History of the NBA Draft – Pick Number 53

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Number 53

Year Player School/Country – Team

2019 Justin Wright-Foreman, Hofstra – Utah Jazz
2018 Devon Hall, Virginia – Oklahoma City Thunder
2017 Kadeem Allen, Arizona – Boston Celtics
2016 Petr Cornelie, France – Denver Nuggets
2015 Sir’Dominic Pointer, St. John’s – Cleveland Cavaliers
2014 Alessandro Gentile, Italy – Minnesota Timberwolves
2013 Colton Iverson, Colorado State – Indiana Pacers
2012 Furkan Aldemir, Turkey – LA Clippers
2011 DeAndre Liggins, University of Kentucky – Orlando Magic
2010 Pape Sy, France – Atlanta Hawks


2009 Nando De Colo, France – San Antonio Spurs
2008 Tadija Dragicevi, Serbia – Utah Jazz
2007 Demetris Nichols, Syracuse University – Portland Trail Blazers
2006 Yotam Halperin, Israel – Seattle Supersonics
2005 Orien Greene, University of Louisiana at Lafayette – Boston Celtics
2004 Matt Freije, Vanderbilt University – Miami HEAT
2003 Tommy Smith, Arizona State University – Chicago Bulls
2002 Rasual Butler, La Salle University – Miami HEAT
2001 Kenny Satterfield, University of Cincinnati – Dallas Mavericks
2000 Dan McClintock, Northern Arizona University – Denver Nuggets


1999 Rodney Buford, Creighton University – Miami HEAT
1998 Greg Buckner, Clemson University – Dallas Mavericks
1997 Paul Rogers, Gonzaga University – L.A. Lakers
1996 Jeff Nordgaard, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay – Milwaukee Bucks
1995 Constantin Popa, University of Miami – L.A. Clippers
1994 Albert Burditt, University of Texas at Austin – Houston Rockets
1993 Leonard White, Southern University and A&M College – L.A. Clippers
1992 Curtis Blair, University of Richmond – Houston Rockets
1991 Von McDade, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – New Jersey Nets
1990 Abdul Shamsid-Deen, Providence College – Seattle Supersonics


1989 Jeff Hodge, University of South Alabama – Dallas Mavericks

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