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1995 NBA Draft
General Information
Date(s) June 28, 1995
Time 6:30 pm EDT
Location SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Network(s) (US) TNT
First selection Joe Smith
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The 1995 NBA Draft took place on June 28, 1995 at SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It marked the first NBA draft for the two Canadian expansion teams, Toronto Raptors and Vancouver Grizzlies. One of this class' draftees (and future league MVP), Kevin Garnett, is notable for being the first player in two decades to be selected straight out of high school.

This draft was also notable for one of the biggest busts in NBA history, Ed O'Bannon.[1] O'Bannon had received national accolades for leading the UCLA Bruins to the NCAA Championship, but only played two years in the NBA.

Contents

Round one

Names in bold were subsequently selected into an All-NBA Team.

= All-Star
Joe Smith, the 1st pick of the Golden State Warriors
Antonio McDyess, the 2nd pick of the Los Angeles Clippers (traded to Denver
Rasheed Wallace, the 4th pick of the Washington Bullets
Kevin Garnett, the 5th pick of the Minnesota Timberwolves
Pick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
1 Joe Smith (PF/C)  United States Golden State Warriors Maryland-So.
2 Antonio McDyess (PF)  United States Los Angeles Clippers (traded to Denver)[a] Alabama-So.
3 Jerry Stackhouse (SG)  United States Philadelphia 76ers North Carolina-So.
4 Rasheed Wallace (PF)  United States Washington Bullets North Carolina-So.
5 Kevin Garnett (PF)  United States Minnesota Timberwolves Farragut Academy HS (Chicago)
6 Bryant Reeves (C)  United States Vancouver Grizzlies Oklahoma State-Sr.
7 Damon Stoudamire (PG)  United States Toronto Raptors Arizona-Sr.
8 Shawn Respert (SG)  United States Portland Trail Blazers (from Detroit, traded to Milwaukee) Michigan State-Sr.
9 Ed O'Bannon (SF)  United States New Jersey Nets UCLA-Sr.
10 Kurt Thomas (PF/C)  United States Miami Heat TCU-Sr.
11 Gary Trent (PF)  United States Milwaukee Bucks (traded to Portland) Ohio-Jr.
12 Cherokee Parks (C)  United States Dallas Mavericks Duke-Sr.
13 Corliss Williamson (PF)  United States Sacramento Kings Arkansas-Jr.
14 Eric Williams (SF)  United States Boston Celtics Providence-Sr.
15 Brent Barry (SG)  United States Denver Nuggets (traded to L.A. Clippers)[a] Oregon State-Sr.
16 Alan Henderson (PF)  United States Atlanta Hawks Indiana-Sr.
17 Bob Sura (SG)  United States Cleveland Cavaliers Florida State-Sr.
18 Theo Ratliff (PF)  United States Detroit Pistons (from Portland) Wyoming-Sr.
19 Randolph Childress (PG)  United States Detroit Pistons (from Houston via Portland) Wake Forest-Sr.
20 Jason Caffey (PF)  United States Chicago Bulls Alabama-Sr.
21 Michael Finley (SF)  United States Phoenix Suns (from L.A. Lakers) Wisconsin-Sr.
22 George Zidek (C)  Czech Republic Charlotte Hornets UCLA-Sr.
23 Travis Best (PG)  United States Indiana Pacers Georgia Tech-Sr.
24 Loren Meyer (PF)  United States Dallas Mavericks (from New York) Iowa State-Sr.
25 David Vaughn (PF/C)  United States Orlando Magic Memphis-Jr.
26 Sherell Ford (PF)  United States Seattle SuperSonics Illinois-Chicago-Sr.
27 Mario Bennett (PF)  United States Phoenix Suns Arizona State-Jr.
28 Greg Ostertag (C)  United States Utah Jazz Kansas-Sr.
29 Cory Alexander (PG)  United States San Antonio Spurs Virginia-Jr.

Round two

Eric Snow, the 43rd pick of the Milwaukee Bucks
Pick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
30 Lou Roe (F)  United States Detroit Pistons Massachusetts
31 Dragan Tarlać (C)  Yugoslavia
 Greece
Chicago Bulls Olympiakos (Greece)
32 Terrence Rencher (G)  United States Washington Bullets Texas
33 Junior Burrough (F)  United States Boston Celtics Virginia
34 Andrew DeClercq (PF/C)  United States Golden State Warriors Florida
35 Jimmy King (G)  United States Toronto Raptors Michigan
36 Lawrence Moten (G)  United States Vancouver Grizzlies Syracuse
37 Frankie King (G)  United States Los Angeles Lakers Western Carolina
38 Rashard Griffith (C)  United States Milwaukee Bucks Wisconsin
39 Donny Marshall (F)  United States Cleveland Cavaliers Connecticut
40 Dwayne Whitfield (F)  United States Golden State Warriors Jackson State
41 Erik Meek (C)  United States Houston Rockets Duke
42 Donnie Boyce (G)  United States Atlanta Hawks Colorado
43 Eric Snow (PG)  United States Milwaukee Bucks Michigan State
44 Anthony Pelle (C)  United States Denver Nuggets Fresno State
45 Troy Brown (F/C)  United States Atlanta Hawks Providence
46 George Banks (F)  United States Miami Heat UTEP
47 Tyus Edney (G)  United States Sacramento Kings UCLA
48 Mark Davis (G/F)  United States Minnesota Timberwolves Texas Tech
49 Jerome Allen (G)  United States Minnesota Timberwolves Pennsylvania
50 Martin Lewis (F)  United States Golden State Warriors Seward County CC (Kansas)
51 Dejan Bodiroga (SF)  Yugoslavia Sacramento Kings Olimpia (Stefanel) Milano (Italy)
52 Fred Hoiberg (SG)  United States Indiana Pacers Iowa State
53 Constantin Popa (C)  Romania Los Angeles Clippers Miami (FL)
54 Eurelijus Zukauskas (C)  Lithuania Seattle SuperSonics Neptunas (Lithuania)
55 Michael McDonald (C)  United States Golden State Warriors New Orleans
56 Chris Carr (G)  United States Phoenix Suns Southern Illinois
57 Cuonzo Martin (G/F)  United States Atlanta Hawks Purdue
58 Don Reid (F)  United States Detroit Pistons Georgetown

Notable undrafted players

Trades involving draft picks

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Draft day trades

The following trades involving drafted players were made on the day of the draft.

References

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