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2003 First Round NBA Draft Picks Quiz

Name the players that were chosen in the first round of the legendary 2003 NBA draft.
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Pick
Team
From ...
Player
1
Cavaliers
High School
Lebron James
2
Pistons
Europe
Darko Milicic
3
Nuggets
Syracuse
Carmelo Anthony
4
Raptors
Georgia Tech
Chris Bosh
5
Heat
Marquette
Dwyane Wade
6
Clippers
Central Michigan
Chris Kaman
7
Bulls
Kansas
Kirk Hinrich
8
Bucks
Texas
T.J. Ford
9
Knicks
Georgetown
Michael Sweetney
10
Wizards
Georgia
Jarvis Hayes
11
Warriors
Europe
Mickael Pietrus
12
Sonics
Kansas
Nick Collison
13
Grizzlies
UNLV
Marcus Banks
14
Sonics
Oregon
Luke Ridnour
15
Magic
Louisville
Reece Gaines
Pick
Team
From ...
Player
16
Celtics
Boston College
Troy Bell
17
Suns
Europe
Zarko Cabarkapa
18
Hornets
Xavier
David West
19
Jazz
Europe
Sasha Pavlovic
20
Celtics
Duke
Dahntay Jones
21
Hawks
Europe
Boris Diaw
22
Nets
Europe
Zoran Planinic
23
Trailblazers
High School
Travis Outlaw
24
Lakers
Illinois
Brian Cook
25
Pistons
South America
Carlos Delfino
26
T Wolves
High School
Ndubi Ebi
27
Grizzlies
High School
Kendrick Perkins
28
Spurs
South America
Leandro Barbosa
29
Mavericks
Wake Forest
Josh Howard
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Level 34
Oct 22, 2014
I have no clue how people consider this draft to be the best of all time. In my opinion, it was the 1985 draft. Outside of Melo, LeBron, Bosh, and Wade, who else has had a truly successful career? Seems to me like the next best player is Kirk Hinrich. 1985 had the greatest player of all time, the greatest center of all time (Olajuwon) one of the best power forwards (Barkley), and one of the best true point guards and pick and roll players, John Stockton. That's just the top 10-15. The 1985 draft was much deeper, almost every team benefited from that draft class. This one, outside of 3 great players and one very overrated one (Bosh, his stats were inflated by a lack of teammate help in Toronto, but still a decent player) is nothing special at all. Doesn't even rank in the top 5 drafts in my opinion. Guess somewhat at ESPN got way too involved in LeBron James. Shocker.
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Level 21
Nov 8, 2015
The Draft you're referring to is the 1984 draft, not the one in 1985.
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Level 12
Apr 13, 2017
didn't they 2nd round have Korver? He has had a descent career.