2008 NBA Development League draft

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2008 NBA Development League draft
NBA Development League Draft 2008.jpg
General information
Date(s) November 7, 2008
Time 7:00 p.m. (EDT)
Location Atlanta, Georgia
Network(s) (US) NBA TV
First selection Chris Richard, Tulsa 66ers
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The 2008 NBA Development League Draft was the seventh NBA Development League draft. It was held on November 7, 2008 at 7:00pm Eastern Time. The Tulsa 66ers selected the 6'9" forward Chris Richard with the first overall pick.[1]

First round[edit]

Pick Player Nationality D-League Team College/HS/Club Team
1 Chris Richard  United States Tulsa 66ers Florida
2 James Mays  United States Colorado 14ers Clemson
3 Jermareo Davidson  United States Idaho Stampede Alabama
4 Gary Forbes  Panama Sioux Falls Skyforce Massachusetts
5 Derrick Byars  United States Bakersfield Jam Vanderbilt
6 Coleman Collins  United States Fort Wayne Mad Ants Virginia Tech
7 Erik Daniels  United States Erie BayHawks Kentucky
8 Tierre Brown  United States Anaheim Arsenal McNeese State
9 Denham Brown  United States Utah Flash Connecticut
10 Antonio Meeking  United States Reno Bighorns Louisiana Tech
11 Marcus Hubbard  United States Dakota Wizards Angelo State
12 Smush Parker  United States Rio Grande Valley Vipers Fordham
13 Jasper Johnson  United States Los Angeles D-Fenders Delta State
14 David Noel  United States Albuquerque Thunderbirds North Carolina
15 Cartier Martin  United States Iowa Energy Kansas State
16 Robert McKiver  United States Austin Toros Houston

Second round[edit]

Pick Player Nationality D-League Team College/HS/Club Team
1 Mohamed Abukar  United States Austin Toros San Diego State
2 Larry Ayuso  United States Iowa Energy Indiana State
3 David Monds  United States Albuquerque Thunderbirds Oklahoma State
4 Keith Butler  United States Los Angeles D-Fenders DePaul
5 Delonte Holland  United States Rio Grande Valley Vipers North Carolina A&T
6 Aaron Spears  United States Dakota Wizards St. John's (NY)
7 Russell Robinson  United States Reno Bighorns Kansas
8 Gavin Grant  United States Utah Flash North Carolina State
9 James White  United States Anaheim Arsenal University of Cincinnati
10 Taj McCullough  United States Erie BayHawks Winthrop
11 Toree Morris  United States Fort Wayne Mad Ants Pittsburgh
12 Terrance Thomas  United States Bakersfield Jam Baylor
13 Ty Morrison  United States Sioux Falls Skyforce Grand Canyon University
14 Ernest Scott  United States Idaho Stampede Valdosta State University
15 Trey Gilder  United States Colorado 14ers Northwestern State
16 Moses Ehambe  United States Tulsa 66ers Oral Roberts

Third round[edit]

Pick Player Nationality D-League Team College/HS/Club Team
1 Yemi Ogunoye  United States Tulsa 66ers Oral Roberts
2 Marlon Parmer  United States Colorado 14ers Kentucky Wesleyan
3 Anthony Coleman  United States Idaho Stampede Long Beach State
4 Elgrace Wilborn  United States Sioux Falls Skyforce Western Kentucky
5 Terrance Gamble  United States Bakersfield Jam Tarleton State
6 Shawn Hawkins  United States Fort Wayne Mad Ants Long Beach State
7 Vernon Hamilton  United States Erie BayHawks Clemson
8 Roy Bright  United States Anaheim Arsenal Delaware State
9 Bennet Davis  United States Utah Flash Northeastern
10 Sung-Yung Bang  South Korea Reno Bighorns Yonsei
11 Tony Murphy  United States Dakota Wizards Norfolk State
12 Kurt Looby  Antigua and Barbuda Rio Grande Valley Vipers Iowa
13 Dominique Scales  United States Los Angeles D-Fenders East Central
14 Waki Williams  United States Albuquerque Thunderbirds Memphis
15 Othyus Jeffers  United States Iowa Energy Robert Morris
16 Ezra Williams  United States Austin Toros Georgia

Fourth round[edit]

Fifth round[edit]

Sixth round[edit]

Seventh round[edit]

Eighth round[edit]

Ninth round[edit]

Tenth round[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-11-05. Retrieved 2015-03-12.