(overall pick in parentheses)
Arron Afflalo, G, junior, UCLA, Detroit, first (27).
Shagari Alleyne, C, junior, Manhattan, not selected.
Corey Brewer, F, junior, Florida, Minnesota, first (7).
Dwight Brewington, F, junior, Liberty, not selected.
Wilson Chandler, F, sophomore, DePaul, New York, first (23).
Mike Conley Jr., G, freshman, Ohio State, Memphis, first (4).
Daequan Cook, G-F, freshman, Ohio State, Philadelphia, first (21).
Javaris Crittenton, G, freshman, Georgia Tech, L.A. Lakers, first (19).
JamesOn Curry, G, junior, Oklahoma State, Chicago, second (51).
Glen Davis, C, junior, LSU, Boston, second (35).
Kevin Durant, G-F, freshman, Texas, Seattle, first (2).
Jeff Green, F, junior, Georgetown, Boston, first (5).
Taurean Green, G, junior, Florida, Portland, secdond (52).
Spencer Hawes, C, freshman, Washington, Sacramento, first (10).
Al Horford, F-C, junior, Florida, Atlanta, first (3).
Robert Earl Johnson, F, freshman, Clinton JC, S.C., not selected.
Kellen Lee, C, sophomore, Los Angeles City College, not selected.
Dominic McGuire, F, junior, Fresno State, not selected.
Josh McRoberts, F, sophomore, Duke, Portland, second (37).
Joakim Noah, F-C, junior, Florida, Chicago, first (9).
Greg Oden, C, freshman, Ohio State, Portland, first (1).
Kendaris Pelton, F, junior, Southern Mississippi, not selected.
Gabe Pruitt, G, junior, USC, Boston, second (32).
Ramon Sessions, G, junior, Nevada, Milwaukee, second (56).
Jason Smith, F, junior, Colorado State, Miami, first (20).
Rodney Stuckey, G, sophomore, Eastern Washington, Detroit, first (15).
Marcus Williams, F, sophomore, Arizona, San Antonio, second (33).
Sean Williams, F-C, junior, Boston College, New Jersey, first (17).
Brandan Wright, F, freshman, North Carolina, Charlotte, first (8).
Julian Wright, F, sophomore, Kansas, New Orleans, first (13).
Nick Young, G-F, junior, Southern Cal, Washington, first (16).
Thaddeus Young, F, freshman, Georgia Tech, Philadelphia, first (12).

International Players
Ralfi Silva Ansaloni, Praia Club (Brazil), 7-0 1987, not selected.
Stanko Barac, Siroki (Bosnia), 7-2, 1986, Miami, second (39).
Marco Belinelli, Climamio Bologna (Italy), 6-5, 1986, Golden State, first (18).
Kyrylo Fesenko, Cherkasy (Ukraine), 7-0, 1986, Philadelphia, second (38).
Petteri Koponen, Honka (Finland), 6-4, 1988, Philadelphia, first (30).
Yi Jianlian, Guandong Southern Tigers (China), 6-11, 1987, Milwaukee, first (6).
NOTE: Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.

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