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Terps' NBA Draft History
NBA Lottery History
All-Time Draft Picks
First-Round Draft Picks
Terps Drafted By Round
All-Time Terps in the Pros
Terps as Pro Coaches

Terps' NBA Draft History

Maryland's NBA Lottery History  
Teams With Two No. 1 Overall Picks
Maryland: John Lucas, 1976; Joe Smith, 1995
Duke: Art Heyman, 1963; Elton Brand, 1999; Kyrie Irving, 2011
Georgetown: Patrick Ewing, 1985; Allen Iverson, 1996
Houston: Elvin Hayes, 1968; Hakeem Olajuwon, 1984
Kentucky: John Wall, 2010; Anthony Davis, 2012
Michigan: Cazzie Russell, 1966; Chris Webber, 1993
No. Carolina: James Worthy, 1982; Brad Daugherty, 1986
Purdue: Joe Barry Carroll, 1980; Glenn Robinson, 1994
UCLA: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1969; Bill Walton, 1974
Utah: Bill McGill, 1962; Andrew Bogut, 2005

 

All-Time Draft Picks
Year Selection (Round/Team)
1954 Gene Shue (1st , #3 overall/Philadelphia)
1955 Bob Kessler (2nd/Fort Wayne)
1958 John Nacincik (3rd/Syracuse)
  Nick Davis (11th/Philadelphia)
1960 Al Bunge (1st, #7 overall/Philadelphia
  Charlie McNeil (6th/New York)
  Jerry Bechtle (16th/New York)
1963 Jerry Greenspan (3rd/Syracuse)
1966 Gary Ward (6th/Boston)
1967 Jay McMillen (9th/L.A. Lakers)
  Joe Harrington (11th/Boston)
1970 Will Hetzel (9th/Baltimore)
1971 Barry Yates (8th/Philadelphia)
1973 Jim O'Brien (3rd/Portland)
  Bob Bodell (10th/Seattle)
  Howard White (14th/Washington)
1974 Tom McMillen (1st, #9 overall/Buffalo)
  Len Elmore (1st/#13 overall/Washington)
1975 Tom Roy (3rd/Portland)
  Owen Brown (9th/Phoenix)
1976 John Lucas (1st, #1 overall/Houston)
  Maurice Howard (2nd/Cleveland)
1977 Brad Davis (1st, #15 overall/L.A. Lakers)
1978 Larry Boston (4th/Washington)
1979 Larry Gibson (3rd/Milwaukee)
1981 Buck Williams (1st, #3 overall/New Jersey)
  Albert King (1st, #10 overall/New Jersey)
  Ernest Graham (3rd/Philadelphia)
  Greg Manning (7th/Denver)
1982 Charles Pittman (3rd/Phoenix)
1984 Ben Coleman (2nd/Chicago)
  Herman Veal (6th/Phoenix)
  Mark Fothergill (8th/Phoenix)
1985 Adrian Branch (2nd/Chicago)
1986 Len Bias (1st, #2 overall/Boston)
1988 Derrick Lewis (3rd/Chicago)
1990 Jerrod Mustaf (1st, #17 overall/New York)
  Tony Massenburg (2nd/San Antonio)
1992 Walt Williams (1st, #7 overall/Sacramento)
1993 Evers Burns (2nd/Sacramento)
1995 Joe Smith (1st, #1 overall/Golden State)
1997 Keith Booth (1st, #28 overall/Chicago)
1999 Steve Francis (1st, #2 overall/Vancouver)
  Obinna Ekezie (2nd/Vancouver)
  Laron Profit (2nd/Orlando)
2001 Terence Morris (2nd/Atlanta)
2002 Chris Wilcox (1st, #8 overall /L. A. Clippers)
  Juan Dixon (1st, #17 overall/Washington)
  Lonny Baxter (2nd/Chicago)
2003 Steve Blake (2nd/Washington)
2007 D.J. Strawberry (2nd/Phoenix)
2008 James Gist (2nd/San Antonio)
2010 Greivis Vasquez (1st, #28 overall/Memphis)
2011 Jordan Williams (2nd/New Jersey)
2013 Alex Len (1st, #5 overall/Phoenix)

 

