NBA Draft

The NBA draft takes place annually at Madison Square Garden. NBA teams will select amateur basketball players from various colleges and international leagues across the globe. The picks are assigned based on how each team finishes the season, with the worst teams getting the higher picks. The top 3 spots are chosen at random from the 14 teams that did not make the playoffs.

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How do you apply for the NBA draft?

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What do you have to do to be eligible for the NBA draft?

To be eligible for the NBA draft, you have to notify the NBA by e-mail and have either been in college at least 1 year or, if you haven't gone to college, must be 19.

NBA Draft

Who was the first pick in the 1965 NBA Draft?

T-Territorial Choices

First Round

1 SF Fred Hetzel Davidson

2T NY Bill Bradley Princeton

3T Det Bill Buntin Michigan

4 SF Rick Barry Miami (FL)

5 NY Dave Stallworth Wichita State

6 Balt Jerry Sloan Evansville

7 Phil Bill Cunningham North Carolina

8 StL Jim Washington Villanova

9 Cin Nate Bowman Wichita State

10T LAL Gail Goodrich UCLA

11 Bos Ollie Johnson San Francisco

Second Round

1 SF Wilbert Frazier Grambling

2 NY Dick Van Arsdale Indiana

3 Det Tom Van Arsdale Indiana

4 Balt Tal Brody Illinois

5 Phil Jesse Branson Elon

6 NYK Hal Blevins Arkansas A&M

7 Cin Flynn Robinson Wyoming

8 LAL John Fairchild Brigham Young

9 Bos Ronnie Watts Wake Forest

Third Round

1 SF Keith Erickson UCLA

2 NY John Clemens Ohio Wesleyan

3 Det Ron Reed Notre Dame

4 Balt Joe Newton Auburn

5 Phil Bob Weiss Penn State

6 StL Ken McIntyre St. John's

7 Cin Jon McGlocklin Indiana

8 LAL Jim Caldwell Georgia Tech

9 Bos Toby Kimball Connecticut

Fourth Round

1 SF Warren Rustand Arizona

2 NY Larry Lembo Manhattan

3 Det Jim King Oklahoma State

4 Balt Skip Thoren Illinois

5 Phil Henry Finkel Dayton

6 StL Lynn Nance Washington

7 Cin Bob Love Southern

8 LAL Brooks Henderson Florida

9 Bos Richie Tarrant St. Michael's (VT)

Fifth Round

1 SF Eddie Jackson Oklahoma City

2 NY Steve Nisenson Hofstra

3 Det Ted Manning North Carolina College

4 Balt Charles Dinkens Miami (OH)

5 Phil Richie Moore Villanova

6 StL Theodore Werner Washington State

7 Cin Warren Isaac Iona

8 LAL A.W. Davis Tennessee

9 Bos Don Davidson Davidson

Sixth Round

1 SF Jim Jarvis Oregon State

2 NY Warren Davis North Carolina A&T

3 Det Barry Smith High Point

4 Balt Lavonne LeFlore Jackson State

5 Phil Mitch Edwards Pan American

6 StL John Rambo Long Beach College

7 Cin Leon Clements Ouachita Baptist

8 LAL Theo Cruz Seattle

9 Bos Haskell Tison Duke

Seventh Round

1 SF Dan Wolters California

2 NY Dale Neel High Point

3 Balt Willie Somerset Duquesne

4 Phil John Young Midwestern (TX)

5 StL Terry Kunze Minnesota

6 Cin Jeff Gehring Miami (OH)

7 LAL Dwayne Cruze Idaho State

8 Bos George Deehan Lenoir Rhyne

Eighth Round

1 SF Willie Cotton Central State

2 NY Frank Granat Alliance

3 Balt Jim Murphy DePaul

4 Phil Bob Barnek St. Bonaventure

5 StL Cincy Powell Portland

6 Cin Jim Fox South Carolina

7 LAL George Unseld Kansas

Ninth Round

1 NY Jay Neary North Carolina-Wilmington

2 Balt John Wendelkin Holy Cross

3 Phil Gene West Drake

4 StL Leroy Walker Utah State

5 Cin Ron Krick Cincinnati

6 LAL Marlbert Pradd Dillard

Tenth Round

1 NY Wayne Molis Lewis

2 Balt Bogie Redmon Illinois

3 Phil Dean Church SW Louisiana

4 StL Spencer Carlson Baylor

5 Cin Richie Dec Seton Hall

6 LAL Don Rae Montana State

Eleventh Round

1 NY Bill Meyer Hiram

2 Balt Thales McReynolds Miles

3 Phil Curt Fromal La Salle

4 StL Weldon Kytle Fenn

5 Cin Dick Maile Louisiana State

6 LAL Bob Andrews Alabama

Twelfth Round

1 NY Bob Trupin Yale

2 Balt Walt Sahm Notre Dame

3 Phil Dan Anderson Augsburg

4 StL Elton McGriff Creighton

5 Cin Robert McCollough Benedict

Thirteenth Round

