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2008 NBA Draft
General information
Date(s) June 26, 2008
Time 7:30 pm (EDT)
Location Madison Square Garden
in New York City, New York
Network(s) (US) ESPN
First selection Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls
NBA draft
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The 2008 NBA Draft was held on June 26, 2008 at the Washington Mutual Theatre at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. In this draft, National Basketball Association (NBA) teams took turns selecting amateur college basketball players and other first-time eligible players, including international players from non-North American professional leagues. According to the NBA, 44 players, 39 collegiate players and five international players, filed as early-entry candidates for the 2008 NBA Draft.[1] These numbers do not include players who are automatically eligible for the draft. The Chicago Bulls, who had a 1.7 percent probability of obtaining the first selection, won the NBA Draft Lottery on May 22.[2][3] The Bulls' winning of the lottery was the second-largest upset in NBA Draft Lottery history behind the Orlando Magic, who won it in 1993 with just a 1.5% chance.[4] The Miami Heat and the Minnesota Timberwolves obtained the second and third picks respectively.[3]

For the first time in draft history the first three draft picks were all freshmen.[5] The Chicago Bulls used the first overall pick to draft Chicago native Derrick Rose from the University of Memphis, who later went on to win the NBA Rookie of the Year Award, making him the first player to be drafted first overall and to win Rookie of the Year since LeBron James in 2003.[6] The Miami Heat used the second pick to draft Michael Beasley from Kansas State University, and the Minnesota Timberwolves used the third pick to draft O. J. Mayo from University of Southern California.[5] With five players taken in the draft, the University of Kansas tied University of Connecticut (2006) and University of Florida (2007) for the record with the most players selected in the first two rounds of an NBA draft.[5] Another record was set when twelve freshmen were drafted, ten of whom were drafted in the first round.[7] Of the players drafted, 29 are forwards, 19 are guards, and 12 are centers.

The 2008 NBA Draft was the final time that the Seattle SuperSonics made an NBA Draft appearance, as well as the final time that the Sonics appeared in official media publications. In early July, the franchise relocated to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and was renamed to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder made its first NBA Draft appearance in 2009.[8] This draft also marked the first time that an NBA D-League player was drafted.[9]

Eligibility[edit]

Draft Lottery[edit]

Further information: NBA Draft Lottery

The first 14 picks in the draft belonged to teams that had missed the playoffs; the order was determined through a lottery. The lottery determined the three teams that would obtain the first three picks on the draft. The remaining first-round picks and the second-round picks were assigned to teams in reverse order of their win-loss record in the previous season. As it is commonplace in the event of identical win-loss records, the NBA performed a random drawing to break the ties on April 18, 2008.[10]

The lottery was held on May 20, 2008, in Secaucus, New Jersey.[10] The Chicago Bulls, who had the ninth-worst record, won the lottery with just a 1.7% chance to win. The Miami Heat and Minnesota Timberwolves, with the worst and third-worst records, respectively, won the second and third picks.

Below were the chances for each team to get specific picks in the 2008 draft lottery, rounded to three decimal places:[11][12]

^ Denotes the actual lottery results
Team 2007–08
record
Lottery
chances
Pick
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th
Miami Heat 15–67 250 .250 .215^ .177 .358
Seattle SuperSonics 20–62 199 .199 .188 .171 .319^ .124
Minnesota Timberwolves 22–60 138 .138 .142 .145^ .238 .290 .045
Memphis Grizzlies 22–60 137 .137 .142 .145 .085 .323^ .156 .013
New York Knicks 23–59 76 .076 .084 .095 .262 .385^ .093 .004
Los Angeles Clippers 23–59 75 .075 .083 .094 .414 .294^ .039 .001
Milwaukee Bucks 26–56 43 .043 .049 .058 .600 .232^ .018 .000
Charlotte Bobcats 32–50 28 .028 .033 .039 .725 .168^ .006 .000
Chicago Bulls 33–49 17 .017^ .020 .024 .813 .122 .004 .000
New Jersey Nets 34–48 11 .011 .013 .016 .870^ .089 .002 .000
Indiana Pacers 36–46 8 .008 .009 .012 .908^ .063 .001 .000
Sacramento Kings 38–44 7 .007 .008 .010 .935^ .039 .000
Portland Trail Blazers 41–41 6 .006 .007 .009 .960^ .018
Golden State Warriors 48–34 5 .005 .006 .007 .982^

