- With the number one pick, the Enemies selected Royce White. The Iowa State standout shined at the Player Combine and will join up with Lamar Odom, Gilbert Arenas, Perry Jones III, Craig Smith, and Frank Robinson. White is an advocate for mental health whose NBA career was impacted by his fear of flying. Tonight his shirt read, “I Flew Here.”
- Former 2010 NBA 1st rounder Larry Sanders was picked by Gary Payton’s 3-Headed Monsters. Sanders is known for his versatility, shot blocking, and size. After a few seasons in the NBA, he decided to walk away from the game due to anxiety and mood disorders. Sanders was a standout at the Player Combine and will join up with Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Rashard Lewis, Reggie Evans, Mario Chalmers and Tre Simmons.
- Former 2007 NBA number one overall pick Greg Oden, was selected by the Aliens with the 7th pick in round one of the 2019 BIG3 draft. Oden joins captains Kendrick Perkins, Shannon Brown, Andre Owens, and coach Nate “Tiny” Archibald.
- Adding a new element to the BIG3 this season, international players are now eligible to play in the league. Serbian born, #1 ranked FIBA 3-on-3 player Dusan Bulut was selected in the third round by Ball Hogs captain Brian Scalabrine to play alongside Deshawn Stevenson and Josh Childress who are coached by NBA Hall of Famer Rick Barry. Yakhouba Diawara, the 6th overall pick in the 1st round, joins Tri-State alongside Jermaine O’Neal, Amar’e Stoudemire, Nate Robinson, Jason Richardson, Bonzi Wells and coach Dr. Julius Erving. Carlos Arroyo was selected by Trilogy to join Jason Terry, James White, David Hawkins, Patrick O’Bryant, and Sam Young.
- Franklin Session, Drew League standout, was named a co-captain of the Killer 3’s. He’ll lead the team alongside Stephen Jackson and Metta World Peace. With tonight’s selections, Josh Powell, Donte Greene, and C.J. Watson will round out the squad coached by New York legend Charles Oakley.
- New marquee former NBA players drafted into the BIG3 include C.J. Watson, Jason Richardson, Brandon Rush, and Mario Chalmers.
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