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History of the NBA Draft – Pick Number 11

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Number 11

Year Player School/Country – Team

2017 Malik Monk, Kentucky – Charlotte Hornets
2016 Domantas Sabonis, Gonzaga – Orlando Magic
2015 Myles Turner, Texas – Indiana Pacers
2014 Doug McDermott, Creighton – Chicago Bulls
2013 Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse – Philadelphia 76ers
2012 Meyers Leonard, Illinois – Portland Trail Blazers
2011 Klay Thompson, Washington State – Golden State Warriors
2010 Cole Aldrich, Kansas – New Orleans Hornets (Draft rights traded to OKC Thunder)

2000’s

2009 Terrence Williams, Louisville – New Jersey Nets
2008 Jerryd Bayless, Arizona – Indiana Pacers
2007 Acie Law IV, Texas A&M – Atlanta Hawks
2006 J.J. Redick, Duke – Orlando Magic
2005 Fran Vazquez, Spain – Orlando Magic
2004 Andris Biedrins, BK Skonto Riga (Latvia) – Golden State Warriors
2003 Mickael Pietrus, France – Golden State Warriors
2002 Jared Jeffries, Indiana – Washington Wizards
2001 Kedrick Brown, Okaloosa-Walton CC (Fla.) – Boston Celtics
2000 Jerome Moiso, UCLA – Boston Celtics

1990’s

1999 Trajan Langdon, Duke – Cleveland Cavaliers
1998 Bonzi Wells, Ball State – Detroit Pistons
1997 Olivier Saint-Jean, San Jose State – Sacramento Kings
1996 Todd Fuller, North Carolina State – Golden State Warriors
1995 Gary Trent, Ohio – Milwaukee Bucks (Draft rights traded to Portland Trail Blazers)
1994 Carlos Rogers, Tennessee State – Seattle Supersonics
1993 Allan Houston, Tennessee – Detroit Pistons
1992 Robert Horry, Alabama – Houston Rockets
1991 Terrell Brandon, Oregon – Cleveland Cavaliers
1990 Tyrone Hill, Xavier – Golden State Warriors

1980’s

1989 Nick Anderson, Illinois – Orlando Magic
1988 Will Perdue, Vanderbilt – Chicago Bulls
1987 Reggie Miller, UCLA – Indiana Pacers
1986 John Salley, Georgia Tech – Detroit Pistons
1985 Keith Lee, Memphis State – Chicago Bulls (Draft rights traded to Cleveland Cavaliers)
1984 Kevin Willis, Michigan State – Atlanta Hawks
1983 Derek Harper, Illinois – Dallas Mavericks
1982 Lafayette Lever, Arizona State – Portland Trail Blazers
1981 Frank Johnson, Wake Forest – Washington Bullets
1980 Kiki Vandeweghe, UCLA – Dallas Mavericks

1970’s

1979 Cliff Robinson, USC – New Jersey Nets
1978 James Hardy, San Francisco – New Orleans Jazz
1977 Ernie Grunfeld, Tennessee – Milwaukee Bucks
1976 Bob Wilkerson, Indiana – Seattle Supersonics
1975 Joe Meriweather, Southern Illinois – Houston Rockets
1974 Keith Wilkes, UCLA – Golden State Warriors
1973 Kevin Joyce, South Carolina – Golden State Warriors
1972 Ralph Simpson, Michigan State – Chicago Bulls
1971 Curtis Rowe, UCLA – Detroit Pistons
1970 Jimmy Collins, New Mexico State – Chicago Bulls

1960’s

1969 John Warren, St. John’s – New York Knicks
1968 Bill Hewitt, USC – L.A. Lakers
1967 Mal Graham, New York University – Boston Celtics

2nd Round:
1966 Henry Akin, Morehead State University – New York Knicks
1965 Tom Van Arsdale, Indiana University – Detroit Pistons
1964 Ira Harge, University of New Mexico – Philadelphia 76ers
1963 Gary Hill, Oklahoma City University – San Francisco Warriors
1962 Kevin Loughery, St. John’s University – Detroit Pistons
1961 Bob Wiesenhahn, University of Cincinnati – Cincinnati Royals
1960 Kelly Coleman, Kentucky Wesleyan College – New York Knicks

1950’s

1959 SYR Bumper Tormohlen University of Tennessee – Syracuse Nationals
1958 Barney Cable, Bradley University – Detroit Pistons
1957 Harvey Schmidt, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Minneapolis Lakers
1956 None
1955 Jerry Mullen, University of San Francisco – New York Knicks
1954 Bob Mattick, Oklahoma State University – Milwaukee Hawks
1953 None
1952 None
1951 Bill Gossett, Colorado State University – Tri-Cities Blackhawks
1950 Don Lofgran, University of San Francisco – Syracuse Nationals