1 NY Dennis McGovern Rhode Island

2 Balt Joe Ramsey Southern Illinois

3 Phil Rich Parks Tulsa

4 StL Mel Northway Minnesota

5 Cin Oliver Jones Albany State (GA)

Fourteenth Round

1 Balt Jerry Rook Arkansas State

2 Phil Jack Morgenthal Houston

3 StL Terry Page Detroit

4 Cin Larry Franks Texas

Fifteenth Round

1 Balt Dave Hicks None

2 Phil James Pitts Georgia

3 StL George Pomey Michigan

4 Cin Ronald Scharf Georgia Tech

Sixteenth Round

1 Balt Bunk Adams Ohio

2 Phil Larry Rafferty Fairchild

3 StL Bob Tolan Eastern Kentucky

4 Cin Willie Porter Tennessee State

Seventeenth Round

1 Balt Roger Taylor Illinois

Chicago Bulls
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When did derrick rose join the bulls?

Derrick Rose was selected first overall for the 2008 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls.

Basketball History
NBA Draft

What NBA draft has the most successful professionals?

2003. Lebron James, Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade, and Carmelo Anthony

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How many draft rounds are in the NBA?

There are two rounds. The first round is picks 1-30, and the second round is picks 31-60.

The lottery is the first 14 picks of the first round - the picks of the teams that didn't get into the playoffs.

Basketball Rules and Regulations
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Can you bounce a basketball off your oppenent?

yes, you can. But only allowed to brake a double dribble.

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Ice Hockey
National Football League (NFL)
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What is a conditional 1st round draft pick in hockey?

The term 'conditional first round pick' is usually used with trades. That means that there are 'conditions' that need to be met for the trade to be valid. A team might trade a first round pick in the 2008 draft to another team on the condition that the team trading the pick does not finish as one of the worst five teams in the league. If the trading team does finish as one of the worst five teams, then they will keep the pick and give up something else. Maybe a first round pick in 2009, or a second and third round pick in 2008.

NBA Draft

When is the best time to enter the NBA draft?

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What team did kemba walker go on in the NBA?

The Charlotte Bobcats.

NBA Draft

How do you train get in the NBA draft?

To train for the NBA draft, you have to work on stamina, strength, skill, and movement ability. The NBA scouts and teams look at everything- how well can you jump, how well can you score a basket, how good does he shoot threes, etc. You will have to work very hard all day and hope you are good enough.

There is only one way to get into the NBA, HARD WORK!

You really cant, You have to be really really really really good and you have to be either a high school or college basketball star. Only 1 in every 10,00 basketball players go to the NBA. The chancesfor average players are close to none.

You cant get into the NBA unless you are a star college or high school basketball player. Out of nearly 3 million high school and college basketball players in this country, 60 go to the NBA draft each year, and they are the elite top 1 percent basketball players in the world. Basically your chances at the the NBA are ZIP ZILCH NADA.

Yes it is hard to get to the NBA, but with hard work and consistancy on all you do, it will give you a good chance to get their, and I also think that getting to the NBA is not ZIP ZILCH NADA if you want to get their and you want it that much and you practice and work hard CHANCES are you WILL get to the NBA. Don't be discouraged by the number of people that actually get to the NBA.

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What does the order mean in NBA draft?

