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History of the NBA Draft – Sacramento Kings

Sacramento Kings (1st and 2nd Round Draft History)

(Year) Round – Overall Pick – Player – School/Country

(2017) 1st – 5 – De’Aaron Fox – Kentucky
(2017) 1st – 10 – Zach Collins – Gonzaga
(2017) 2nd – 34 – Frank Mason III – Kansas

(2016) 1st – 8 – Marquese Chriss – Washington
(2016) 2nd – 59 – Isaiah Cousins – Oklahoma

(2015) 1st – 6 – Willie Cauley-Stein – Kentucky

(2014) 1st – 8 – Nik Stauskas – Michigan

(2013) 1st – 7 – Ben McLemore – Kansas
(2013) 2nd – 36 – Ray McCallum – Detroit

(2012) 1st – 5 – Thomas Robinson – Kansas
(2012) 2nd – 36 – Orlando Johnson – UC Santa Barbara (Draft rights traded to Indiana Pacers)

(2011) 1st – 7 – Bismack Biyombo – Congo
(2011) 2nd – 35 – Tyler Honeycutt – University of California, Los Angeles
(2011) 2nd – 60 – Isaiah Thomas – University of Washington

(2010) 1st – 5 – DeMarcus Cousins – University of Kentucky
(2010) 2nd – 33 – Hassan Whiteside – Marshall University

2000’s

(2009) 1st – 4 – Tyreke Evans – University of Memphis
(2009) 1st – 23 – Omri Casspi – Israel
(2009) 2nd – 31 – Jeff Pendergraph – Arizona State University

(2008) 1st – 12 – Jason Thompson – Rider University
(2008) 2nd – 42 – Sean Singletary – University of Virginia
(2008) 2nd – 43 – Patrick Ewing – Georgetown University

(2007) 1st – 10 – Spencer Hawes – University of Washington

(2006) 1st – 19 – Quincy Douby – Rutgers University

(2005) 1st – 23 – Francisco Garcia – University of Louisville

(2004) 1st – 26 – Kevin Martin – Western Carolina University
(2004) 2nd – 48 – Ricky Minard – Morehead State University

(2003) None

(2002) 1st – 28 – Dan Dickau – Gonzaga University
(2002) 2nd – 58 – Corsley Edwards – Central Connecticut State University

(2001) 1st – 25 – Gerald Wallace – University of Alabama
(2001) 2nd – 54 – Maurice Jeffers – Saint Louis University

(2000) 1st – 16 – Hedo Turkoglu – Turkey
(2000) 2nd – 45 – Jabari Smith – Louisiana State University

1990’s

(1999) 2nd – 45 – Ryan Robertson – University of Kansas

(1998) 1st – 7 – Jason Williams – University of Florida
(1998) 2nd – 36 – Jerome James – Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

(1997) 1st – 11 – Tariq Abdul-Wahad – San Jose State University
(1997) 2nd – 39 – Anthony Johnson – College of Charleston

(1996) 1st – 14 – Peja Stojakovic – Croatia
(1996) 2nd – 41 – Jason Sasser – Texas Tech University

(1995) 1st – 13 – Corliss Williamson – University of Arkansas
(1995) 2nd – 47 – Tyus Edney – University of California, Los Angeles
(1995) 2nd – 51 – Dejan Bodiroga – Serbia

(1994) 1st – 8 – Brian Grant – Xavier University
(1994) 2nd – 35 – Michael Smith – Providence College
(1994) 2nd – 51 – Lawrence Funderburke – Ohio State University

(1993) 1st – 7 – Bobby Hurley – Duke University
(1993) 2nd – 31 – Evers Burns – University of Maryland
(1993) 2nd – 44 – Alex Holcombe – Baylor University
(1993) 2nd – 52 – Mike Peplowski – Michigan State University

(1992) 1st – 7 – Walt Williams – University of Maryland
(1992) 2nd – 54 – Brett Roberts – Morehead State University

(1991) 1st – 3 – Billy Owens – Syracuse University
(1991) 1st – 27 – Pete Chilcutt – University of North Carolina
(1991) 2nd – 31 – Randy Brown – New Mexico State University
(1991) 2nd – 42 – Steve Hood – James Madison University

(1990) 1st – 7 – Lionel Simmons – La Salle University
(1990) 1st – 14 – Travis Mays – University of Texas at Austin
(1990) 1st – 18 – Duane Causwell – Temple University
(1990) 1st – 23 – Anthony Bonner – Saint Louis University
(1990) 2nd – 40 – Bimbo Coles – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

1980’s

(1989) 1st – 1 – Pervis Ellison – University of Louisville

(1988) 1st – 18 – Ricky Berry – San Jose State University
(1988) 2nd – 29 – Vinny Del Negro – North Carolina State University

