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Credited cast:
Art Aaron ...
Himself - 73rd Overall Pick
Jeff Allen ...
Himself - 56th Overall Pick
Ron Anderson ...
Himself - 27th Overall Pick
Brett Applegate ...
Himself - 88th Overall Pick
James Banks ...
Himself - 48th Overall Pick
Himself - 5th Overall Pick
Dickie Beal ...
Himself - 81st Overall Pick
Joe Binion ...
Himself - 57th Overall Pick
Cory Blackwell ...
Himself - 28th Overall Pick
Sam Bowie ...
Himself - 2nd Overall Pick
Steve Burtt ...
Himself - 30th Overall Pick
Michael Cage ...
Himself - 14th Overall Pick
Tony Campbell ...
Himself - 20th Overall Pick
Rick Carlisle ...
Himself - 70th Overall Pick
Roosevelt Chapman ...
Himself - 54th Overall Pick


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How does Michael Jordan get taken #3?
1 February 2012 | by (St. Louis, MO) – See all my reviews

Michael Jordan who is the greatest basketball player ever to play ball(I don't want to hear anything from you Kobe lovers).

I can see the Rockets taking Hakeem Olajuwon #1 since he ended up having a Hall of Fame type of career himself. But Sam Bowie by the Trail Blazers at #2 over Jordan, seriously? Sam Bowie was nothing more then a run of the mill journeyman player in the NBA. Definitely a case to not be drafting someone just because you wanted someone to play that particular position for your team.

Other notable players from that years draft was #5 Charles Barkley by the 76ers, Otis Thorpe #9 by the Kings, Kevin Willis #11 by the hawks and John Stockton #16 by the Jazz.

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