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Big 12 Conference - NBA Draft Notebook
June 20, 2019
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• The Big 12 has had a player selected among the top seven picks in 12 of the last 13 seasons (2006-15, 16-18).

• The Big 12 has had at least one first-round draft choice in 21 of 22 seasons. There has been at least one athlete among the top 10 overall selections in 17 of 22 seasons.

• The Big 12 has had two players drafted No. 1 overall (Andrew Wiggins, 2014; Blake Griffin, 2009). Three different conference players have been selected No. 2 overall (LaMarcus Aldridge, 2006; Kevin Durant, 2007; Michael Beasley, 2008).

• The Big 12 has had 29 first-round picks in the last nine years.

• A total of 55 Big 12 players have been drafted since 2010, with nine or more players picked in the same draft three times since 2008.

• The Big 12 has had at least four players drafted in 14 of the last 15 years. Overall, there have been 17 times in the 22-year draft history of the Big 12 that at least four athletes have been chosen.

• There have been 116 players from the Big 12 selected since the first season in 1996-97.

• Kansas has had the most selections as a Big 12 team with 33 in the past 22 years. Texas is next among current members with 19 picks, followed by Iowa State (11), Oklahoma (10), Oklahoma State (9), Baylor (8), Texas Tech (4), Kansas State (3) and West Virginia (1).

Lottery Picks (By Conference) Since 2000
ACC (15 teams) 40
SEC (14 teams) 35
BIG 12 (10 teams) 33
Pac-12 (12 teams) 31
Big East (10 teams) 29
Big Ten (14 teams) 22

List above includes schools that were in their respective conference from the previous season at the time of the NBA Draft and do not necessarily reflect current membership.

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