Complete First Round Results — 1980-89

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NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Pervis Ellison, Louisville
Sacramento
2.
Danny Ferry, Duke
L.A. Clippers
3.
Sean Elliott, Arizona
San Antonio
4.
Glen Rice, Michigan
Miami
5.
J.R. Reid, North Carolina
Charlotte
6.
Stacey King, Oklahoma
Chicago
7.
George McCloud, Florida State
Indiana
8.
Randy White, Louisiana Tech
Dallas
9.
Tom Hammonds, Georgia Tech
Washington
10.
Pooh Richardson, UCLA
Minnesota
11.
Nick Anderson, Illinois
Orlando
12.
Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma
New Jersey
13.
Michael Smith, Brigham Young
Boston
14.
Tim Hardaway, Texas-El Paso
Golden State
15.
Todd Lichti, Stanford
Denver
16.
Dana Barros, Boston College
Seattle
17.
Shawn Kemp, Trinity Valley
Seattle
18.
B.J. Armstrong, Iowa
Chicago
19.
Kenny Payne, Louisville
Philadelphia
20.
Jeff Sanders, Georgia Southern
Chicago
21.
Blue Edwards, East Carolina
Utah
22.
Byron Irvin, Missouri
Portland
23.
Roy Marble, Iowa
Atlanta
24.
Anthony Cook, Arizona
Phoenix (1)
25.
John Morton, Seton Hall
Cleveland
26.
Vlade Divac, Yugoslavia
L.A. Lakers
27.
Kenny Battle, Illinois
Detroit (1)
(1) Phoenix trades rights to Anthony Cook to Detroit for Michael Williams and rights to Kenny Battle.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Danny Manning, Kansas
L.A. Clippers
2.
Rik Smits, Marist
Indiana
3.
Charles Smith, Pittsburgh
Philadelphia (1)
4.
Chris Morris, Auburn
New Jersey
5.
Mitch Richmond, Kansas State
Golden State
6.
Hersey Hawkins, Bradley
L.A. Clippers (1)
7.
Tim Perry, Temple
Phoenix
8.
Rex Chapman, Kentucky
Charlotte
9.
Rony Seikaly, Syracuse
Miami
10.
Willie Anderson, Georgia
San Antonio
11.
Will Perdue, Vanderbilt
Chicago
12.
Harvey Grant, Oklahoma
Washington
13.
Jeff Grayer, Iowa State
Milwaukee
14.
Dan Majerle, Central Michigan
Phoenix
15.
Gary Grant, Michigan
Seattle (2)
16.
Derrick Chievous, Missouri
Houston
17.
Eric Leckner, Wyoming
Utah
18.
Rick Berry, San Jose State
Sacramento
19.
New York
20.
Kevin Edwards, DePaul
Miami
21.
Mark Bryant, Seton Hall
Portland
22.
Randolph Keys, Southern Mississippi
Cleveland
23.
Jerome Lane, Pittsburgh
Denver
24.
Brian Shaw, UC-Santa Barbara
Boston
25.
David Rivers, Notre Dame
L.A. Lakers
(1) Philadelphia trades rights to Charles Smith to L.A. Clippers for rights to Hersey Hawkins and a 1989 first-round draft choice.
(2) Seattle trades rights to Gary Grant and a 1989 first-round pick to L.A. Clippers for Michael Cage.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
San Antonio
2.
Armon Gilliam, UNLV
Phoenix
3.
Dennis Hopson, Ohio State
Ohio State
4.
Reggie Williams, Georgetown
L.A. Clippers
5.
Scottie Pippen, Central Arkansas
Seattle (1)
6.
Kenny Smith, North Carolina
Sacramento
7.
Kevin Johnson, California
California
8.
Olden Polynice, Virginia
Chicago (1)
9.
Derrick McKey, Alabama
Seattle
10.
Horace Grant, Clemson
Chicago
11.
Indiana
12.
Tyrone Bogues, Wake Forest
Washington
13.
Joe Wolf, North Carolina
L.A. Clippers
14.
Tellis Frank, Western Kentucky
Golden State
15.
Jose Ortiz, Oregon State
Utah
16.
Christian Welp, Washington
Philadelphia
17.
Ronnie Murphy, Jacksonville
Portland
18.
Mark Jackson, St. John's
New York
19.
Ken Norman, Illinois
L.A. Clippers
20.
Jim Farmer, Alabama
Dallas
21.
Dallas Comegys, DePaul
Atlanta
22.
Reggie Lewis, Northeastern
Boston
23.
Greg Anderson, Houston
San Antonio
(1) Seattle trades rights to Scottie Pippen to Chicago for rights to Olden Polynice, a 1988 or 1989 second-round pick and the option to exchange 1988 or 1989 first-round draft choices.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Brad Daugherty, North Carolina
Cleveland
2.
Len Bias, Maryland
Boston
3.
Chris Washburn, North Carolina State
Golden State
4.
Chuck Person, Auburn
Indiana
5.
Kenny Walker, Kentucky
New York
6.
William Bedford, Memphis State
Phoenix
7.
Roy Tarpley, Michigan
Dallas
8.
Ron Harper, Miami (Ohio)
Cleveland
9.
Brad Sellers, Ohio State
Chicago
10.
Johnny Dawkins, Duke
San Antonio
11.
John Salley, Georgia Tech
Detroit
12.
John Williams, Louisiana State
Washington
13.
Dwayne Washington, Syracuse
New Jersey
14.
Walter Berry, St. John's
Portland
15.
Dell Curry, Virginia Tech
Utah
16.
Mo Martin, St. Joseph's
Denver
17.
Harold Pressley, Villanova
Sacramento
18.
Mark Alarie, Duke
Denver
19.
Billy Thompson, Louisville
Atlanta (1)
20.
Buck Johnson, Alabama
Houston
21.
Anthony Jones, UNLV
Washington
22.
Scott Skiles, Michigan State
Milwaukee
23.
Ken Barlow, Notre Dame
L.A. Lakers
24.
Arvydas Sabonis, Lithuania
Portland
(1) Atlanta trades Ron Kellogg and draft rights to Billy Thompson to L.A. Lakers for Mike McGee and draft rights to Ken Barlow.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Patrick Ewing Georgetown
New York
2.
Wayman Tisdale, Oklahoma
Indiana
3.
Benoit Benjamin, Creighton
L.A. Clippers
4.
Xavier McDaniel, Wichita State
Seattle
5.
Jon Koncak, Southern Methodist
Atlanta
6.
Joe Kleine, Arkansas
Sacramento
7.
Chris Mullin, St. John's
Golden State
8.
Detlef Schrempf, Washington
Dallas
9.
Charles Oakley, Virginia Union
Cleveland (1)
10.
Ed Pinckney, Villanova
Phoenix
11.
Keith Lee, Memphis State
Chicago (1)
12.
Kenny Green, Wake Forest
Washington
13.
Karl Malone, Louisiana Tech
Utah
14.
Alfredrick Hughes, Loyola
San Antonio
15.
Blair Rasmussen, Oregon
Denver
16.
Bill Wennington, St. John's
Dallas
17.
Uwe Blab, Indiana
Dallas
18.
Joe Dumars, McNeese State
Detroit
19.
Steve Harris, Tulsa
Houston
20.
Sam Vincent, Michigan State
Boston
21.
Terry Catledge, South Alabama
Philadelphia
22.
Jerry Reynolds, Louisiana State
Milwaukee
23.
A.C. Green, Oregon State
L.A. Lakers
24.
Terry Porter, Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Portland
(1) Chicago trades Ennis Whatley and rights to Keith Lee to Cleveland for Calvin Duncan and rights to Charles Oakley.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Akeem Olajuwon, Houston
Houston
2.
Sam Bowie, Kentucky
Portland
3.
Michael Jordan, North Carolina
Chicago
4.
Sam Perkins, North Carolina
Dallas
5.
Philadelphia
6.
Mel Turpin, Kentucky
Washington (1)
7.
Alvin Robertson, Arkansas
San Antonio
8.
Lancaster Gordon, Louisville
L.A. Clippers
9.
Otis Thorpe, Providence
Kansas City
10.
Leon Wood, Cal State-Fullerton
Philadelphia
11.
Kevin Willis, Michigan State
Atlanta
12.
Tim McCormick, Michigan
Cleveland (1)
13.
Jay Humphries, Colorado
Phoenix
14.
Michael Cage, San Diego State
L.A. Clippers
15.
Terence Stansbury, Temple
Dallas
16.
John Stockton, Gonzaga
Utah
17.
Jeff Turner, Vanderbilt
New Jersey
18.
Vern Fleming, Georgia
Indiana
19.
Bernard Thompson, Fresno State
Portland
20.
Tony Campbell, Ohio State
Detroit
21.
Kenny Fields, UCLA
Milwaukee
22.
Tom Sewell, Lamar
Philadelphia (2)
23.
Earl Jones, District of Columbia
L.A. Lakers
24.
Michael Young, Houston
Boston
* Cleveland awarded extra first-round choice by NBA Board of Governors.
(1) Washington trades rights to Melvin Turpin to Cleveland and Cleveland trades rights to Tim McCormick to Seattle as part of a three-way trade.
(2) Philadelphia trades rights to Tom Sewell to Washington for a 1998 first-round pick.