First-Round Draft Picks
Player, Team Year Number
Gene Shue, Philadelphia 1954 3
Al Bunge, Philadelphia 1960 7
Tom McMillen, L.A. Lakers 1974 9
Len Elmore, Washington 1974 13
John Lucas, Houston 1976 1
Brad Davis, L.A. Lakers 1977 15
Buck Williams, New Jersey 1981 3
Albert King, New Jersey 1981 10
Len Bias, Boston 1986 2
Jerrod Mustaf, New York 1990 17
Walt Williams, Sacramento 1992 7
Joe Smith, Golden State 1995 1
Keith Booth, Chicago 1997 28
Steve Francis, Vancouver 1999 2
Chris Wilcox, L.A. Clippers 2002 8
Juan Dixon, Washington 2002 17
Greivis Vasquez, Memphis 2010 28
Alex Len, Phoenix 2013 5

 

Terps Drafted By Round  
First Round 18
Second Round 14
Third Round 8
Fourth Round 1
Fifth Round 0
Sixth Round 3
Seventh Round 1
Eighth Round 2
Ninth Round 3
10th Round 1
11th Round 2
14th Round 1
16th Round 1

All-Time Terps In the NBA


Lonny Baxter
Chicago Bulls, 2002-04
Toronto Raptors, 2003-04
Washington Wizards, 2004
New Orleans Hornets, 2004-05
Houston Rockets, 2005-06
Charlotte Bobcats, 2005-06

Steve Blake
Washington Wizards, 2003-05
Portland Trailblazers, 2005-06, 2008
Milwaukee Bucks, 2006-07
Denver Nuggets, 2006-07
Los Angeles Clippers, 2010
Los Angeles Lakers, 2010-2014
Golden State Warriors, 2014-pres.

Keith Booth
Chicago Bulls, 1997-99
 

Lawrence Boston  
Washington Bullets, 1980

Adrian Branch  
Los Angeles Lakers, 1987
New Jersey Nets, 1988
Portland Trail Blazers, 1989
Minnesota Timberwolves, 1990

Evers Burns  
Sacramento Kings, 1993

Ben Coleman   
New Jersey Nets, 1987-88
Philadelphia 76ers, 1988-89
Milwaukee Bucks, 1991

Brad Davis
Los Angeles  Lakers, 1978-79
Indiana Pacers, 1979-80
Utah Jazz, 1980
Dallas Mavericks, 1981-92

Mike Davis  
New York Knicks, 1983

Juan Dixon
Washington Wizards, 2002-05, 2008-09
Portland Trail Blazers, 2005-07
Toronto Raptors, 2007-08
Detroit Pistons, 2008

Obinna Ekezie
Vancouver Grizzlies, 2000
Washington Wizards, 2000-01
Dallas Mavericks, 2001
Los Angeles Clippers, 2002
Atlanta Hawks, 2003-05
 

Len Elmore
Indiana Pacers, 1975-79
Kansas City Kings, 1980
Milwaukee Bucks, 1981
New Jersey Nets, 1982-83
New York Knicks, 1984
 

Steve Francis
Houston Rockets, 2000-04, 2007-08
Orlando Magic, 2004-06
New York Knicks, 2005-07
 

Jerry Greenspan  
Philadelphia 76ers, 1964-65

Maurice Howard  
Cleveland Cavaliers, 1977
New Orleans Jazz, 1977

Sarunas Jasikevicius
Indiana Pacers, 2005-07
Golden State Warriors, 2006-07

Albert King
New Jersey Nets, 1982-87
Philadelphia 76ers, 1988
San Antonio Spurs, 1989
 

Alex Len  
Phoenix Suns, 2013-pres.

Cedric Lewis  
Washington Bullets, 1996

John Lucas
Houston Rockets, 1977-78; 1985-86; 1990
Golden State Warriors, 1979-81
Washington Bullets, 1982-83
San Antonio Spurs, 1984
Milwaukee Bucks, 1987-88
Seattle SuperSonics, 1989

Tony Massenburg
San Antonio Spurs, 1991, 2004-05
Charlotte Hornets, 1992
Boston Celtics, 1992
Golden State Warriors, 1992
L.A. Clippers, 1994-95
Toronto Raptors, 1995-96
Philadelphia 76ers, 1996
New Jersey Nets, 1996-1997
Vancouver/Memphis Grizzlies, 1999, 2000-02
Houston Rockets, 1999-2000
Utah Jazz, 2003
Sacramento Kings, 2003

Chris McCray
Milwaukee Bucks, 2006-07
 

Tom McMillen
Buffalo Braves, 1976-77
New York Knicks, 1977
Atlanta Hawks, 1978-83
Washington Bullets, 1984-85