Draft[edit]

PG Point guard SG Shooting guard SF Small forward PF Power forward C Center
^ Denotes player who has been inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
* Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-Star Game and All-NBA Team
+ Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-Star Game
x Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-NBA Team
# Denotes player who never played in the NBA regular season and playoffs
Derrick Rose was selected first overall by the Chicago Bulls.
Michael Beasley was selected second by the Miami Heat.
O.J. Mayo was selected third by the Minnesota Timberwolves and traded to the Memphis Grizzlies.
Russell Westbrook was selected fourth by the Seattle SuperSonics.
Kevin Love was selected fifth by the Memphis Grizzlies and traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Danilo Gallinari was selected sixth by the New York Knicks.
Eric Gordon was selected seventh by the Los Angeles Clippers.
Brook Lopez was selected tenth by the New Jersey Nets.
Roy Hibbert was selected 17th by the Toronto Raptors and traded to the Indiana Pacers.
JaVale McGee was selected 18th by the Washington Wizards.
Serge Ibaka was selected 24th by the Seattle SuperSonics.
Nicolas Batum was selected 25th by the Houston Rockets and traded to the Portland Trail Blazers.
George Hill was selected 26th by the San Antonio Spurs.
Nikola Peković was selected 31st by the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Mario Chalmers was selected 34th by the Minnesota Timberwolves and traded to the Miami Heat.
Ömer Aşık was selected 36th by the Portland Trail Blazers and traded to the Chicago Bulls.
Goran Dragić was selected 45th by the San Antonio Spurs and traded to the Phoenix Suns.
Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team School/club team
1 1 Rose, DerrickDerrick Rose* PG  United States Chicago Bulls Memphis (Fr.)
1 2 Beasley, MichaelMichael Beasley SF  United States Miami Heat Kansas State (Fr.)
1 3 Mayo, O. J.O. J. Mayo SG  United States Minnesota Timberwolves (traded to Memphis)[a] USC (Fr.)
1 4 Westbrook, RussellRussell Westbrook* PG  United States Seattle SuperSonicsa[›] UCLA (So.)
1 5 Love, KevinKevin Love* PF  United States Memphis Grizzlies (traded to Minnesota) UCLA (Fr.)
1 6 Gallinari, DaniloDanilo Gallinari SF  Italy New York Knicks Olimpia Milano (Italy) 1988
1 7 Gordon, EricEric Gordon SG  United States Los Angeles Clippers Indiana (Fr.)
1 8 Alexander, JoeJoe Alexander SF  United States Milwaukee Bucks West Virginia (Jr.)
1 9 Augustin, D. J.D. J. Augustin PG  United States Charlotte Bobcats Texas (So.)
