1996 NBA Draft: Draft Recap




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Draft Recap
NBA.com Draft Board | Team-by-Team Selections

Stephon Marbury
was drafted No. 4
by Milwaukee, then
traded to Minnesota
for Ray Allen.


A Night to Remember
Featuring the shortest top pick ever and the most international first-rounders in history, the '96 Draft was definitely one for the books.

The Expert Word
Marty Blake, the NBA's Director of Scouting Services, offers his analysis of all 58 first- and second-round picks.

Sounding Off on the Draft
Check out a selection of fan e-mails to teams about their Draft picks.

Going Global
This year's Draft proves that NBA teams are certainly looking beyond the U.S. borders in their search for talent.

Destination: Toronto
Marcus Camby talks about being the No. 2 pick overall in the last of his five Draft Journal entries for NBA.com.

Choice Chats
Twelve of the Draft's first-round selections answered fans' questions live on NBA.com.

In Their Own Words . . .
Check out our collection of the draftees' quotes and audio soundbites.

Draft Night Notes | Trades


NBA.COM DRAFT BOARD

Round 1

1. Philadelphia:
Allen Iverson, Georgetown

2. Toronto:
Marcus Camby, Massachusetts

3. Vancouver:
Shareef Abdur-Rahim, California

4. Milwaukee:
Stephon Marbury, Georgia Tech
(traded to Minnesota)

5. Minnesota:
Ray Allen, Connecticut
(traded to Milwaukee)

6. Boston:
Antoine Walker, Kentucky

7. L.A. Clippers:
Lorenzen Wright, Memphis

8. New Jersey:
Kerry Kittles,Villanova

9. Dallas:
Samaki Walker, Louisville

10. Indiana:
Erick Dampier, Mississippi State

11. Golden State:
Todd Fuller, North Carolina State

12. Cleveland:
Vitaly Potapenko, Wright State

13. Charlotte:
Kobe Bryant, Lower Merion (Pa.) HS

14. Sacramento:
Predrag Stojakovic, PAOK (Greece)

15. Phoenix:
Steve Nash, Santa Clara

16. Charlotte:
Tony Delk, Kentucky

17. Portland:
Jermaine O'Neal,
Eau Claire (S.C.) HS

18. New York:
John Wallace, Syracuse

19. New York:
Walter McCarty, Kentucky

20. Cleveland:
Zydrunas Ilgauskas,
Atletas (Lithuania)

21. New York:
Dontae' Jones, Mississippi State

22. Vancouver:
Roy Rogers, Alabama

23. Denver:
Efthimios Rentzias, PAOK (Greece)

24. L.A. Lakers:
Derek Fisher, Arkansas-Little Rock

25. Utah:
Martin Muursepp,
BC Kalev Tallinn (Estonia)
(traded to Miami)

26. Detroit:
Jerome Williams, Georgetown

27. Orlando:
Brian Evans, Indiana

28. Atlanta:
Priest Lauderdale,
Peristeri Nikas (Greece)

29. Chicago:
Travis Knight, Connecticut


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Round 2

30. Houston
Othella Harrington, Georgetown

31. Philadelphia
Mark Hendrickson, Washington State

32. Philadelphia
Ryan Minor, Oklahoma

33. Milwaukee
Moochie Norris, West Florida

34. Dallas
Shawn Harvey, West Virginia State

35. Seattle
Joseph Blair, Arizona

36. L.A. Clippers
Doron Sheffer, Connecticut

37. Denver
Jeff McInnis, North Carolina

38. Boston
Steve Hamer, Tennessee

39. Phoenix
Russ Millard, Iowa

40. Golden State
Marcus Mann,
Mississippi Valley State

41. Sacramento
Jason Sasser, Texas Tech
(traded to Portland)

42. Houston
Randy Livingston, Louisiana State

43. Phoenix
Ben Davis, Arizona

44. Charlotte
Malik Rose, Drexel

45. Seattle
Joe Vogel, Colorado State

46. Portland
Marcus Brown, Murray State

47. Seattle
Ron Riley, Arizona State

48. Philadelphia
Jamie Feick, Michigan State

49. Orlando
Amal McCaskill, Marquette

50. Houston
Terrell Bell, Georgia

51. Vancouver
Chris Robinson, Western Kentucky

52. Indiana
Mark Pope, Kentucky

53. Milwaukee
Jeff Nordgaard,
Wisconsin-Green Bay

54. Utah
Shandon Anderson, Georgia

55. Washington
Ronnie Henderson, Louisiana State

56. Cleveland
Reggie Geary, Arizona

57. Seattle
Drew Barry, Georgia Tech

58. Dallas
Darnell Robinson, Arkansas



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