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Team Pages:


TeamPlayer
1. ClevelandLeBron James
2. Detroit
(from Memphis)
Darko Milicic
3. DenverCarmelo Anthony
4. TorontoChris Bosh
5. MiamiDwyane Wade
6. LA ClippersChris Kaman
7. ChicagoKirk Hinrich
8. Milwaukee
(from Atlanta)
T.J. Ford
9. New YorkMichael Sweetney
10. WashingtonJarvis Hayes
11. Golden StateMickael Pietrus
12. SeattleNick Collison
13. Memphis
(from Houston)
Marcus Banks
(Traded to Boston)
14. Seattle
(from Milwaukee)
Luke Ridnour
15. OrlandoReece Gaines
16. BostonTroy Bell
(Traded to Memphis)
17. PhoenixZarko Cabarkapa
18. New OrleansDavid West
19. UtahAleksandar Pavlovic
20. Boston
(from Philadelphia)
Dahntay Jones
(Traded to Memphis)
21. Atlanta
(from Indiana)
Boris Diaw
22. New JerseyZoran Planinic
23. PortlandTravis Outlaw
24. LA LakersBrian Cook
25. DetroitCarlos Delfino
26. MinnesotaNdudi Ebi
27. Memphis
(from Sacramento via Orlando)
Kendrick Perkins
(Traded to Boston)
28. San AntonioLeandrinho Barbosa
(Traded to Phoenix)
29. DallasJosh Howard
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