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Ralph Sampson, Virginia
Houston
2.
Steve Stipanovich, Missouri
Indiana
3.
Rodney McCray, Louisville
Houston
4.
Byron Scott, Arizona State
San Diego
5.
Sidney Green, UNLV
Chicago
6.
Russell Cross, Purdue
Golden State
7.
Thurl Bailey, North Carolina State
Utah
8.
Antoine Carr, Wichita State
Detroit
9.
Dale Ellis, Tennessee
Dallas
10.
Jeff Malone, Mississippi State
Washington
11.
Derek Harper, Illinois
Dallas
12.
Darrell Walker, Arkansas
New York
13.
Ennis Whatley, Alabama
Kansas City
14.
Clyde Drexler, Houston
Portland
15.
Howard Carter, Louisiana State
Denver
16.
Jon Sundvold, Missouri
Seattle
17.
Leo Rautins, Syracuse
Philadelphia
18.
Randy Breuer, Minnesota
Milwaukee
19.
John Paxson, Notre Dame
San Antonio
20.
Roy Hinson, Rutgers
Cleveland
21.
Greg Kite, Brigham Young
Boston
22.
Randy Wittman, Indiana
Washington
23.
Mitchell Wiggins, Florida State
Indiana
24.
Stewart Granger, Villanova
Cleveland