(1987) 1st – 6 – Kenny Smith – University of North Carolina

(1986) 1st – 17 – Harold Pressley – Villanova University
(1986) 2nd – 34 – Johnny Rogers – University of California, Irvine

*As Kansas City Kings*

(1985) 1st – 6 – Joe Kleine – University of Arkansas

(1984) 1st – 9 – Otis Thorpe – Providence College

(1983) 1st – 13 – Ennis Whatley – University of Alabama
(1983) 2nd – 38 – Chris McNealy – San Jose State University

(1982) 1st – 5 – LaSalle Thompson – University of Texas at Austin
(1982) 1st – 17 – Brook Steppe – Georgia Institute of Technology

(1981) 1st – 7 – Steve Johnson – Oregon State University
(1981) 1st – 17 – Kevin Loder – Alabama State University

(1980) 1st – 16 – Hawkeye Whitney – North Carolina State University

1970’s

(1979) 1st – 18 – Reggie King – University of Alabama

(1978) 1st – 2 – Phil Ford – University of North Carolina

(1977) 1st – 2 – Otis Birdsong – University of Houston
(1977) 2nd – 31 – Eddie Owens – University of Nevada, Las Vegas

(1976) 1st – 3 – Richard Washington – University of California, Los Angeles

*As Kansas City-Omaha Kings*

(1975) 1st – 10 – Bill Robinzine – DePaul University
(1975) 1st – 13 – Bob Bigelow – University of Pennsylvania
(1975) 2nd – 31 – Glenn Hansen – Louisiana State University

(1974) 1st – 6 – Scott Wedman – University of Colorado
(1974) 2nd – 24 – Len Kosmalski – University of Tennessee

(1973) 1st – 7 – Ron Behagen – University of Minnesota
(1973) 2nd – 20 – Mike D’Antoni – Marshall University
(1973) 2nd – 25 – Larry McNeill – Marquette University

*As Cincinnati Royals*

(1972) 2nd – 19 – Sam Sibert – Kentucky State University
(1972) 2nd – 28 – Mike Ratliff – University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

(1971) 1st – 4 – Ken Durrett – La Salle University
(1971) 2nd – 21 – John Mengelt – Auburn University
(1971) 2nd – 31 – Joe Bergman – Creighton University

(1970) 1st – 5 – Sam Lacey – New Mexico State University
(1970) 2nd – 19 – Tiny Archibald – University of Texas at El Paso
(1970) 2nd – 22 – Doug Cook – Davidson College

1960’s

(1969) 1st – 8 – Herm Gilliam – Purdue University

(1968) 1st – 5 – Zaid Abdul-Aziz – Iowa State University

(1967) 1st – 9 – Mel Daniels – University of New Mexico

(1966) 1st – 6 – Walt Wesley – University of Kansas
(1966) 2nd – 16 – Jerry Lee Wells – Oklahoma City University

(1965) 1st – 7 – Nate Bowman – Wichita State University
(1965) 2nd – 15 – Flynn Robinson – University of Wyoming

(1964) 2nd – 15 – Bill Chmielewski – University of Dayton

(1963) None

(1962) 2nd – 13 – Bud Olsen – University of Louisville

(1961) 1st – 3 – Larry Siegfried – Ohio State University
(1961) 2nd – 11 – Bob Wiesenhahn – University of Cincinnati

(1960) 1st – 1 – Oscar Robertson – University of Cincinnati
(1960) 2nd – 9 – Jay Arnette – University of Texas at Austin

1950’s

(1959) 1st – 1 – Bob Boozer – Kansas State University

(1958) 1st – 2 – Archie Dees – Indiana University
(1958) 2nd – 9 – Vern Hatton – University of Kentucky

*As Rochester Royals*

(1957) 1st – 1 – Hot Rod Hundley – West Virginia University
(1957) 2nd – 9 – Dick Duckett – St. John’s University

(1956) 1st – 1 – Si Green – Duquesne University

(1955) 1st – 2 – Maurice Stokes – Saint Francis University
(1955) 2nd – 8 – Jack Twyman – University of Cincinnati

(1954) 1st – 7 – Tom Marshall – Western Kentucky University
(1954) 2nd – 16 – Boris Nachamkin – New York University

(1953) 1st – 4 – Richie Regan – Seton Hall University

(1952) 1st – 8 – Chuck Darling – University of Iowa

(1951) 1st – 8 – Sam Ranzino – North Carolina State University
(1951) 2nd – 17 – Ray Ragelis – Northwestern University

(1950) 1st – 9 – Joe McNamee – University of San Francisco
(1950) 2nd – 22 – George Stanich – University of California, Los Angeles

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