It means who gets to pick from 1st all the way to 30th. There are two rounds that have 30 picks all from different teams. Teams can trade to take other teams picks during and before the draft. Teams can also trade their players that they drafted for other picks, other players who already got drafted and veterans. How teams get their pick number is how well they do after the season is over. 16 teams make the playoffs. They range from 8 seeds to 1 seeds. 8 seeds pick before the 7,6,5,4,3,2, and 1 seeds. The remaining 14 teams that didn't make the playoffs enter a draft lottery. The draft lottery is like the Eenie Meenie Minee Mo way of who gets the picks ranging from 14 to 1. It's a complete mystery. The team that has the worst record and is projected to receive the number 1 pick in the draft, most likely DOES NOT receive the 1st pick in the draft. It's usually the 2nd or 3rd projected pick that actually receives the 1st. It's pretty simple. Oh, 1 more thing. It doesn't matter what seed you are in the playoffs if you win the NBA title. If your an 8 seed and win the championship, you get the 30th pick automatically.

High School
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Can you make it to the NBA without a high school diploma?

Never! Just because your good or think your good at basketball means the n.b.a. officials are going to pick you up on a silver platter! GET AN EDUCATION FIRST!

Michael Jordan
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When was Michael Jordan drafted in NBA draft?


NBA Draft

When is the NBA Draft?

For 2009, the NBA draft is on June 25, 2009. It is available on ESPN starting at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Every NBA draft is in June, but the date will change per year.

College Basketball
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Who has the best NBA mock draft website?

Walter Football. Trust me.

Basketball Memorabilia
Kobe Bryant
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How much is a Kobe Bryant Rookie card from the score board inc worth?


American Football History
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Who was the first pick in the 1999 NHL Draft?

Patrik Stefan (C)

Detroit Red Wings
National Football League (NFL)
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Which draft pick was Sergei Fedorov?

Sergei Fedorov was a 4th round pick of the Red Wings in the 1989 NHL entry draft.

NBA Draft

How many players are in the NBA Draft?

There are two rounds to the NBA draft. Sixty players are selected in total.

NBA Draft

What college basketball team has the most players drafted in the first round of the nba draft?

Kentucky 5 of their players (john wall, demarcus cousins, Eric bledsoe, Patrick Patterson, and Daniel orton) were drafted

Utah Jazz
National Basketball Association (NBA)
Jazz Music
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Who did the jazz draft?

Ronnie Brewer and Kyrylo Fesenko

Ice Hockey
American Football History
NFL Draft
NBA Draft

Who was the first pick in the 1967 NHL Draft?

1. Rick Pagnutti - Los Angeles Kings 2. Steve Rexe - Pittsburgh Penguins 3. Ken Hicks - Oakland Seals 4. Wayne Cheesman - Minnesota North Stars 5. Serge Bernier - Philadelphia Flyers 6. Bob Dickson - New York Rangers 7. Bob Tombari - Chicago Black Hawks 8. Elgin McCann - Montreal Canadiens 9. Ron Barkell - Detroit Red Wings 10. Meehan Bonnar - Boston Bruins 11. Bob Smith - Pittsburgh Penguins === === 12. Gary Wood - Oakland Seals 13. Larry Mick - Minnesota North Stars 14. Al Sarault - Philadelphia Flyers 15. Brian Tosh - New York Rangers 16. J.-Bob Kelly - Toronto Maple Leafs 17. Al Karlander - Detroit Red Wings === === 18. Kevin Smith - Oakland Seals

NBA Draft

Who were the two players selected before Micheal Jordan in the 1984 NBA draft?

1984 NBA Draft (First round):
  1. Hakeem Olajuwon - HOU
  2. Sam Bowie - POR
  3. Michael Jordan - CHI
  4. Sam Perkins - DAL
  5. Charles Barkley - PHI
  6. Melvin Turpin - WSB
  7. Alvin Robertson - SAS
  8. Lancaster Gordon - LAC
  9. Otis Thorpe - KCK
  10. Leon Wood - PHI
  11. Kevin Willis - ATL
  12. Tim McCormick - CLE
  13. Jay Humphries - PHO
  14. Michael Cage - LAC
  15. Terence Stansbury - DAL
  16. John Stockton - UTA
  17. Jeff Turner - NJN
  18. Vern Fleming - IND
  19. Bernard Thompson - POR
  20. Tony Campbell - DET
  21. Kenny Fields - MIL
  22. Tom Sewell - PHI
  23. Earl Jones - LAL
  24. Michael Young - BOS

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