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
James Worthy, North Carolina
L.A. Lakers
2.
Terry Cummings, DePaul
San Diego
3.
Utah
4.
Bill Garnett, Wyoming
Dallas
5.
LaSalle Thompson, Texas
Kansas City
6.
Trent Tucker, Minnesota
New York
7.
Quintin Dailey, San Francisco
Chicago
8.
Clark Kellogg, Ohio State
Indiana
9.
Cliff Levingston, Wichita State
Detroit
10.
Keith Edmonson, Purdue
Atlanta
11.
Lafayette Lever, Arizona State
Portland
12.
John Bagley, Boston College
Cleveland
13.
Eric Floyd, Georgetown
New Jersey
14.
Lester Conner, Oregon State
Golden State
15.
David Thirdkill, Bradley
Phoenix
16.
Terry Teagle, Baylor
Houston
17.
Brook Steppe, Georgia Tech
Kansas City
18.
Ricky Pierce, Rice
Detroit
19.
Rob Williams, Houston
Denver
20.
Paul Pressey, Tulsa
Milwaukee
21.
Eddie Phillips, Alabama
New Jersey
22.
Mark McNamara, California
Philadelphia
23.
Darren Tillis, Cleveland State
Boston



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Mark Aguirre, DePaul
Dallas
2.
Isiah Thomas, Indiana
Detroit
3.
Buck Williams, Maryland
New Jersey
4.
Al Wood, North Carolina
Atlanta
5.
Danny Vranes, Utah
Seattle
6.
Orlando Woolridge, Notre Dame
Chicago
7.
Steve Johnson, Oregon State
Kansas City
8.
Tom Chambers, Utah
San Diego
9.
Rolando Blackman, Kansas State
Dallas
10.
Albert King, Maryland
New Jersey
11.
Frank Johnson, Wake Forest
Washington
12.
Kelly Tripucka, Notre Dame
Detroit
13.
Danny Schayes, Syracuse
Utah
14.
Herb Williams, Ohio State
Indiana
15.
Jeff Lamp, Virginia
Portland
16.
Darnell Valentine, Kansas
Portland
17.
Kevin Loder, Alabama State
Kansas City
18.
Ray Tolbert, Indiana
New Jersey
19.
Mike McGee, Michigan
L.A. Lakers
20.
Larry Nance, Clemson
Phoenix
21.
Alton Lister, Arizona State
Milwaukee
22.
Franklin Edwards, Cleveland State
Philadelphia
23.
Charles Bradley, Wyoming
Boston



NO.
PLAYER, SCHOOL/COUNTRY
TEAM
1.
Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue
Golden State
2.
Darrell Griffith, Louisville
Utah
3.
Kevin McHale, Minnesota
Boston
4.
Kelvin Ransey, Ohio State
Chicago
5.
James Ray, Jacksonville
Denver
6.
Mike O'Koren, North Carolina
New Jersey
7.
Mike Gminski, Duke
New Jersey
8.
Andrew Toney, Southwest Louisiana
Philadelphia
9.
Michael Brooks, La Salle
San Diego
10.
Ronnie Lester, Iowa
Portland
11.
Kiki Vandeweghe, UCLA
Dallas
12.
Mike Woodson, Indiana
New York
13.
Rickey Brown, Mississippi State
Golden State
14.
Wes Matthews, Wisconsin
Washington
15.
Reggie Johnson, Tennessee
San Antonio
16.
Hawkeye Whitney, North Carolina State
Kansas City
17.
Larry Drew, Missouri
Detroit
18.
Don Collins, Washington State
Atlanta
19.
John Duren, Georgetown
Utah
20.
Bill Hanzlik, Notre Dame
Seattle
21.
Monti Davis, Tennessee State
Philadelphia
22.
Chad Kinch, UNC-Charlotte
Cleveland
23.
Carl Nicks, Indiana State
Denver


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