Portland Trail Blazers draft history

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Greg Oden was picked first by the Trail Blazers in the 2007 NBA Draft, but hasn't played a full season yet due to injuries.

The Portland Trail Blazers are an American professional basketball team based in Portland, Oregon. They play in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The franchise was founded in the 1970–71 NBA season.

The Trail Blazers first participated in the NBA Draft on March 23, 1970, before their inaugural NBA season. Before each draft, an NBA draft lottery determines the first round selection order for the teams that missed the playoffs during the prior season.[1] Teams can also trade their picks, which means that teams may have more or less than two picks in some drafts, although they must have at least one first-round pick every other year.[2]

The first pick in the Trail Blazers' history was Geoff Petrie, a guard from Princeton University.

Key[edit]

Abbreviation Meaning
PG Point guard
SG Shooting guard
SF Small forward
PF Power forward
C Center
* Hall of Fame player

Selections[edit]

Draft Round Pick Player Nat Pos College/High School/Club
1970 1 8 Petrie, GeoffGeoff Petrie  United States G Princeton
1970 2 25 Gilmore, WaltWalt Gilmore  United States F Fort Valley State
1970 5 76 Knight, RonRon Knight  United States F Cal State Los Angeles
1970 7 110 English, ClaudeClaude English  United States F Rhode Island
1971 1 2 Wicks, SidneySidney Wicks  United States F/C UCLA
1971 2 25 Yelverton, CharlieCharlie Yelverton (from San Francisco)[a]  United States G/F Fordham
1971 2 27 Fisher, RickRick Fisher (from Baltimore)[b]  United States F Colorado State
1971 3 37 Steele, LarryLarry Steele  United States G/F Kentucky
1971 3 42 Smith, WilliamWilliam Smith (from San Francisco)[a]  United States C Syracuse
1971 9 139 Kennedy, GooGoo Kennedy  United States F/C Texas Christian
1972 1 1 Martin, LaRueLaRue Martin  United States C Loyola (Chicago)
1972 2 14 Davis, BobBob Davis  United States F Weber State
1972 2 26 Twardzik, DaveDave Twardzik (from Golden State)[d]  United States G Old Dominion
1972 2 30 Johnson, OllieOllie Johnson (from Los Angeles)[e]  United States F Temple
1972 3 31 Neal, LloydLloyd Neal  United States F/C Tennessee State
1973 1 15 Parkhill, BarryBarry Parkhill (from Los Angeles via Cleveland)[f]  United States G Virginia
1973 4 55 Averitt, BirdBird Averitt  United States G Pepperdine
1974 1 1 Walton, BillBill Walton*  United States F/C UCLA
1974 2 20 van Breda Kolff, JanJan van Breda Kolff  United States G/F Vanderbilt
1974 2 34 Lumpkin, PhilPhil Lumpkin (from Chicago)[g]  United States G Miami (Ohio)
1974 2 36 Collins, RubinRubin Collins (from Milwaukee via Philadelphia)[h]  United States G Maryland-Eastern Shore
1974 4 56 Johnson, MickeyMickey Johnson  United States F Aurora
