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16 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 29, 1998

Baston, Traylor drafted

Robert Traylor DI
has rm xd
routinely In
Crisder Arena, but
now he wilbe f
taking to the F
NBA arenas,
where he will be ,
playing for the ',
Milwaukee
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NBA DRAFT
Continued from Page 14
which slimmed him down to 280
pounds, 45 pounds lighter than his
weight this winter.
Baston didn't get his draft news as
early as Traylor. In fact, Baston's name
might be an answer to a trivia question
some day, as he was the last person
selected Wednesday. The three-time
defending NBA champion Chicago
Bulls took Baston with the 58th pick
overall.
"He would have liked to be drafted
higher, but he was honored to be one of
the 58 players chosen," said Baston's
agent, Henry Thomas. "There were
lots of guys with great college careers
who didn't have their names called."
Baston, a 6-foot-9, 210 pounder,
considered a project by many NBA
scouts, is expected to play both small
forward and power forward. Baston is
currently competing in the Bulls'
draftee and free agent camp.
Baston "needs to work on his ball-
handling to have the opportunity to
play small forward and needs to get
stronger to be able to play power for-
ward," Thomas said. "He will be play-
ing in pro-am leagues in Chicago this

summer."
While Traylor and Baston have both
been drafted by the NBA, their debuts
in the league are clouded in doubt. The
NBA and the NBA Players Association
are currently without a labor contract,
and the league-will lock out the players
Wednesday if no agreement is reached.
With the last reported set of negotia-
tions lasting only 30 minutes, a lockout
seems to be inevitable, and the draftees
are prepared for it.
"It's very likely that there will be a
lockout;' Thomas said. "We will be
exploring many different options for
Maceo in the United States and over-
seas."
One Michigan frontcourt standout
who didn't hear his name called was
forward Jerod Ward. Ward, whose
breakout senior season looked to be
enough to get him drafted, suffered a
knee injury for the third time in four
years, scaring off potential NBA suit-
ors.
Ward "is just looking to get healthy,"
Ellerbe said. "His rehab is going well,
and when he gets healthy, he could
have a long-term opportunity (to play
in the NBA). However, we are just
looking to get Jerod healthy right
now."

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1998 NBA Draft
First Round
1. LA. Clippers - Michaelolowokand, C,.
Pal
2.Vanconer -Mike itoyG, Arizona
3. Denver - RaeftaFrenr F, Kansas
4. Toronto -Antawn Jamison, F, North
Carolna (Traded to Golden St.)
5. Golden Sti-Vince Carter, F. North Carolina
(Traded to Torontol
6, Dlas - Robert Tiak F, Michigan (Traded
to Miwawrl
7, Scranto --- Jason Williams, G, Florida
8, Phiartopha-Larry Hkuges, G, Saint Louis
9. Mihwaskee - Dirk Nowitski, F, Germany
(Tradedto Daas)
10. Boston - Paul Pierce, G. Kansas
11. Detroit - Basi Wells, G, Bal State
12. Ootando - Michael Doleac, C. Utah
13. Olando - IeoClark, F. UNLV
14. Hostaon-Michael Dickerson, F, Arizona
15. Olando -Matt Harpring, F. Georgia Tech
16. Houton -tryce Drew, G. Valparaiso
17. Mntresota - Radoslav Nesterovic, C.
Slovntia
1& Housont-Mirsad Turkcan. F, Turkey
19. Milwaukee - Pat Garrity, F, Notre Dame
(Trad to Phoeni)
20. Atlanta- Roshown McLeod, F, Duke
21. Charlotte-Ricky Davis, F, Iowa
22 LA.Clippers-BrianSkinner, C, Baylor
23. Denver -Tyro Lue, G. Netraska(Traded
to LA. takers)
24. San Antonio - Felipe Lopez. G, St. John's
Traded to Vancouveor
25. Indiana-Al Harrington, F, St. Patrick's
H.S.
26. LA. takers - SamJacobson, F, Minnesota
27. Seattle - Vladimir Stepania, C, Slovenia
28. Chicngo - Corey Benamin, G Oregon St.
29 Utah - NaMohammed, C, Kentucky
(Tre to Phildelpha)
Second Round
30. Dallas - Ansu Sesay, F, Mississipp
31. LA. Lakers- Ruben Patterson, F.
Cincinnati
32. Seattle - Rashard Lewis, F, Alief Elisk H S.
33. Seattle - Jeni McCoy, C, UCLA
34. Chicago - Shammond Williams, G, North
Caroina (Tradedito Atlanta)
35. Daas- Brno Sundov, C, Croatia
36. Sacramento -Jerome James, C, Florida
A&M
37. Philadelphia - Casey Shaw, C, Toledo
38. New York - DeMarco Johnson, F, UNC
Charlotte
39. Milwaukee - Rafer Alston, G. Fresno State
40. Detroit - Korlone Young, F, Hargrave
Academty
41. ouston - Cuttino Moley, G, Rhode Island
42. Orlando - Miles Simon, G, Arizona
43. Washington- ahdi Wit. F, Georgetown
44. New York - Sean Marks, C. Calforia
(Traded tosToront)
45. LA. Lakrs -Tahy Bailey, F, UCLA .
46. Minesota- Andran Patterson, F. ndiaaia
47. Toronto - Tyson Wheeler, G, Rhode Island
48. Cleveland - Ryan Stck, F,-Soth Carolina
49. Atlanta- Cory Car, G, Texas Tech Traded
to Chicgo)
50. Charlotte -Andrew Betts, C, Lang Seach
St.
51. Miami - Corey rewcr, G, Oklahoma
52. San Antonio - Derrick Dial, G. Easero
Michigan
53. Dallas- Greg Buckner. G, Clrsn t
54. Denuver- Tremaine Fowlkes, F, Fresno St.
55 Denver - Ryan Bowen. F. Iowa
56. Vancoer - J.R. Henderson. F, UCLA
57. Utah - Torraye Bragg, F. Xaier
58. Ikago - Maceo Baston, F, Mchga

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