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CANADIAN NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAMS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
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Canadians That Were Drafted By The NBA

1: Hank Biasatti, Boston Celtics, 1947 BAA Draft.

2: Ernie Vandeweghe, New York Knicks, 1949, 29th

3: Bob Houbregs, Milwaukee Hawks, 1953, 2nd

4: Richard Spears, St. Louis Hawks, 1964 Rd 13

5: Warren Sutton, St. Louis Hawks, 1964 Rd 12

6: Bob Burrows, Seattle Supersonics, 1969, 169th

7: Brian Heaney, Baltimore Bullets, 1969, 215th

8: Bobby Croft, Boston Celtics, 1970, 123rd

9: Ron Thorsen, Buffalo Braves, 1973, 209th

10: Phil Tollestrup, Buffalo Braves, 1973, 211th

11: George Rautins, Buffalo Braves, 1975, 158th

12: Mickey Fox, 1975, Detroit Pistons, 1975, 169th; Portland Trailblazers 1979, 56th

13: Ken McKenzie, 1975, Seattle Supersonics, 138th

14: Lars Hansen, Chicago, 1976, 37th, Los Angeles Lakers, 1977, 151st

15: Perry Mirkovich, Portland Trailblazers, 1980, 125th

16: Jay Triano, Los Angeles Lakers, 1981, 179th

17: Mike Brkovich, Milwaukee Bucks, 1981, 181st

18: David Coulthard, Detroit Pistons, 1982, 214th

19: Leo Rautins, Philadelphia, 1983, 17th

20: Stewart Granger, Cleveland Cavaliers, 1983, 24th

21: Ron Crevier, Chicago Bulls, 1983, 75th

22: Tony Simms, New York Knicks, 1983, 128th

23: Gerald Kazanowski, Utah Jazz, 1983, 146th

24: Greg Wiltjer, Chicago Bulls, 1984, 43rd

25: Karl Tilleman, Denver Nuggets, 1984, 79th

26: Eli Pasquale, Seattle Supersonics, 1984, 106th

27: Bill Wennington, Dallas Mavericks, 1985, 16th

28: Mike Smrek, Portland Trailblazers, 1985, 25th

29: Dan Meagher, Chicago Bulls, 1985, 125th

30: Barry Mungar, Washington Bullets, 1986, 82nd

31: Rick Fox, Boston Celtics, 1991, 24th

32: William Njoku, Indiana Pacers, 1994, 41st

33: Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns, 1996, 15th

34: Todd MacCulloch, Philadelphia, 1999, 47th

35: Jamaal Magloire, Charlotte Hornets, 2000, 19th

36: Samuel Dalembert, Philadelphia 76ers, 2001, 26th

37: Denham Brown, Seattle Supersonics, 2006, 40th

38: Andy Rautins, New York Knicks, 2010, 38th

39: Tristan Thompson, Cleveland Cavaliers, 2011, 4th

40: Corey Joseph, San Antonio Spurs, 2011, 29th

41: Andrew Nicholson, Orlando Magic, 2012 19th

42: Kris Joseph, Boston Celtics, 2012, 51st

43: Robert Sacre, Los Angeles Lakers 2012 60th

44: Anthony Bennett, Cleveland Cavaliers, 2013, 1st

45: Kelly Olynyk, Dallas Mavericks, 2013 13th

46: Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland Cavaliers, 2014 1st

47: Nik Stauskas, Sacramento Kings, 2014, 8th

48: Tyler Ennis, Phoenix Suns, 2014, 18th

49: Dwight Powell, Charlotte Hornets, 2014, 45th

50: Trey Lyles, Utah Jazz,  2015, 12th

51: Oliver Hanlan, Utah Jazz  2015, 42nd

52: Jamal Murray, Denver Nugets, 2016, 7th

53: Dillon Brooks : Houston Rockets, 2017, 45th

54: Chris Boucher: Golden State Warriors, 2017 (undrafted)

Research by Curtis J. Phillips

Basketball Historian

N.B. Some players did not have Canadian citizenship or were dual citizens at the time of the draft but may have later played on the Canadian National Team or Canadian collegiate/university basketball.