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2000 NBA Draft
General Information
Date(s) June 28, 2000
Time 7:30 pm (EDT)
Location Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Network(s) (US) TNT
First selection Kenyon Martin
NBA Draft
 < 1999 2001 > 

The 2000 NBA Draft was held on June 28, 2000 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. To date, it is the last draft held at the home arena of an NBA team; the following and subsequent drafts have all taken place at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York. This draft is considered to be the worst draft since the 1986 NBA Draft. To date, only top pick Kenyon Martin, first-rounder Jamaal Magloire (19th pick overall), and second-rounder Michael Redd (43rd pick overall) have played in the NBA All-Star Game (each only making the team one time); only one player has made an All-NBA Team (Redd, whose sole appearance was on the third team in 2004); only two players in the draft class have won a major end-of-season award (Hedo Türkoğlu was named Most Improved Player in 2008 and Mike Miller was named NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 2006); and few first-rounders are currently playing in the NBA. Sports Illustrated named this entire draft class (as opposed to individual players) the 6th biggest "draft bust" of the modern era - making it the only draft class among the site's top 20 list.[1] Just before the 2009 draft, ESPN.com columnist David Schoenfield wrote a piece in which he rated all of the drafts since the institution of the draft lottery in 1985, and the only draft which he gave the lowest possible grade of "F" was the 2000 draft.[2]

* Denotes player who has been selected for (an) All-Star Game(s) and (an) All-NBA Team(s)
+ Denotes player who has been selected for (an) All-Star Game(s)
x Denotes player who has been selected for (an) All-NBA Team(s)

Contents

Round one

= All-Star
Darius Miles, the 3rd pick
Jamal Crawford, the 8th pick
Hedo Türkoğlu, the 16th pick
Quentin Richardson, the 18th pick
Jamaal Magloire, the 19th pick
Morris Peterson, the 21st pick
Pick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
1 Kenyon Martin+ (PF)  United States New Jersey Nets Cincinnati Sr.
2 Stromile Swift (PF/C)  United States Vancouver Grizzlies LSU So.
3 Darius Miles (SF/SG)  United States Los Angeles Clippers East St. Louis HS (East St. Louis, IL) HSSr.
4 Marcus Fizer (PF)  United States Chicago Bulls Iowa State Jr.
5 Mike Miller (SF/SG)  United States Orlando Magic Florida So.
6 DerMarr Johnson (SG/SF)  United States Atlanta Hawks Cincinnati Fr.
7 Chris Mihm (C/PF)  United States Chicago Bulls (traded to Cleveland for Jamal Crawford and cash) Texas Jr.
8 Jamal Crawford (SG)  United States Cleveland Cavaliers (traded to Chicago with cash for Chris Mihm) Michigan Fr.
9 Joel Przybilla (C)  United States Houston Rockets (traded to Milwaukee for Jason Collier and a future first-round pick) Minnesota So.
10 Keyon Dooling (SG)  United States Orlando Magic (from Denver, traded to L.A. Clippers with Corey Maggette, Derek Strong and cash for a future first-round pick) Missouri So.
11 Jérome Moïso (PF)  France Boston Celtics UCLA So.
12 Etan Thomas (PF/C)  United States Dallas Mavericks Syracuse Sr.
13 Courtney Alexander (SG)  United States Orlando Magic (traded to Dallas for a future first-round pick and cash) Fresno State Sr.
14 Mateen Cleaves (PG)  United States Detroit Pistons Michigan State Sr.
15 Jason Collier (C)  United States Milwaukee Bucks (traded with future first-round pick to Houston for Joel Przybilla) Georgia Tech Sr.
16 Hedo Türkoğlu (SF)  Turkey Sacramento Kings Efes Pilsen (Turkey) 1979
17 Desmond Mason (SF/SG)  United States Seattle SuperSonics Oklahoma State Sr.
18 Quentin Richardson (SF/SG)  United States Los Angeles Clippers (from Toronto via Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York) DePaul So.
19 Jamaal Magloire+ (C)  Canada Charlotte Hornets Kentucky Sr.
20 Speedy Claxton (PG)  United States Philadelphia 76ers Hofstra Sr.
21 Morris Peterson (SF/SG)  United States Toronto Raptors (from Minnesota) Michigan State Sr.
22 Donnell Harvey (SF)  United States New York Knicks (traded with John Wallace to Dallas for Erick Strickland and Pete Mickeal) Florida Fr.
23 DeShawn Stevenson (SG)  United States Utah Jazz (from Miami) Washington Union HS (Fresno, CA) HSSr.
24 Dalibor Bagarić (C)  Croatia Chicago Bulls (from San Antonio) Benston Zagreb (Croatia) 1980
25 Iakovos "Jake" Tsakalidis (C)  Greece Phoenix Suns AEK (Greece) 1979
26 Mamadou N'Diaye (C)  Senegal Denver Nuggets (from Utah) Auburn Sr.
27 Primož Brezec (C)  Slovenia Indiana Pacers Union Olimpija (Slovenia) 1979
28 Erick Barkley (PG)  United States Portland Trail Blazers St. John's So.
29 Mark Madsen (PF)  United States Los Angeles Lakers Stanford Sr.