1974 6 92 Anderson, DanielDaniel Anderson  United States G USC
1975 1 6 Hollins, LionelLionel Hollins  United States G Arizona State
1975 2 25 Gross, BobBob Gross  United States G/F Long Beach State
1975 3 50 Gerard, GusGus Gerard (from Chicago)[i]  United States G/F Spirits of St. Louis (ABA)[3]
1975 4 61 Hicks, PhilPhil Hicks  United States F Tulane
1976 1 5 Walker, WallyWally Walker  United States F Virginia
1976 2 20 Jones, MajorMajor Jones (from Kansas City via New Orleans)[j]  United States F Albany State
1976 2 22 Davis, JohnnyJohnny Davis  United States G Dayton
1977 1 19 Laurel, RichRich Laurel  United States G Hofstra
1977 2 28 Anderson, KimKim Anderson (from New Orleans)[k]  United States F Missouri
1977 2 41 Dunn, T.R.T.R. Dunn  United States G/F Alabama
1978 1 1 Thompson, MychalMychal Thompson (from Indiana)[l]  Bahamas F/C Minnesota
1978 1 7 Brewer, RonRon Brewer (from Detroit via Seattle)[m]  United States G Arkansas
1978 2 24 Herron, KeithKeith Herron (from Buffalo via Atlanta)  United States G/F Villanova
1978 2 44 Johnson, ClemonClemon Johnson  United States F/C Florida A&M
1978 5 110 Johnson, ClayClay Johnson  United States G Missouri
1979 1 12 Paxson, JimJim Paxson  United States G/F Dayton
1979 2 40 Fields, AndrewAndrew Fields (from San Antonio via Seattle)  United States F Cheyney State
1980 1 10 Lester, RonnieRonnie Lester (traded to Chicago)[n]  United States G Iowa
1980 2 32 Lawrence, DavidDavid Lawrence (from Indiana)  United States F McNeese State
1980 2 33 Collins, BruceBruce Collins  United States G/F Weber State
1980 3 56 Harper, MikeMike Harper  United States F/C North Park
1980 8 168 Stroeder, JohnJohn Stroeder  United States F Montana
1981 1 15 Lamp, JeffJeff Lamp  United States G/F Virginia
1981 1 16 Valentine, DarnellDarnell Valentine (from Chicago)[o]  United States G Kansas
1981 2 26 Jackson, BrianBrian Jackson (from New Jersey via Indiana)[p]  United States F Utah State
1981 3 61 Guðmundsson, PéturPétur Guðmundsson  Iceland C Washington
1981 4 85 Verhoeven, PeterPeter Verhoeven  United States F Fresno State
1982 1 11 Lever, LafayetteLafayette Lever  United States PG Arizona State
1982 2 33 Townes, LintonLinton Townes  United States SF James Madison
1982 2 37 Norris, AudieAudie Norris  United States C Jackson State
1983 1 14 Drexler, ClydeClyde Drexler*  United States SG Houston
1984 1 2 Bowie, SamSam Bowie (from Indiana)[q]  United States F/C Kentucky
1984 1 19 Thompson, BernardBernard Thompson  United States G/F Fresno State
1984 2 26 Fleming, VictorVictor Fleming (from Chicago via Indiana)[r]  United States G Xavier
1984 2 33 Colter, SteveSteve Colter (from Denver)[s]  United States G New Mexico State
1984 2 46 Kersey, JeromeJerome Kersey (from L.A. Lakers)[t]  United States F Longwood