1 10 Lopez, BrookBrook Lopez+ C  United States New Jersey Nets Stanford (So.)
1 11 Bayless, JerrydJerryd Bayless PG  United States Indiana Pacers (traded to Portland)[b] Arizona (Fr.)
1 12 Thompson, JasonJason Thompson PF  United States Sacramento Kings Rider (Sr.)
1 13 Rush, BrandonBrandon Rush SG  United States Portland Trail Blazers (traded to Indiana)[b] Kansas (Jr.)
1 14 Randolph, AnthonyAnthony Randolph PF  United Statesb[›] Golden State Warriors LSU (Fr.)
1 15 Lopez, RobinRobin Lopez C  United States Phoenix Suns (from Atlanta)[n] Stanford (So.)
1 16 Speights, MarreeseMarreese Speights PF  United States Philadelphia 76ers Florida (So.)
1 17 Hibbert, RoyRoy Hibbert+ C  United Statesc[›]
 Jamaica
Toronto Raptors (traded to Indiana)[c] Georgetown (Sr.)
1 18 McGee, JaValeJaVale McGee C  United States Washington Wizards Nevada (So.)
1 19 Hickson, J. J.J. J. Hickson PF  United States Cleveland Cavaliers NC State (Fr.)
1 20 Ajinça, AlexisAlexis Ajinça C  France Charlotte Bobcats (from Denver)[o] Hyères-Toulon (France) 1988
1 21 Anderson, RyanRyan Anderson PF  United States New Jersey Nets (from Dallas)[p] California (So.)
1 22 Lee, CourtneyCourtney Lee SG  United States Orlando Magic Western Kentucky (Sr.)
1 23 Koufos, KostaKosta Koufos C  Greeced[›] Utah Jazz Ohio State (Fr.)
1 24 Ibaka, SergeSerge Ibaka PF  Congoe[›] Seattle SuperSonicsa[›] (from Phoenix)[q] L'Hospitalet (Spain) 1989
1 25 Batum, NicolasNicolas Batum SF  France Houston Rockets (traded to Portland)[d] Le Mans (France) 1988
1 26 Hill, GeorgeGeorge Hill PG  United States San Antonio Spurs IUPUI (Jr.)
1 27 Arthur, DarrellDarrell Arthur PF  United States New Orleans Hornets (traded to Memphis via Portland)[d][e] Kansas (So.)
1 28 Greene, DontéDonté Greene SF  United Statese[›] Memphis Grizzlies (from LA Lakers[r], traded to Houston)[d] Syracuse (Fr.)
1 29 White, D. J.D. J. White PF  United States Detroit Pistons (traded to Seattle)a[›][f] Indiana (Sr.)
1 30 Giddens, J. R.J. R. Giddens SG  United States Boston Celtics New Mexico (Sr.)
2 31 Peković, NikolaNikola Peković C  Montenegro Minnesota Timberwolves (from Miami via Boston)[s] Panathinaikos (Greece) 1986
2 32 Sharpe, WalterWalter Sharpe PF  United States Seattle SuperSonicsa[›] (traded to Detroit)[f] UAB (Jr.)
2 33 Dorsey, JoeyJoey Dorsey PF  United States Portland Trail Blazers (from Memphis[t], traded to Houston)[d] Memphis (Sr.)
2 34 Chalmers, MarioMario Chalmers PG  United States Minnesota Timberwolves (traded to Miami)[g] Kansas (Jr.)
2 35 Jordan, DeAndreDeAndre Jordan C  United States Los Angeles Clippers Texas A&M (Fr.)
