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OutletPass
06-09-2003, 12:12 PM
1. Cleveland Lebron James 6-8 240 PG/SG Akron OH HSSr.
2. *Detroit Darko Milicic 7-1 253 PF (Serbia-Montenegro) 1985
3. Denver Carmelo Anthony 6-8 220 SF Syracuse Fr.
4. Toronto Pavel Podkolzine 7-4 300 C (Russia) 1985
5. Miami Chris Bosh 6-11 210 PF Georgia Tech Fr.
6. *LA Clippers TJ Ford 5-11 165 PG Texas So.
7. Chicago Dwyane Wade 6-4 200 SG Marquette Jr.
8. *Milwaukee Maciej Lampe 7-0 240 PF (Poland) 1985
9. New York Chris Kaman 7-0 255 C Central Michigan Jr.
10. Washington Jarvis Hayes 6-7 220 SG/SF Georgia Jr.
11. Golden State Kirk Hinrich 6-3 190 PG Kansas Sr.
12. Seattle Mike Sweetney 6-8 260 PF Georgetown Jr.
13. *Memphis Mickaël Pietrus 6-6 200 SG/SF (France) 1982
14. *Seattle Luke Ridnour 6-2 175 PG Oregon Jr.
15. Orlando Reece Gaines 6-6 185 PG/SG Louisville Sr.
16. Boston Leandrinho Barbosa 6-4 190 PG (Brazil) 1982
17. Phoenix Nick Collison 6-9 250 PF Kansas Sr.
18. New Orleans Malick Badiane 6-11 234 PF/C (Senegal) 1984
19. Utah Zarko Cabarkapa 6-11 230 SF/PF (Serbia-Montenegro) 1981
20. *Boston Sofoklis Schortsanitis 6-9 275 PF/C (Greece) 1985
21. *Atlanta Aleksandar Pavlovic 6-7 207 SG/SF (Serbia-Montenegro) 1983
22. New Jersey Boris Diaw 6-9 201 SG/SF (France) 1982
23. Portland Anderson Varejão 6-10 230 PF (Brazil) 1982
24. LA Lakers David West 6-8 232 PF Xavier Sr.
25. *Detroit Carlos Delfino 6-7 191 SG/SF (Argentina) 1982
26. Minnesota Viktor Khryapa 6-9 210 SF (Russia) 1982
27. *Memphis Zaur Pachulia 6-11 260 PF/C (Georgia) 1984
28. San Antonio Josh Howard 6-6 203 SF Wake Forest Sr.
29. Dallas Travis Outlaw 6-9 190 SF Starkville MS HSSr.

30. *New York Jerome Beasley 6-10 241 PF North Dakota Sr.
31. *Cleveland Jameer Nelson 6-0 193 PG St. Joseph's Jr.
32. *LA Lakers Marcus Banks 6-1 200 PG UNLV Sr.
33. *Miami Mario Austin 6-8 265 PF Mississippi St. Jr.
34. LA Clippers Mo Williams 6-2 190 PG Alabama So.
35. *Milwaukee Troy Bell 6-1 183 PG Boston College Sr.
36. Chicago Marcus Moore 6-5 208 PG/SG Washington St. Jr.
37. Atlanta Brian Cook 6-10 240 PF Illinois Sr.
38. Washington Dahntay Jones 6-6 210 SG Duke Sr.
39. New York Zoran Planinic 6-6 180 PG/SG (Croatia) 1982
40. Golden State Theron Smith 6-8 225 SF Ball State *Sr.
41. Seattle James Lang 6-9 316 PF/C Birmingham AL HSSr.
42. *Atlanta Carl English 6-5 178 SG Hawaii Jr.
43. Milwaukee Chris Thomas 6-0 182 PG Notre Dame So.
44. Houston Luke Walton 6-8 245 SF Arizona Sr.
45. *Chicago Rick Rickert 6-11 216 PF Minnesota So.
46. *Denver Kendrick Perkins 6-10 280 PF/C Beaumont, TX HSSr.
47. Utah Travis Hansen 6-6 200 SG BYU Sr.
48. New Orleans Pacellis Morlende 6-2 185 PG (France) 1981
49. Indiana Derrick Zimmerman 6-2 195 PG Mississippi St. Sr.
50. *Philadalphia Josh Powell 6-9 230 PF NC State So.
51. New Jersey Uche Nswondu-Amadi 6-9 246 PF Wyoming Sr.
52. *Toronto Justin Hamilton 6-3 207 PG Florida Sr.
53. *Miami Tommy Smith 6-10 200 SF Arizona State Sr.
54. Portland Matt Carroll 6-6 212 SG Notre Dame Sr.
55. Minnesota Keith Bogans 6-5 213 SG Kentucky Sr.
56. Sacramento Quinton Ross 6-6 195 SG SMU Sr.
57. *Chicago Kirk Penny 6-6 218 SG Wisconsin Sr.
58. *Detroit Erazem Lorbek 6-10 240 PF Michigan State Fr.

signoftimes
06-09-2003, 01:13 PM
Interesting the russian, pavel podkolvin, has moved his way up to the 4th pick.

Both the high school kids, Perkins and Lang are now regulated to the second round.

I've read alot about different players raisning or lowering their stock. I heard alot about Kaman, Lampe, Ridnour, and Pietrus, Interestingly, I haven't heard much about TJ Ford and how he's doing in the camps.

OP- you know anyhting with Ford and how he's looking right now?

Lonely PSU Mavs Fan
06-09-2003, 01:32 PM
I read that Ford could not put up one rep of 185 lbs during the physical tests, but he did measure in at 6-1/2 instead of 5-9 that a lot of people thought.

OutletPass
06-09-2003, 01:35 PM
Ford is VERY solid...around the 5 or 6...and should stay so now that he's been measured at just a bit over 6'...rather than the 5'9' to 5'11' that we've all heard. He won't last past #9 at the very worst.

Miami is very interested...although they're a bit torn on this...they also need a big.

One guy that i expect to fall a bit is Chris Bosh, Dallas Lincoln's homeboy. Not real far...but a bit.

BRIAN27
06-09-2003, 09:50 PM
Thanks OP for the articles! Anybody know why dallas doesn't have a second round pick this year?

mavsfanforever
06-09-2003, 10:21 PM
New projected pick for dallas. Sounds like Bradley for me.

Malick Badiane
POWER FORWARD | (6-11, 225) | SENEGAL

Notes: Badiane played last summer at the adidas ABCD Camp after playing in the Global Games in Dallas for his home country of Senegal.

Positives: Badiane, a native of Senegal, has long arms (7-foot-4 wing span) and a solid NBA body. He already has the shot blocking and rebounding down. He's a big time athlete and has the strength teams look for in a post player.

Negatives: He's very raw, especially on the offensive end of the court. He doesn't really possess much of a post game or a perimeter game. For the first couple of years, he'll basically have to be a defensive stopper.

Summary: Comparisons to Olumide Oyedeji aren't out of the question. But unlike Oyedeji, he's bigger, stronger, more athletic and has decent pro instincts. NBA scouts think he's probably a second-rounder, but don't be surprised if Dallas takes a look at him with the last pick of the first round.