2001 NBA Draft
CNNSI.com

Shop Fantasy Central Golf Guide Free e-mail Travel Subscribe SI About Us
  CNNSI.com
  Draft Home
More NBA News
College Hoops News
Draft Board
Round 1
Round 2
Players
Positions
Conferences
Schools
Teams
Multimedia

EVENTS
 Sportsman of the Year
 Heisman Trophy
 Swimsuit 2001

CENTERS
 Fantasy Central
 Inside Game
 Video Plus
 Statitudes
 Your Turn
 Message Boards
 Email Newsletters
 Golf Guide
 Cities
 

CNNSI.com GROUP
 Sports Illustrated
 Life of Reilly
 SI Women
 SI for Kids
 Press Room
 TBS/TNT Sports
 CNN Languages

COMMERCE
 SI Customer Service
 SI Media Kits
 Get into College
 Sports Memorabilia
 TeamStore


Posted: Thursday June 28, 2001 3:24 AM

2001 NBA Draft Multimedia
CNNSI.com's Kevin Loughery No. 1: Kwame Brown, WSH
Kevin Loughery checks out the winners and losers of Wednesday's big draft deals. Start Michael Jordan makes Kwame Brown the first prep player taken with the top pick. Start
No. 2: Tyson Chandler, CHI No. 3: Pau Gasol, ATL
Tyson Chandler reacts to being picked by the Clippers and traded to the Bulls. Start Pau Gasol is the highest international pick in NBA Draft history. Start
No. 4: Eddy Curry, CHI No. 5: Jason Richardson, GS
Eddy Curry joked around with Charles Barkley about his comeback. Start The Michigan State star was surprised to picked by the Warriors. Start
No. 6: Shane Battier, VAN No. 7: Eddie Griffin, HOU
Shane Battier expects to produce right away for the Grizzlies. Start Eddie Griffin heads to Houston after one of the biggest deals of the night. Start
No. 8: Sagana Diop, CLE No. 9: Rodney White, DET
Sagana Diop wants to prove that high school players aren't bad for the league. Start Rodney White looks forward to playing alongside Jerry Stackhouse. Start

 

   
CNNSI   Copyright © 2001 CNN/Sports Illustrated. An AOL Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.
Terms under which this service is provided to you. Read our privacy guidelines.