1970 Expansion Draft

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1970 Expansion Draft
Alfred “Butch” Beard – Atlanta
Len Chappell – Milwaukee
Johnny Egan – L.A. Lakers
Bobby Lewis – San Francisco
McCoy McLemore – Detroit
Don Ohl – Atlanta
Loy Peterson – Chicago
Luther Rackley – Cincinatti
Bobby “Bingo” Smith – San Diego
John Warren – New York
Walt Wesley – Chicago
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1970
1. John Johnson (#7) – Iowa
2. Dave Sorenson – Ohio State
3. Surry Oliver – Stephen F. Austin5. Glen Vidnovic – Iowa
5. Wayne Sokolowski – Ashland
6. Joe Cooke – Indiana
7. Narvis Anderson – Stephen F. Austin
8. Walt Robertson – Loyola of Chicago
9. Tom Lagodich – Keny State
10. Ken Johnson – Indiana
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1971
1. Austin Carr (#1) – Notre Dame
2. Steve Patterson – UCLA
2. Willie Long – New Mexico3. Gerald Lockett – Arkansas AM&N
3. Jackie Ridgle – California
4. Cliff Harris – Hardin Simmons
5. Brian Mahoney – Manhattan
6. Mike Childress – Colorado State7. Tom Bush – Drake
8. Charlie Davis – Wake Forest
9. Rich Walker – Bowling Green
10. Jim Merideth – Washington State.
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1972
1. Dwight Davis (#3) – Houston
2. Steve Hayes – Washington
4. Hank Siemiontskowski – Villinova
5. Sam Cash – California (Riverside)
6. Tom Parker – Kentucky
7. Steve Davidson – West Texas State8. Roger Evans – Kent State
9. Greg Starrick – Southern Illinois
10. Kent Martens – Albilene Christian
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1973
1. Jim Brewer (#2) – Minnesota
2. Al Hornyak – Ohio State
3. Jim O’Brien – Maryland
3. Ozzie Edwards – Oklahoma State
3. Jim Lister – Sam Houston
4. Luke Witte – Ohio State
5. John Coughran – California
6. Willie Calvert – Ablilene Chritsian
7. Larry Farmer – UCLA
8. John Ritter – Indiana
9. Les Taylor – Murray State
10. Dean Martin – Baldwin Wallace
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1974
1. Campy Russell (#8) – Michigan
3. Clarence “Foots” Walker – West Georgia
3. Kevin Restani – San Francisco
4 . Jim Foster – Conneticut
5. Gary Novak – Notre Dame
6. Aron Stewart – Richmond
7. Mike Robison – Michigan State
8. Kerry Huges – Wisconsin
9. Jim Buskofsky – Upper Iowa
10. Jim Kelly – Loras College
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1975
1. John Lambert (#15) – USC
2. Dan Roundfield – Central Michigan
2. Mel Utley – St. John’s
3 .Ted Hathaway – Cleveland State
4. Eric Fernsten – San Francisco
5. Jim Lee – Syracuse
5. Mike Odemns – Western Kentucky
6. Henry Ward – Jackson State
7. Shawn Leftwich – Jacksonville
8. Andre McCarter – UCLA
9. Skip Howard – Bowling Green
10. Eric Anderson – Macalester
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1976
1. Chuckie Williams (#15) – Kansas State
2. Mo Howard – Maryland
3. Gary Cole – Wic. (Parkside)
4. John Engles – Pennsylvania
5. Ed Lawrence – Mcneese State
6. Harry Davis – Morris Brown
7. John Britt – Western Kentucky
8. Dale Koehler – Wisconsin
8. Tim Sisneros – Middle Tennessee
9. Bruce Parkinson – Purdue
10. Elisha McSweeney – Mankato State
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1977
2. Eddie Jordan – Rutgers
3. Steve Grote – Michigan
4. Melvin Jones – West Texas State
5. Alphonso Smith – Jackson State
6. Ron Cox – Eastern Washinton
7. Bob Riddle – Eastern Michigan
8. Tom Cutter – Western Michigan
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1978
1. Mike Mitchell (#15) – Auburn
2. Harry Davis – Florida State
3. Ken Higgs – LSU4. Stan Rome – Clemson
5. Ken Koenigs – Kansas
6. Ron Bell – Virginia Tech7. Tony Smith – UNLV
8. Roland Martin – Missouri So.
9. Steve Bayless – Central State
10. Gary Winton – Army
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1979
2. Bruce Flowers – Notre Dame
3. Bill Laimbeer – Notre Dame
4. Rick Swing – The Citadel
5. Matt Simpkins – Georgia Southern
6. Jon Manning – N. Texas State
7. Steve Skaggs – Ohio University
8. Mark Haymore – Mass.
9. Tim Joyce – Ohio University
10. Terry Peavy – Point Park
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1980
1. Chad Kinch (#22) – UNCC
3. Stuart House – Washington State
3. Wayne Abrams – Southern Illinois
3. Ron James – Illinois State
4. Murray Brown – Florida State
5. LaVon Williams – Kentucky
6. Antonio Martin – Oral Roberts
7. Jim Ellinghausen – Ohio State
8. Leroy Berry – Wilminton
9. Melvin Crafter – Central State
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1981
3. Mikey Dillard – Florida State
3. Boo Bowers – American U.
4. Ethan Martin – LSU
5. Ken Page – New Mexico
6. Aaron Strayhorn – Hawaii
7. Andre Smith – Nebraska8. Glen Marcus – UAB9. Paul Roba – Cleveland State10. Greg Boone – Augsburg
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1982
1. John Bagley(#12) – Boston College
2. Dave Magley- Kasas
3. Mike Wilson – Marquette4. Reggie Hannah – So. Alabama
5. Terry White – UTEP
6. Vince Reynolds – So. Florida
7. Randy Reed – Kansas State
8. Monty Knight – VCU
9. Tony Hafley – So. Alabama
10. Durand Walker – Marion
