NBA Draft
Fun Facts/Trivia
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Today, most NBA fans criticize this team for drafting former NBA bust Anthony Bennett ahead of players like C.J McCollum, Rudy Gobert and Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Cleveland Cavaliers


I hit one of the most legendary shots in NBA playoff history, as well as played in 'He Got Game', a 1998 basketball film.

Ray Allen


This late NBA legend said in an interview that he did not want to play in the league for 10 years and then die at 40 from a heart attack, and did just that.

'Pistol' Pete Maravich


This legendary team holds the record for most wins in a single season.

Golden State Warriors (73-9)


This former NBA Rookie of The Year award winner was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2016 NBA Draft.

Malcolm Brogdon


No NBA team has this letter in their city or team name.

The letter 'F'

This former big man holds the record for most points per game in a single season.

Wilt Chamberlain (50.1 PPG)


This former NBA player was traded on draft night in exchange for the late NBA legend, Kobe Bryant.

Vlade Divac


This former San Antonio Spur is credited for creating the 'finger roll' move.

George Gervin


These two NBA players (one current player, one former player) share the fear of birds, or ornithophobia.

Dwyane Wade and Trae Young


Klay Thompson holds many different shooting records, ranging from 37 points in a quarter to this many made 3's in a quarter, which came from the same game.

9 3's


This former all-star was taken exactly 10 picks after former NBA Champion and former MVP, Stephen Curry.

Jrue Holiday


Donovan Mitchell wears the number 45 because of this person, who he regards as his idol.

Michael Jordan (He wore 45 during his baseball stint)


The NBA record for most players born in a single city to become first overall picks belongs to this city.

Melbourne, Australia (Andrew Bogut, Kyrie Irving, Ben Simmons)

This NBA legend was drafted one spot ahead of Wes Unseld in the 1968 NBA Draft.

Elvin Hayes


The 'OJ' in OJ Mayo's name stands for this.

Ovinton J'Anthony
(oh-vin-tun jan-thun-ee)


This former player holds the NBA record for most minutes played without a single statistic (points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, and turnovers).

Tony Snell (28 minutes)

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