2 36 Aşık, ÖmerÖmer Aşık C  Turkey Portland Trail Blazers (from New York[u], traded to Chicago)[h] Fenerbahçe Ülker (Turkey) 1986
2 37 Mbah a Moute, LucLuc Mbah a Moute SF  Cameroon Milwaukee Bucks UCLA (Jr.)
2 38 Weaver, KyleKyle Weaver SG  United States Charlotte Bobcats Washington State (Sr.)
2 39 Weems, SonnySonny Weems SG  United States Chicago Bulls (traded to Denver)[h] Arkansas (Sr.)
2 40 Douglas-Roberts, ChrisChris Douglas-Roberts SG  United States New Jersey Nets Memphis (Jr.)
2 41 Jawai, NathanNathan Jawai PF  Australia Indiana Pacers (traded to Toronto)[c] Cairns Taipans (Australia) 1986
2 42 Singletary, SeanSean Singletary PG  United States Sacramento Kings (from Atlanta)[v] Virginia (Sr.)
2 43 Ewing, Jr., PatrickPatrick Ewing, Jr. SF  United States Sacramento Kings Georgetown (Sr.)
2 44 Tomić, AnteAnte Tomić# C  Croatia Utah Jazz (from Philadelphia)[w] KK Zagreb (Croatia) 1987
2 45 Dragić, GoranGoran Dragićx PG  Slovenia San Antonio Spurs (from Toronto[x], traded to Phoenix)[i] Union Olimpija (Slovenia) 1986
2 46 Plaisted, TrentTrent Plaisted# PF  United States Seattle SuperSonicsa[›] (from Portland via Boston[y], traded to Detroit)[f] BYU (Jr.)
2 47 Walker, BillBill Walker SG  United States Washington Wizards (traded to Boston)[j] Kansas State (So.)
2 48 Hairston, MalikMalik Hairston SG  United States Phoenix Suns (from Cleveland[z], traded to San Antonio)[i] Oregon (Sr.)
2 49 Hendrix, RichardRichard Hendrix# PF  United States Golden State Warriors Alabama (Jr.)
2 50 Hardin, DeVonDeVon Hardin# C  United States Seattle SuperSonicsa[›] (from Denver)[aa] California (Sr.)
2 51 Foster, ShanShan Foster# SG  United States Dallas Mavericks Vanderbilt (Sr.)
2 52 Jackson, DarnellDarnell Jackson PF  United States Miami Heat (from Orlando[ab], traded to Cleveland)[k] Kansas (Sr.)
2 53 Dragićević, TadijaTadija Dragićević# PF  Serbia Utah Jazz Red Star Belgrade (Serbia) 1986
2 54 Leunen, MaartyMaarty Leunen# PF  United States Houston Rockets[ac] Oregon (Sr.)
2 55 Taylor, MikeMike Taylor PG  United States Portland Trail Blazers (from Phoenix via Indiana[ad], traded to LA Clippers)[l] Idaho Stampede (D-League) 1986
2 56 Kaun, SashaSasha Kaun# C  Russia Seattle SuperSonicsa[›] (from New Orleans via Houston[ae], traded to Cleveland)[m] Kansas (Sr.)
2 57 Gist, JamesJames Gist# PF  United Statesg[›] San Antonio Spurs Maryland (Sr.)
2 58 Crawford, JoeJoe Crawford SG  United States Los Angeles Lakers Kentucky (Sr.)
2 59 Washington, DeronDeron Washington# SF  United States Detroit Pistons Virginia Tech (Sr.)
2 60 Erden, SemihSemih Erden C  Turkey Boston Celtics Fenerbahçe Ülker (Turkey) 1986

