chris Mihm, Texas and Dalibor Bagaric, Croatia
1999-Elton Brand, Duke and Ron Artest, St. John's
1998-Corey Benjamin, Oregon State
1997-Keith Booth, Maryland
1996-Travis Knight, Connecticut
1995-Jason Caffey, Alabama
1994-Dickey Simpkins, Providence
1993-Corie Blount, Cincinnati
1992-Byron Houston, Oklahoma State
1991-Mark Randall, Kansas
1990-None
1989-Stacey King, Oklahoma; B.J. Armstrong, Iowa and Jeff Sanders, Georgia Southern
1988-Will Perdue, Vanderbilt
1987-Olden Polynice, Virginia and Horace Grant, Clemson
1986-Brad Sellers, Ohio State
1985-Keith Lee, Memphis State
1984-Michael Jordan, North Carolina
1983-Sidney Green, UNLV
1982-Quintin Dailey, San Francisco
1981-Orlando Woolridge, Notre Dame
1980-Kelvin Ransey, Ohio State
1979-David Greenwood, UCLA
1978-Reggie Theus, UNLV
1977-Tate Armstrong, Duke
1976-Scott May, Indiana
1975-None
1974-Maurice Lucas, Marquette and Cliff Pondexter, Long Beach State
1973-Kevin Kunnert, Iowa
1972-Ralph Simpson, Michigan State
1971-Kennedy McIntosh, Eastern Michigan
1970-Jimmy Collins, New Mexico State
1969-Larry Cannon, La Salle
1968-Tom Boerwinkle, Tennessee
1967-Clem Haskins, Western Kentucky
1966-Dave Schellhase, Purdue
Cleveland Cavaliers
2006-Shannon Brown, Michigan State
2005-None
2004-Luke Jackson, Oregon
2003-LeBron James (no college)
2002-Dajuan Wagner, Memphis
2001-DeSagana Diop (no college) and Brendan Haywood, North Carolina
2000-Jamal Crawford, Michigan
1999-Andre Miller, Utah and Trajan Langdon, Duke
1998-None
1997-Derek Anderson, Kentucky and Brevin Knight, Stanford
1996-Vitaly Potapenko, Wright State and Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Lithuania
1995-Bob Sura, Florida State
1994-None
1993-Chris Mills, Arizona
1992-None
1991-Terrell Brandon, Oregon
1990-None
1989-John Morton, Seton Hall
1988-Randolph Keys, Southern Mississippi
1987-Kevin Johnson, California
1986-Brad Daugherty, North Carolina and Ron Harper, Miami, Ohio
1985-Charles Oakley, Virginia Union
1984-Tim McCormick, Michigan
1983-Roy Hinson, Rutgers and Stewart Granger, Villanova
1982-John Bagley, Boston College
1981-None
1980-Chad Kinch, N.C. Charlotte
1979-None
1978-Mike Mitchell, Auburn
1977-None
1976-Chuckie Williams, Kansas State
1975-John Lambert, Southern California
1974-Campy Russell Michigan
1973-Jim Brewer, Minnesota
1972-Dwight Davis, Houston
1971-Austin Carr, Notre Dame
1970-John Johnson, Iowa
Dallas Mavericks
2006-Maurice Ager, Michigan State
2005-None
2004-None
2003-Josh Howard, Wake Forest
2002-None
2001-None
2000-Etan Thomas, Syracuse
1999-None
1998-Robert Traylor, Michigan
1997-Kelvin Cato, Iowa State
1996-Samaki Walker, Louisville
1995-Cherokee Parks, Duke and Loren Meyer, Iowa State
1994-Jason Kidd, California and Tony Dumas, Missouri-Kansas City
1993-Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky
1992-Jim Jackson, Ohio State
1991-Doug Smith, Missouri
1990-None
1989-Randy White, Louisiana Tech
1988-None
1987-Jim Farmer, Alabama
1986-Roy Tarpley, Michigan
1985-Detlef Schrempf, Washington; Bill Wennington, St. John's and Uwe Blab, Indiana
1984-Sam Perkins, North Carolina and Terence Stansbury, Temple
1983-Dale Ellis, Tennessee and Derek Harper, Illinois
1982-Bill Garnett, Wyoming
1981-Mark Aguirre, DePaul and Rolando Blackman, Kansas State
1980-Kiki Vandeweghe, UCLA
Denver Nuggets
2006-None
2005-Julius Hodge, N.C. State and Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech
2004-Jameer Nelson, Saint Joseph's
2003-Carmelo Anthony, Syracuse
2002-Nikoloz Tskitishvlli, Italy and Frank Williams, Illinois
2001-None
2000-Mamadou N'diaye, Auburn
1999-James Posey, Xavier
1998-Raef LaFrentz, Kansas and Tyronn Lue, Nebraska
1997-Tony Battie, Texas Tech
1996-Efthimis Retzias, Greece
1995-Brent Barry, Oregon State
1994-Jalen Rose, Michigan
1993-Rodney Rogers, Wake Forest
1992-LaPhonso Ellis, Notre Dame and Bryant Stith, Virginia
1991-Dikembe Mutombo, Georgetown and Mark Macon, Temple
1990-Chris Jackson, LSU
1989-Todd Lichti, Stanford
1988-Jerome Lane, Pittsburgh
1987-None
1986-Maurice Martin, Saint Joseph's and Mark Alarie, Duke
1985-Blair Rasmussen, Oregon
1984-None
1983-Howard Carter, LSU
1982-Rob Williams, Houston
1981-None
1980-James Ray, Jacksonville and Carl Nicks, Indiana State
1979-None
1978-Rod Griffin, Wake Forest and Mike Evans, Kansas State
