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Shaquille O'Neal, the 1st pick of the Orlando Magic

The 1992 NBA Draft took place on June 24, 1992, in Portland, Oregon. At the time, the draft was considered to be one of the deepest drafts in NBA history. The top three picks (Shaquille O'Neal, Alonzo Mourning, Christian Laettner) were considered can't-miss prospects. O'Neal and Mourning are likely Hall of Famers. Laettner had a respectable NBA career, putting up solid numbers and making one All-Star game, but did not live up to the lofty expectations set for him. Incidentally, all three would end up playing together on the 2004 Miami Heat. Two other players went on to become All-Stars (Tom Gugliotta once, Latrell Sprewell four times) and several others had solid careers (Jimmy Jackson, Robert Horry, Doug Christie, P.J. Brown, Jon Barry), Walt Williams, and Anthony Peeler. Harold Miner, who was given the nickname "Baby Jordan" because of his similarities to Michael Jordan, slipped to number 12 and, other than winning two slam dunk contests, only had a brief, uneventful four-year career.

Names in bold had been selected into All-NBA Team.

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Round one

= All-Star
Alonzo Mourning, the 2nd pick of the Charlotte Hornets
Jim Jackson, the 4th pick of the Dallas Mavericks
Tom Gugliotta, the 6th pick of the Washington Bullets/Wizards
Robert Horry, the 11th pick of the Houston Rockets
PJ Brown, the 29th pick of the New Jersey Nets
Pick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
1 Shaquille O'Neal (C)  United States Orlando Magic LSU-Jr.
2 Alonzo Mourning (C)  United States Charlotte Hornets Georgetown-Sr.
3 Christian Laettner (PF)  United States Minnesota Timberwolves Duke-Sr.
4 Jimmy Jackson (SG)  United States Dallas Mavericks Ohio State-Jr.
5 LaPhonso Ellis (PF)  United States Denver Nuggets Notre Dame-Sr.
6 Tom Gugliotta (PF)  United States Washington Bullets NC State-Sr.
7 Walt Williams (SF)  United States Sacramento Kings Maryland-Sr.
8 Todd Day (SG)  United States Milwaukee Bucks Arkansas-Sr.
9 Clarence Weatherspoon (PF)  United States Philadelphia 76ers Southern Miss-Sr.
10 Adam Keefe (PF)  United States Atlanta Hawks Stanford-Sr.
11 Robert Horry (SF)  United States Houston Rockets Alabama-Sr.
12 Harold Miner (SG)  United States Miami Heat USC-Jr.
13 Bryant Stith (SG)  United States Denver Nuggets (from New Jersey) Virginia-Sr.
14 Malik Sealy (SF)  United States Indiana Pacers St. John's-Sr.
15 Anthony Peeler (SG)  United States Los Angeles Lakers Missouri-Sr.
16 Randy Woods (PG)  United States Los Angeles Clippers La Salle-Sr.
17 Doug Christie (SG)  United States Seattle SuperSonics Pepperdine-Sr.
18 Tracy Murray (SF)  United States Milwaukee Bucks UCLA-Jr.
19 Don MacLean (PF)  United States Detroit Pistons (traded to Washington via L.A. Clippers) UCLA-Sr.
20 Hubert Davis (SG)  United States New York Knicks North Carolina-Sr.
21 Jon Barry (SG)  United States Boston Celtics Georgia Tech-Sr.
22 Oliver Miller (C)  United States Phoenix Suns Arkansas-Sr.
23 Lee Mayberry (PG)  United States Milwaukee Bucks (from Utah) Arkansas-Sr.
24 Latrell Sprewell (SG)  United States Golden State Warriors Alabama-Sr.
25 Elmore Spencer (C)  United States Los Angeles Clippers (from Cleveland) UNLV-Sr.
26 Dave Johnson (SF)  United States Portland Trail Blazers Syracuse-Sr.
27 Byron Houston (PF)  United States Chicago Bulls Oklahoma State-Sr.

Round two

Pick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
28 Marlon Maxey (PF)  United States Minnesota Timberwolves UTEP
29 P. J. Brown (PF)  United States New Jersey Nets Louisiana Tech
30 Sean Rooks (PF/C)  United States Dallas Mavericks Arizona
31 Reggie Smith (C)  United States Portland Trail Blazers TCU
32 Brent Price (G)  United States Washington Bullets Oklahoma
33 Corey Williams (G)  United States Chicago Bulls Oklahoma State
34 Chris Smith (G)  United States Minnesota Timberwolves Connecticut
35 Tony Bennett (G)  United States Charlotte Hornets Wisconsin–Green Bay
36 Duane Cooper (G)  United States Los Angeles Lakers Southern California
37 Isaiah Morris (F)  United States Miami Heat Arkansas
38 Elmer Bennett (G)  United States Atlanta Hawks Notre Dame
39 Litterial Green (G)  United States Chicago Bulls Georgia
40 Steve Rogers (SG/SF)  United States New Jersey Nets Alabama State
41 Popeye Jones (F)  United States Houston Rockets Murray State
42 Matt Geiger (C)  United States Miami Heat Georgia Tech
43 Predrag Danilović (SG)  Yugoslavia Golden State Warriors KK Partizan (Yugoslavia)
44 Henry Williams (G)  United States San Antonio Spurs UNC-Charlotte
45 Chris King (F)  United States Seattle SuperSonics Wake Forest
46 Robert Werdann (C)  United States Denver Nuggets St. John's
47 Darren Morningstar (C)  United States Boston Celtics Pittsburgh
48 Brian Davis (F/G)  United States Phoenix Suns Duke
49 Ron Ellis (PF)  United States Phoenix Suns Louisiana Tech
50 Matt Fish (F)  United States Golden State Warriors UNC-Wilmington
51 Tim Burroughs (PF)  United States Minnesota Timberwolves Jacksonville
52 Matt Steigenga (F)  United States Chicago Bulls Michigan State
53 Curtis Blair (PG)  United States Houston Rockets Richmond
54 Brett Roberts (SF)  United States Sacramento Kings Morehead State

Notable undrafted players

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