^ a: The franchise relocated to become Oklahoma City Thunder in July 2008.[8]
^ b: Anthony Randolph was born in West Germany to American parents and was raised in the United States.[13]
^ c: Roy Hibbert was born in the United States to a Jamaican father and a Trinidadian mother. He had represented United States internationally at youth level in 2007.[14] Since 2010, he has represented Jamaica internationally.[15]
^ d: Kosta Koufos was born and raised in the United States to Greek parents. He has represented Greece internationally.[16]
^ e: Serge Ibaka, who was born in Congo, became a naturalized citizen of Spain in 2011.[17] He has represented Spain internationally since 2011.[18]
^ f: Donté Greene was born in West Germany to American parents. He has represented United States internationally at youth level.[19]
^ g: James Gist was born in Turkey to American parents.[20]

Trades involving draft picks[edit]

Draft-day trades[edit]

The following trades involving drafted players were made on the day of the draft.

  • d 1 2 3 4 In a three-team trade, Portland acquired the draft rights to 25th pick Nicolas Batum from Houston, Houston acquired the draft rights to 33rd pick Joey Dorsey from Portland and the draft rights to 28th pick Donté Greene and a 2009 second-round draft pick from Memphis, and Memphis acquired the draft rights to 27th pick Darrell Arthur from Portland.[21]
  • g Miami acquired the draft rights to 34th pick Mario Chalmers from Minnesota in exchange for two future second-round draft picks and cash considerations.[21]
  • h 1 2 In a three-team trade, Chicago acquired the draft rights to 36th pick Ömer Aşık from Portland, the Trail Blazers acquired a second-round draft pick in 2009 from Denver and two future second-round draft picks from Chicago, and Denver acquired the draft rights to 39th pick Sonny Weems from Chicago.[21]
  • k Cleveland acquired the draft rights to 52nd pick Darnell Jackson from Miami in exchange for 2009 second-round draft pick.[21]
  • m Cleveland acquired the draft rights to 56th pick Sasha Kaun from Seattle in exchange for cash considerations.[24]

Pre-draft trades[edit]

Prior to the day of the draft, the following trades were made and resulted in exchanges of draft picks between the teams.

  • o On June 25, 2008, Charlotte acquired the 20th draft pick from Denver in exchange for a future conditional first-round draft pick.[26] Charlotte used the pick to draft Alexis Ajinça.
  • q On July 20, 2007, Seattle acquired 2008 and 2010 first-round draft picks and Kurt Thomas from Phoenix in exchange for a 2009 second-round draft pick.[28] Seattle used the pick to draft Serge Ibaka.
  • t On June 28, 2006, Portland acquired a 2008 second-round draft pick from Memphis in exchange for the draft rights to Alexander Johnson.[32] Portland used the pick to draft Joey Dorsey.
  • ac On February 21, 2008, Houston re-acquired their 2008 second-round draft pick along with Bobby Jackson and Adam Haluska from New Orleans in a three-team trade.[42] Previously, Houston and New Orleans agreed to exchange second-round draft picks in a trade that sent Kirk Snyder to Houston on July 14, 2006.[43] Houston used the pick to draft Maarty Leunen.
  • ad On June 28, 2006, Portland acquired Indiana's 2007 and Phoenix's 2008 second-round draft picks and the draft rights to Alexander Johnson from Indiana in exchange for the draft rights to James White.[44] Previously, Indiana acquired a 2008 second-round draft pick on August 25, 2005 from Phoenix in exchange for James Jones.[45] Portland used the pick to draft Mike Taylor.
  • ae On June 28, 2007, Seattle acquired New Orleans' 2008 second-round draft pick and cash considerations from Houston in exchange for the draft rights to Carl Landry.[37] Previously, Houston and New Orleans agreed to exchange second-round draft picks in a trade that sent Kirk Snyder to Houston on July 14, 2006.[43] Seattle used the pick to draft Sasha Kaun.

Notable undrafted players[edit]

These players were not selected in the 2008 NBA Draft but have played in the NBA.

Player Position Nationality School/club team
Forbes, GaryGary Forbes SF  United States UMass (Sr.)
Mozgov, TimofeyTimofey Mozgov C  Russia Khimki Moscow (Russia)
Roberts, BrianBrian Roberts PG  United States Dayton (Sr.)
Gaines, SundiataSundiata Gaines PG  United States Georgia (Sr.)
Gladness, MickellMickell Gladness C  United States Alabama A&M (Sr.)
Hill, StevenSteven Hill PF  United States Arkansas (Sr.)
Hunter, OthelloOthello Hunter F  United States Ohio State (Sr.)
Jeffers, OthyusOthyus Jeffers SG  United States Robert Morris (IL) (Sr.)
Kurz, RobRob Kurz SF  United States Notre Dame (Sr.)
Morrow, AnthonyAnthony Morrow SG  United States Georgia Tech (Sr.)
Nelson, DeMarcusDeMarcus Nelson PG  United States Duke (Sr.)
Stiemsma, GregGreg Stiemsma C  United States Wisconsin (Sr.)
Williams, ReggieReggie Williams SF  United States VMI (Sr.)

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