1977-Tom LaGarde, North Carolina and Anthony Roberts, Oral Roberts
1976-None
1975-Marvin Webster, Morgan State
1974-James Williams, Austin Peay
1973-Mike Bantom, Saint Joseph's and Ed Ratleff, Long Beach State
1972-Bud Stallworth, Kansas
1971-Cliff Meely, Colorado
1970-Spencer Haywood, Detroit
1969-Bob Presley, California
1968-Tom Boerwinkle, Tennessee
1967-Walt Frazier, Southern Illinois
Detroit Pistons
2006-None
2005-Jason Maxwell, Cincinnati
2004-None
Montenegro and Carlos Delfino, Argentina
2002-Tayshaun Prince, Kentucky
2001-Radney White, Charlotte
2000-Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State
1999-None
1998-Bonzi Wells, Ball State
1997-Scot Pollard, Kansas
1996-Jerome Williams, Georgetown
1995-Theo Ratliff, Wyoming and Randolph Childress, Wake Forest
1994-Grant Hill, Duke
1993-Lindsey Hunter, Jackson State and Allan Houston, Tennessee
1992-Don MacLean, UCLA
1991-None
1990-Lance Blanks, Texas
1989-Kenny Battle, Illinois
1988-None
1987-None
1986-John Salley, Georgia Tech
1985-Joe Dumars, McNeese State
1984-Tony Campbell, Ohio State
1983-Antoine Carr, Wichita State
1982-Cliff Levingston, Wichita State and Ricky Pierce, Rice
1981-Isiah Thomas, Indiana and Kelly Tripucka, Notre Dame
1980-Larry Drew, Missouri
1979-Greg Kelser, Michigan State; Roy Hamilton, UCLA and Phil Hubbard, Michigan
1978-None
1977-None
1976-Leon Douglas, Alabama
1975-None
1974-Al Eberhard, Missouri
1973-None
1972-Bob Nash, Hawaii
1971-Curtis Rowe, UCLA
1970-Bob Lanier, St. Bonaventure
1969-Terry Driscoll, Boston College
1968-Otto Moore, Pan American
1967-Jimmy Walker, Providence and Sonny Dove, St. John's
1966-Dave Bing, Syracuse
Golden State Warriors
2006-Patrick O'Bryant, Bradley
2005-Ike Diogu, Arizona State
2004-Andris Biedrins, Latvia
2003-Mickael Pietrius, France
2002-Mike Dunleavy, Duke
2001-Jason Richardson, Michigan State and Troy Murphy, Notre Dame
2000-None
1999-Jeff Foster, Southwest Texas State
1998-Vince Carter, North Carolina
1997-Adonal Foyle, Colgate
1996-Todd Fuller, North Carolina State
1995-Joe Smith, Maryland
1994-Clifford Rozier, Louisville
1993-Anfernee Hardaway, Memphis State
1992-Latrell Sprewell, Alabama
1991-Chris Gatling, Old Dominion; Victor Alexander, Iowa State and Shaun Vandiver, Colorado
1990-Tyrone Hill, Xavier, Ohio
1989-Tim Hardaway, Texas El-Paso
1988-Mitch Richmond, Kansas State
1987-Tellis Frank, Western Kentucky
1986-Chris Washburn, North Carolina State
1985-Chris Mullin, St. John's
1984-None
1983-Russell Cross, Purdue
1982-Lester Conner, Oregon State
1981-None
1980-Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue and Rickey Brown, Mississippi State
1979-None
1978-Purvis Short, Jackson State and Raymond Townsend, UCLA
1977-Rickey Green, Michigan and Wesley Cox, Louisville
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1975-Joe Bryant, La Salle
1974-Jamaal Wilkes, UCLA
1973-Kevin Joyce, South Carolina
1972-None
1971-s-Cyril Baptiste, Creighton and Darnell Hillman, San Jose State
1970-None
1969-Bob Portman, Creighton
1968-Ron Williams, West Virginia
1967-Dave Lattin, Texas Western
1966-Clyde Lee, Vanderbilt
Houston Rockets
2006-Rudy Gay, Connecticut
2005-Luther Head, Illinois
2004-None
2003-None
2002-Yao Ming, China and Bostjan Nachbar, Slovenia
2001-Richard Jefferson, Arizona; Jason Collins, Stanford and Brandon Armstrong, Pepperdine
2000-Joel Przybilla, Minnesota
1999-Kenny Thomas, New Mexico
1998-Michael Dickerson, Arizona; Bryce Drew, Valparasio and Mirsad Turkcan, Turkey
1997-Rodrick Rhodes, Southern California
1996-None
1995-None
1994-None
1993-Sam Cassell, Florida State
1992-Robert Horry, Alabama
1991-John Turner, Phillips
1990-Alec Kessler, Georgia
1989-None
1988-Derrick Chievous, Missouri
1987-None
1986-Buck Johnson, Alabama
1985-Steve Harris, Tulsa
1984-Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
1983-Ralph Sampson, Virginia and Rodney McCray, Louisville
1982-Terry Teagle, Baylor
1981-None
1980-None
1979-Lee Johnson, East Texas State
1978-None
1977-None
1976-John Lucas, Maryland
1975-Joe Meriweather, Southern Illinois
1974-Bobby Jones, North Carolina
1973-Ed Ratleff, Long Beach State
1972-None
1971-Cliff Meely, Colorado
1970-Rudy Tomjanovich, Michigan
1969-Bobby Smith, Tulsa
1968-Elvin Hayes, Houston
1967-Pat Riley, Kentucky
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