1985 1 24 Porter, TerryTerry Porter (from Boston via Dallas)  United States PG Wisconsin-Stevens Point
1985 2 25 Smrek, MikeMike Smrek  Canada C Canisius
1985 2 39 Montgomery, GeorgeGeorge Montgomery  United States Illinois
1986 1 14 Berry, WalterWalter Berry  United States PF St. John's
1986 1 24 Sabonis, ArvydasArvydas Sabonis* (from Boston via L.A. Clippers)  Soviet Union
( Lithuania)
C Zalgiris (USSR/Lithuania)
1986 2 37 Fasoulas, PanagiotisPanagiotis Fasoulas  Greece C NC State
1986 3 60 Petrović, DraženDražen Petrović*  Yugoslavia
( Croatia)
SG Cibona (Yugoslavia/Croatia)
1987 1 17 Murphy, RonnieRonnie Murphy  United States SG Jacksonville
1987 3 63 Gamble, KevinKevin Gamble  United States SG Iowa
1988 1 21 Bryant, MarkMark Bryant  United States PF Seton Hall
1988 2 26 Ferreira, RolandoRolando Ferreira  Brazil C Arizona
1988 3 53 Mason, AnthonyAnthony Mason (from Golden State)  United States F Tennessee State
1988 3 71 Neal, CraigCraig Neal  United States G Georgia Tech
1989 1 22 Irvin, ByronByron Irvin  United States SG Missouri
1989 2 36 Robinson, CliffCliff Robinson  United States PF/C Connecticut
1990 1 25 Abdelnaby, AlaaAlaa Abdelnaby  Egypt
 United States
PF Duke
1991 2 54 Kennedy, MarcusMarcus Kennedy  United States PF Eastern Michigan
1992 1 26 Johnson, DaveDave Johnson  United States SF Syracuse
1992 2 31 Smith, ReggieReggie Smith  United States C TCU
1993 1 21 Robinson, JamesJames Robinson  United States SG Alabama
1993 1 20 Thompson, KevinKevin Thompson  United States C NC State
1994 1 17 McKie, AaronAaron McKie  United States SG Temple
1994 2 43 Scott, ShawnelleShawnelle Scott  United States C St. John's
1995 1 8 Respert, ShawnShawn Respert (from Detroit, traded to Milwaukee)  United States SG Michigan State
1996 1 17 O'Neal, JermaineJermaine O'Neal  United States F/C Eau Claire HS (Columbia, SC)
1996 2 46 Brown, MarcusMarcus Brown  United States G Murray State
1997 2 48 Williams, AlvinAlvin Williams  United States G Villanova
2000 1 28 Barkley, ErickErick Barkley  United States PG St. John's
2001 1 19 Randolph, ZachZach Randolph  United States PF Michigan State
2001 2 49 Boumtje-Boumtje, RubenRuben Boumtje-Boumtje  Cameroon C Georgetown
2002 1 21 Woods, QyntelQyntel Woods  United States SF NE Mississippi CC
2002 2 43 Jennings, JasonJason Jennings (from Toronto via Chicago)  United States C Arkansas State
2002 2 51 Kammerichs, FedericoFederico Kammerichs  Argentina SF Ourense (Spain)
2003 1 23 Outlaw, TravisTravis Outlaw  United States SF Starkville HS (Starkville, MS)
2003 2 54 Sinanović, NedžadNedžad Sinanović  Bosnia and Herzegovina C Brotnjo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
2004 1 13 Telfair, SebastianSebastian Telfair  United States PG Lincoln HS (Brooklyn, NY)
2004 1 23 Monia, SergeiSergei Monia  Russia SG CSKA Moscow (Russian Basketball Super League)