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1983
1. Roy Hinson(#20) – Rutgers
1. Steward Granger(#24) – Villanova
2. John Garris – Boston College
3. Paul Thompsan – Tulane
3. Derrick Hord – Kentucky
4. Dwight Jones – Cincinnati
5. Chris Logan – Holy Cross
6. Mel McLaughlin – Central Michigan
7. John Columbo – John Caroll
8. Larry Tucker – Lewis
9. Joe Brown – Georgia State
10. Jon Hanley – Xavier
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1984
1. Tim McCormick (#12) – Michigan
2. Ron Anderson- Fresno State
3. Ben McDonald – UC-Irvine
3. Leonard Mitchell – LSU
4. Art Aaron – Northwestern
5. Vince Hinchen – Boise State
6. Matt Doherty – North Carolina
7. Joe Lakuibick – Akron
8. Elliott Beard – Oberlin
9. John Shimko – Xavier
10. Darrell Space – NE Illinois
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1985
1. Charles Oakley (#9) – Virginia Union
2. Calvin Duncan – VCU
2. John “Hot Rod” Williams – Tulane
3. Herb Johnson – Tulsa
4. Mark Davis – Old Dominion
5. Gunther Behnke – West Germany
6. Rickie Johnson – Illinois State
7. Buzz Peterson – North Carolina
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1986
1. BradDaugherty(#1) – North Carolina
1. Ron Harper(#8) – Miami, Ohio
2. Johnny Newman – Richmond
3. Kevin Henderson – Fullerton State
4. Warren Martin – North Carolina
5. Ben Davis – Gardner-Webb
6. Gilber Wilburn – North Mexico State
7. Ralph Dalton – GeorgeTown
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1987
1. Kevin Johnson(#7) – California
2. Kannard Johnson- Western Kentucky
3. Donald Royal – Notre Dame
4. Chris Dudley – Yale
4. Cavin Holcombe – Texas Christian
5. Carl Lott – Texas Christian
6. Harold Jenson – Villanova
7. Michael Foster – South Carolina
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1988
1. Randolph Keys (#22) – S Mississippi 3. Winston Bennett – Kentucky
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1989
1. John Morton (#25) – Seton Hall 2. Chucky Brown – N.C. State
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1990
2. Stefano Rusconi – Ranger Varese
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1991
1. Terrell Brandon (#11) – Oregon 2. Jimmy Oliver – Perdue
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1992
No Selections
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1993
1. Chris Mills (#22) – Arizona
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1994
1. Gary Collier – Tulsa
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1995
1. Bob Sura (#17) – Florida State 2. Donny Marshall – Connecticut
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1996
1. Vitaly Potapenko (#12) – Wright State
1. Zydrunas Ilgauskas (#20) – Lithuania
2. Reggie Geary – Arizona
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1997
1. Derek Anderson(#13) – Kentucky
1. Brevin Knight (#16) – Stanford
2. Cedric Henderson – Memphis
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1998
2. Ryan Stack – South Carolina
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1999
1. Andre Miller(#8) – Utah
1. Trajan Langdon (#11) – Duke
2. A.J. Bramlett – Arizona
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2000
1. Jamal Crawford (#8) – Michigan
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2001
1. DeSegana Diop(#8) – Oak Hill Academy HS
1. Brendan Haywood (#20) – North Carolina
2. Jeff Trepagnier – South Carolina
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2002
1. Dajuan Wagner (#6) – Memphis 2. Carlos Boozer – Duke
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2003
1. LeBron James (#1) – St. Vincent-St. Mary 2. Jason Kapono – UCLA
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2004
1. Luke Jackson (#10) – Oregon
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2005
No Selections
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2006
1. Shannon Brown (#25) – Michigan State 2. Daniel Gibson(#42) – Texas
2. Ejike Ugboaja (#55) – Nigeria
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2007
No Selections
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2008
1. J.J. Hickson (#19) – North Carolina State
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2009
1. Christian Eyenga (#30) – Republic of Congo 2. Danny Green (#46) – North Carolina
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2010
No Selections
2011
1. Kyrie Irving (#1) – Duke 1. Tristan Thompson (#4) – Texas
2. Justin Harper (#2 – 32nd overall) – Richmond 2. Milan Mačvan (#24 – 54th overall) – Israel
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2012
1. Dion Waiters (#4) – Syracuse
1. Jared Cunningham (#24) – Oregon State
2. Bernard James (#33) – Florida State
2. Jae Crowder (#34) – Oregon State
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2013
1. Anthony Bennett (#1) – UNLV
1. Sergey Karasev (#19) – BC Triumph Lyubertsy (Russia)
2. Allen Crabbe (#31) – California
2. Carrick Felix (#33) – Arizona State
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2014
1. Andrew Wiggins (#1) – Kansas 2. Joe Harris (#34) – Virginia
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