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1(1) Houston Yao Ming 7-5 C China

2(2) Chicago Jay Williams 6-2 Jr PG Duke

3(3) Golden State Mike Dunleavy Jr. 6-9 Jr SF Duke

4(4) Memphis Drew Gooden 6-10 Jr PF Kansas

5(5) Denver Nikoloz Tskitishvili 6-11 PF Georgia

6(6) Cleveland Dajuan Wagner 6-3 Fr PG Memphis

7(7) Denver (from New York [and Marcus Camby, Mark Jackson]
for Antonio McDyess, the No. 25 pick and a 2003 second-round pick) Maybyner Hilario 6-9 PF Brazil

8(8) LA Clippers (from Atlanta) Chris Wilcox 6-10 So PF Maryland

9(9) Phoenix Amare Stoudemire 6-9 PF Cypress Creek (fla.) HS

10(10) Miami Caron Butler 6-7 So SF Connecticut

11(11) Washington Jared Jeffries 6-10 So SF Indiana

12(12) LA Clippers Melvin Ely 6-10 Sr PF Fresno St

13(13) Milwaukee Marcus Haislip 6-10 Jr PF Tennessee

14(14) Indiana Frederick Jones 6-4 Sr SG Oregon

15(15) Houston (from Toronto) Bostjan Nachbar 6-8 SF Slovenia

16(16) Golden State (from Philadelphia for a future first-round pick and a future first- or second-round pick) Jiri Welsch 6-6 SG Czech Republic

17(17) Washington (from New Orleans) Juan Dixon 6-3 Sr PG Maryland

18(18) Utah (from Orlando for No. 19 and No. 47) Curtis Borchardt 7-0 Jr C Stanford

19(19) Orlando (from Utah [and No. 47] for No. 18) Ryan Humphrey 6-8 Sr PF Notre Dame

20(20) LA Lakers (from Toronto [and Tracy Murray] for No. 27 and Lindsey Hunter) Kareem Rush 6-6 Jr SG Missouri

21(21) Portland Qyntel Woods 6-9 SF Northeast Mississippi Jc

22(22) Phoenix (from Boston) Casey Jacobsen 6-6 Jr SG Stanford

23(23) Detroit Tayshaun Prince 6-9 Sr SF Kentucky

24(24) New Jersey Nenad Krstic 7-0 C Yugoslavia

25(25) New York (from Denver [and Antonio McDyess and a 2003
second-round pick] for No. 7 pick, Marcus Camby and Mark
Jackson; from Dallas) Frank Williams 6-3 Jr PG Illinois

26(26) Philadelphia (from San Antonio [and No. 57 and Mark Bryant] for Speedy Claxton) John Salmons 6-7 Sr SG Miami Fla

27(27) Toronto (from Lakers [and Lindsey Hunter] for No. 20 and Tracy Murray) Chris Jefferies 6-8 Jr SF Fresno St

28(28) Atlanta (from Sacramento for a future first-round pick) Dan Dickau 6-0 Sr PG Gonzaga

1(30) Golden State Steve Logan 6-1 Sr PG Cincinnati

2(31) Chicago Roger Mason Jr. 6-5 Jr SG Virginia

3(32) Memphis Robert Archibald 6-11 Sr C Illinois

4(33) Denver Vincent Yarbrough 6-7 Sr SF Tennessee

5(34) Milwaukee (from Houston) Dan Gadzuric 6-11 Sr C UCLA

6(35) Cleveland Carlos Boozer 6-9 Jr PF Duke

7(36) New York Milos Vujanic 6-2 PG Yugoslavia

8(37) Atlanta David Andersen 6-10 PF Australia

9(38) Houston (from Miami) Tito Maddox 6-4 So PG Fresno St

10(39) Washington (from Phoenix via Denver) Rod Grizzard 6-8 Jr SG Alabama

11(40) Washington Juan Navarro 6-4 PG Spain

12(41) Orlando (from Clippers for past considerations) Mario Kasun 7-0 C Croatia

13(42) Milwaukee Ronald Murray 6-4 PG Shaw

14(43) Portland (from Toronto via Chicago) Jason Jennings 7-0 Sr C Arkansas St

15(44) Chicago (from Indiana) Lonny Baxter 6-8 Sr PF Maryland

16(45) Philadelphia Sam Clancy 6-7 Sr PF USC

17(46) Cleveland (from Memphis [and Nick Anderson] for Wesley Person) Matt Barnes 6-7 Sr SF UCLA

18(47) Milwaukee (from Orlando for Rashard Griffith [currently in Italy]) Jamal Sampson 6-11 Fr C California

19(48) Memphis (from Milwaukee for 2003 second-round pick) Chris Owens 6-8 Sr PF Texas

20(49) Seattle Peter Fehse 6-11 PF Germany

21(50) Boston Darius Songaila 6-9 Sr PF Wake Forest

22(51) Portland Federico Kammerichs 6-9 PF Argentina

23(52) Minnesota Marcus Taylor 6-3 So PG Michigan St

24(53) Miami (from Houston) Rasual Butler 6-7 Sr SF La Salle

25(54) New Jersey Tamar Slay 6-9 Sr SF Marshall

26(55) Dallas Mladen Sekularac 6-8 SG Yugoslavia

27(56) San Antonio (from LA Lakers) Luis Scola 6-10 PF Argentina

28(57) Philadelphia (from San Antonio [and No. 26 pick and Mark Bryant] for Speedy Claxton) Randy Holcomb 6-9 Sr SF San Diego St

29(58) Sacramento Corsley Edwards 6-9 Sr PF Central Conn

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Here is some interesting reading. I know its Chad Ford. But, its still positive reading.

Chicago Bulls
Round 1: Jay Williams, 6-2, PG, Duke (No. 2)
Round 2: Roger Mason Jr., 6-5, SG, Virginia (No. 31)
Round 2: Lonny Baxter, 6-8, PF, Maryland (No. 44)
Jay Williams is the best player in the draft right now. Tough to knock Chicago there. Williams will quickly become the leader of this young team. Tyson Chandler and Eddy Curry will benefit from his ability to run the break and penetrate and dish. With his poise and court savvy, I'd expect him to add 10 wins to the Bulls next season. Mason is a steal in the second round, but where does he fit behind Williams, Jalen Rose and Jamal Crawford? That could be evidence that Crawford is soon to be traded. Lonny Baxter will provide backup beef for Chandler and Curry.
<b>Grade: A</b>

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