Round two

Eddie House, the 37th pick
Michael Redd, the 43rd pick
Pick Player Nationality NBA Team School/Club Team
30 Marko Jarić (G)  Yugoslavia
 Greece
Los Angeles Clippers Paf Bologna (Italy) 1978
31 Dan Langhi (PF)  United States Dallas Mavericks (from Chicago, traded to Houston for Eduardo Nájera and a future second-round draft pick) Vanderbilt Sr.
32 A.J. Guyton (PG)  United States Chicago Bulls (from Golden State) Indiana Sr.
33 Jake Voskuhl (C)  United States Chicago Bulls (from Vancouver via Houston) UConn Sr.
34 Khalid El-Amin (PG)  United States Chicago Bulls (from Atlanta) UConn Jr.
35 Mike Smith (F)  United States Washington Wizards Louisiana-Monroe Jr.
36 Soumaila Samake (C)  Mali New Jersey Nets Cincinnati Stuff (IBL) 1978
37 Eddie House (SG)  United States Miami Heat (from Cleveland via Denver) Arizona State Sr.
38 Eduardo Nájera (SF)  Mexico Houston Rockets (traded to Dallas with future second-round pick for Dan Langhi) Oklahoma Sr.
39 Lavor Postell (SG)  United States New York Knicks (from Boston) St. John's Sr.
40 Hanno Möttölä (SF/PF)  Finland Atlanta Hawks (from Denver) Utah Sr.
41 Chris Carrawell (SG)  United States San Antonio Spurs (from Orlando) Duke Sr.
42 Olumide Oyedeji (PF)  Nigeria Seattle SuperSonics Würzburg (Germany) 1981
43 Michael Redd* (SG)  United States Milwaukee Bucks Ohio State Jr.
44 Brian Cardinal (PF)  United States Detroit Pistons Purdue Sr.
45 Jabari Smith (C)  United States Sacramento Kings LSU Sr.
46 DeeAndre Hulett (G)  United States Toronto Raptors College of the Sequoias So.
47 Josip Sesar (G)  Croatia Seattle SuperSonics (traded to Boston for two future second-round picks) Cibona Zagreb (Croatia) 1978
48 Mark Karcher (PG)  United States Philadelphia 76ers Temple Jr.
49 Jason Hart (PG)  United States Milwaukee Bucks (from Charlotte) Syracuse Sr.
50 Kaniel Dickens (F)  United States Utah Jazz (from New York) Idaho Sr.
51 Igor Rakočević (G)  Yugoslavia Minnesota Timberwolves Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavia) 1978
52 Ernest Brown (C)  United States Miami Heat Indian Hills CC Jr.
53 Dan McClintock (C)  United States Denver Nuggets (from Phoenix) Northern Arizona Sr.
54 Cory Hightower (G)  United States San Antonio Spurs (traded to L.A. Lakers for two future second-round picks) Indian Hills CC So.
55 Chris Porter (F)  United States Golden State Warriors (from Utah) Auburn Sr.
56 Jaquay Walls (G)  United States Indiana Pacers Colorado Sr.
57 Scoonie Penn (G)  United States Atlanta Hawks Ohio State Sr.
58 Pete Mickeal (F)  United States Dallas Mavericks (from L.A. Lakers, traded with Erick Strickland to New York for John Wallace and Donnell Harvey) Cincinnati Sr.

Notable undrafted players

All players are Americans unless noted otherwise.

Player School/Club Team
Malik Allen (PF) Villanova
Richie Frahm (SG) Gonzaga
Eddie Gill (SG) Weber State
Pepe Sánchez (PG,  Argentina) Temple
Yakhouba Diawara (F,  France) Pepperdine
Ime Udoka (SF) Portland State

References

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