Terence Morris
Houston Rockets, 2001-03
Orlando Magic, 2005-06

Jerrod Mustaf
New York Knicks, 1991
Phoenix Suns, 1992-1994

Jim O'Brien  
New York Nets, 1974
Memphis Sounds (ABA), 1975

Charles Pittman  
Phoenix Suns, 1983-86

Laron Profit
Washington Wizards, 1999-01, 2004-05
Los Angeles Lakers, 2005-06
Memphis Grizzlies, 2006-07
 

Steve Sheppard  
Chicago Bulls, 1978-79
Detroit Pistons, 1979

Gene Shue
Philadelphia Warriors, 1955
New York Knicks, 1955-56; 1963
Fort Wayne Pistons, 1957
Detroit Pistons, 1958-62
Baltimore Bullets, 1964
 

Joe Smith
Golden State Warriors, 1995-97
Philadelphia 76ers, 1998, 2006-07
Minnesota Timberwolves, 1998-00, 2002-03
Detroit Pistons, 2001
Milwaukee Bucks 2003-06
Denver Nuggets, 2006-07
Chicago Bulls, 2007-08
Cleveland Cavaliers, 2007-08, 2008-09
Oklahoma City Thunder, 2008-09
Atlanta Hawks, 2009-10
New Jersey Nets, 2010-11
L.A. Lakers, 2010-11

D.J. Strawberry
Phoenix Suns, 2007-08
 
Greivis Vasquez  
Memphis Grizzlies, 2010-2011
New Orleans Hornets, 2011-13
Sacramento Kings, 2013
Toronto Raptors, 2013-pres.
 

Chris Wilcox
L.A. Clippers, 2002-06
Seattle Sonics/Oklahoma City Thunder, 2006-09
New York Knicks, 2009
Detroit Pistons, 2009-11
Boston Celtics, 2011-13

Buck Williams
New Jersey Nets, 1982-89
Portland Trail Blazers, 1990-96
New York Knicks, 1997-99
 

Jordan Williams  
New Jersey Nets, 2011-12
 
Walt Williams
Sacramento Kings, 1992-96
Miami Heat, 1996
Toronto Raptors, 1996-98
Portland Trail Blazers, 1998-99
Houston Rockets, 1999-2002
Dallas Mavericks, 2002-03

List as of March 27, 2014
 

Terps as Pro Coaches

Gene Shue
NBA Coach Of The Year • 1969, 1982
Year Team Record Postseason
1966-67 Baltimore Bullets 16-40  
1967-68 Baltimore Bullets 36-46  
1968-69 Baltimore Bullets 57-25 Eastern Div. Semis
1969-70 Baltimore Bullets 50-32 Eastern Div. Semis
1970-71 Baltimore Bullets 42-40 NBA Finals
1971-72 Baltimore Bullets 38-44 Eastern Conf. Semis
1972-73 Baltimore Bullets 52-30 Eastern Conf. Semis
1973-74 Philadelphia 76ers 25-57  
1974-75 Philadelphia 76ers 34-48  
1975-76 Philadelphia 76ers 46-36  
1976-77 Philadelphia 76ers 50-32  
1977-78 Philadelphia 76ers 2-4  
1978-79 San Diego Clippers 43-39  
1979-80 San Diego Clippers 35-47  
1981-82 Washington Bullets 39-43 Eastern Conf. Semis
1982-83 Washington Bullets 42-40  
1983-84 Washington Bullets 35-47 Eastern Conf. 1st Rd.
1984-85 Washington Bullets 40-42 Eastern Conf. 1st Rd.
1985-86 Washington Bullets 32-37 Eastern Conf. 1st Rd.
1987-88 Los Angeles Clippers 17-65  
1988-89 Los Angeles Clippers 10-28  
  BULLETS TOTALS 522-505 .510
  76ERS TOTALS 157-177 .470
  CLIPPERS TOTALS 105-179 .348
  NBA TOTALS 784-861 .477

John Lucas
Year Team Record Postseason
1992 Miami Tropics (USBL) 24-4 USBL Champions
1993 Miami Tropics (USBL) 14-5 USBL Champions
1992-93 San Antonio Spurs 39-22 Western Conf. Semis
1993-94 San Antonio Spurs 55-27 Western Conf. 1st Rd.
1994-95 Philadelphia 76ers 24-58  
1995-96 Philadelphia 76ers 18-64  
2001-02 Cleveland Cavaliers 29-53  
  SPURS TOTALS 94-49 .658
  76ERS TOTALS 42-122 .256
  CAVALIERS TOTALS 29-53 .354
  TROPICS TOTALS 38-9 .809
  NBA TOTALS 165-224 .424
  OVERALL TOTALS 203-233 .466
       




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