2004 2 47 Seung-Jin, HaHa Seung-Jin  South Korea C Yonsei University (South Korea)
2005 1 6 Webster, MartellMartell Webster  United States G/F Seattle Prep. School (Seattle, WA)
2005 1 27 Kleiza, LinasLinas Kleiza (from Dallas via Utah, traded to Denver)[u][v]  Lithuania F Missouri
2005 2 35 Sanchez, RickyRicky Sanchez  Puerto Rico F IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL)
2006 1 4 Thomas, TyrusTyrus Thomas (traded to Chicago)[w]  United States F LSU
2006 1 30 Freeland, JoelJoel Freeland (from Detroit via Utah)[x]  United Kingdom F Gran Canaria (Spain)
2006 2 31 White, JamesJames White (traded to Indiana)[y]  United States G Cincinnati
2007 1 1 Oden, GregGreg Oden  United States C Ohio State
2007 2 37 McRoberts, JoshJosh McRoberts  United States F Duke
2007 2 42 Byars, DerrickDerrick Byars (from Indiana,[z] traded to Philadelphia)[aa]  United States G/F Vanderbilt
2007 2 52 Green, TaureanTaurean Green (from Toronto)[ab]  United States G Florida
2007 2 53 Nichols, DemetrisDemetris Nichols (from Chicago,[ac] traded to New York)[ad]  United States F Syracuse
2008 1 13 Rush, BrandonBrandon Rush (traded to Indiana)[ae]  United States F Kansas
2008 2 33 Dorsey, JoeyJoey Dorsey (from Memphis[af], traded to Houston)[ag]  United States F Memphis
2008 2 36 Asik, OmerÖmer Aşık (from New York[ah], traded to Chicago)[ai]  Turkey C Fenerbahçe Ülker (Turkey)
2008 2 55 Taylor, MikeMike Taylor (from Phoenix via Indiana[aj], traded to LA Clippers)[ak]  United States G Idaho Stampede (D-League)
2009 1 22 Claver, VictorVictor Claver (from Dallas)[al]  Spain SF Pamesa Valencia (Spain)
2009 2 33 Cunningham, DanteDante Cunningham (from LA Clippers)[am]  United States PF Villanova
2009 2 38 Brockman, JonJon Brockman (from New York via Chicago,[an] traded to Sacramento)[ao]  United States PF Washington
2009 2 55 Mills, PatrickPatrick Mills (from Denver)[an]  Australia PG Saint Mary's (CA)
2010 1 22 Williams, ElliotElliot Williams  United States SG Memphis
2010 2 34 Johnson, ArmonArmon Johnson (from Golden State)[ap]  United States PG Nevada
2011 1 21 Smith, NolanNolan Smith  United States G Duke
2011 2 51 Diebler, JonJon Diebler  United States SG Ohio State
2012 1 6 Lillard, DamianDamian Lillard (from Brooklyn)[aq]  United States PG Weber St.
2012 1 11 Leonard, MeyersMeyers Leonard  United States C Illinois
2012 2 40 Barton, WillWill Barton (from Minnesota via Houston)[ar]  United States PG Memphis
2012 2 41 Taylor, TyshawnTyshawn Taylor (traded to Brooklyn)[as]  United States PG Kansas
2013 1 10 McCollum, C. J.C. J. McCollum  United States PG/SG Lehigh
2013 2 39 Withey, JeffJeff Withey (from Minnesota via Cleveland and Boston)  United States C Kansas
2013 2 40 Jerrett, GrantGrant Jerrett (traded to Oklahoma City)  United States PF Arizona
2013 2 45 Todorović, MarkoMarko Todorović (from Boston)  Montenegro PF/C FC Barcelona (Spain)

Footnotes[edit]

  • a 1 2 On March 23, 1971, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired 1971 and 1972 second-round picks and a 1971 third-round pick from the San Francisco Warriors in exchange for Jim Barnett.[4][5] The Blazers used the picks to draft Charlie Yelverton and William Smith.
  • b On October 22, 1970, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired a second-round pick from the Baltimore Bullets in exchange for Dorie Murrey.[6] The Blazers used the pick to draft Rick Fisher.
  • e On September 11, 1971, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired a second-round pick from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for LeRoy Ellis.[8] The Blazers used the pick to draft Ollie Johnson.
  • h On September 11, 1972, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired a second-round pick from the Philadelphia 76ers as compensation for the signing of Gary Gregor as a free agent.[11] Previously, the 76ers acquired the pick and future consideration (the 76ers acquired John Block on July 28, 1972) on December 13, 1971 from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for Wali Jones.[12] The Blazers used the pick to draft Rubin Collins.
  • k On June 3, 1976, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired a 1977 second-round pick from the New Orleans Jazz in exchange for a 1976 second-round pick.[17] The Blazers used the pick to draft Kim Anderson.
  • m On November 11, 1977, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired a 1978 first-round pick and a 1979 second-round pick from the Seattle SuperSonics in exchange for Wally Walker.[20] Previously, the Sonics acquired the pick on September 25, 1975 from the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Archie Clark.[21] The Blazers used the pick to draft Ron Brewer.
  • o On June 8, 1981, the Atlanta Hawks acquired a 1981 first-round pick and a 1981 second-round pick from the Chicago Bulls in exchange for a 1981 first-round pick, a 1982 second-round pick and an option to swap 1982 first-round draft picks.[23] Previously, the Bulls acquired the draft rights to Ronnie Lester and the first-round pick on June 10, 1980 from the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for the draft rights to Kelvin Ransey and a 1981 first-round pick.[24] Previously, the Blazers acquired the pick on February 8, 1980 from the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for Lionel Hollins.[25] Previously, the 76ers acquired the pick and a 1983 first-round pick on October 3, 1977 from the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for Terry Furlow.[26] The Hawks used the picks to draft Al Wood and Clyde Bradshaw. The Bulls used the pick to draft Orlando Woolridge. The Blazers used the pick to draft Darnell Valentine.
  • p On October 9, 1979, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired a second-round pick from the Indiana Pacers in exchange for Clemon Johnson.[27] Previously, the Pacers acquired Bob Carrington, 1980 and 1981 second-round picks on January 27, 1978 from the New Jersey Nets in exchange for John Williamson.[28] The Blazers used the pick to draft Brian Jackson.
  • s On August 15, 1980, Portland acquired a second-round pick and a 1983 first-round pick from Denver in exchange for T. R. Dunn and a 1983 first-round pick.[32] Portland used the pick to draft Steve Colter.
  • t On October 8, 1980, Portland acquired a second-round pick from the L.A. Lakers in exchange for Jim Brewer.[33] Portland used the pick to draft Jerome Kersey.
  • v Hours before the start of the draft, Utah acquired the 3rd pick from Portland in exchange for the 6th pick, the 27th pick and a 2006 first-round draft pick.[35] Previously, Utah acquired a 2005 first-round draft pick on June 24, 2004 from Dallas in exchange for the draft rights to Pavel Podkolzin.[36] Utah used the 3rd pick to draft Deron Williams and Portland used the 6th and the 27th pick to draft Martell Webster and Linas Kleiza.
  • z On June 28, 2006, Portland acquired 2007 and 2008 second-round draft picks and the draft rights to Alexander Johnson from Indiana in exchange for the draft rights to James White.[40] Portland used the 42nd pick to draft Derrick Byars.
  • aa Portland acquired the draft rights to 30th pick Petteri Koponen from Philadelphia in exchange for the draft rights to 42nd pick Derrick Byars and cash considerations.[41]
  • ab On October 10, 1997, Portland acquired a 2007 second-round draft pick from Toronto in a three-team trade with Toronto and New York.[42] Portland used the 52nd pick to draft Taurean Green.
  • af On June 28, 2006, Portland acquired a 2008 second-round draft pick from Memphis in exchange for the draft rights to Alexander Johnson.[46] Portland used the pick to draft Joey Dorsey.
  • ag 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.[44]
  • ai 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.[44]
  • aj 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.[48] Previously, Indiana acquired a 2008 second-round draft pick on August 25, 2005 from Phoenix in exchange for James Jones.[49] Portland used the pick to draft Mike Taylor.
  • an 1 2 On June 26, 2008, Portland acquired a 2009 second-round draft pick from Denver in a three-team trade with Denver and Chicago. Portland also acquired New York's 2009 second-round draft pick and Chicago's 2010 second-round draft pick from Chicago.[51] Previously, Chicago acquired a 2006 first-round draft pick, 2007 and 2009 second-round draft picks, an option to exchange 2007 first-round draft picks, Tim Thomas, Michael Sweetney and Jermaine Jackson on October 4, 2005 from New York in exchange for Eddy Curry and Antonio Davis.[52] Portland used the 38th and 55th pick to draft Jon Brockman and Patrick Mills respectively.
  • ap On June 22, 2010, Milwaukee acquired Corey Maggette and the 44th pick in the 2010 Draft from Golden State in exchange for Charlie Bell and Dan Gadzuric.[54] Previously, Golden State acquired the 44th pick in the 2010 Draft and cash considerations on June 21, 2010 from Portland in exchange for the 34th pick in the 2010 Draft.[55] Previously, Portland acquired 2009 and 2010 second-round picks from Chicago in a three-team trade on June 26, 2008.[56][57]

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