Kansas Jayhawks in the NBA (2009-10 Season)

Player

Position

Years at KU

NBA Team

Round Drafted (Year)

Darrell Arthur

F

2007-08

Memphis Grizzlies

1st, 27th overall (2008)

Mario Chalmers

G

2006-08

Miami Heat

2nd, 34th overall (2008)

Nick Collison

F

2000-03

Oklahoma City Thunder

1st, 12th overall (2003)

Drew Gooden

F

2000-02

Dallas Mavericks

1st, 4th overall (2002)

Kirk Hinrich

F

1999-2003

Chicago Bulls

1st, 7th overall (2003)

Darnell Jackson

F

2005-08

Cleveland Cavaliers

2nd, 52nd overall (2008)

Paul Pierce

F/G

1996-98

Boston Celtics

1st, 10th overall (1998)

Brandon Rush

F

2006-08

Indiana Pacers

1st, 13th overall (2008)

Julian Wright

F

2006-07

New Orleans Hornets

1st, 13th overall (2007)

Click on a players name to be directed to their NBA.com profile.

So far this year, it has not been a particularly good season for former Jayhawks.  First of all, long time veterans Raef LaFrentz and Jacque Vaughn were not picked up by any teams this season.  No other current pro is doing as well this year as before.

Darrell Arthur - In his first NBA season with the Grizzlies in 2008-09, Arthur ranked in the top 10 among NBA rookies in rebounds (4.6, 8th), blocks (0.68, 7th) and steals (0.68, 10th) and added 5.6 points in 76 games (64 starts). Unfortunately, the 6-9, 235-pound forward is slated to miss up to four months this season after undergoing surgery to repair a partially torn right pectoralis muscle on Oct. 23. As of this writing, he has rejoined the Grizzlies, but not expected to play soon.

Mario Chalmers - He began his second NBA season as a starter, and through 26 games this season, he has averaged 8.9 ppg and 4.3 assists, slightly below his rookie season.  However, he has recently been replaced as a starter by Carlos Arroyo, who has not matched up number-wise to Chalmers coming off the bench.

Nick Collison - Struggling with injuries and relegated to coming off the bench in his sixth year in the league, Nick's minutes are down this year, averaging 5.4 ppg and 4.1 rebounds per game.

Drew Gooden - After being traded by the Spurs to the Mavericks, Gooden has been a part-time starter due to several minor injuries. Through 25 games, he has been scoring 7.5 ppg and gathering 6.4 rebounds per game, somewhat below his 7-year career averages.

Kirk Hinrich - After five years as the starting point guard for the Bulls, Hinrich has come off the bench last year and this.  Through 25 games, he has scored 8.5 ppg with 3.8 assists per game.  However, starting shooting guard John Salmons has been playing poorly lately, giving rise to the idea that Hinrich may regain a starting role.

Darnell Jackson - In his second season with the Cavaliers, Jackson has been getting about 5 minutes per game.

Paul Pierce - Paul's scoring and rebounding averages in his 12th year are slightly down from career levels, although he has had considerably more help now than in the earlier years with the Celtics.  Unfortunately, as of this writing, he is scheduled to be out for two weeks due to an infected leg.

Brandon Rush - In his second season as a Pacer, Rush is still not measuring up to expectations.  Starting 21 of 26 games this year, he is averaging 7.7 points and 4.2 rebounds per game.

Julian Wright - After opening the season as a starter, he's now apparently out of favor with the coach  and having some injury problems, Wright has averaged 14.1 minutes played in only 17 games.

 

 

 

November, 2008

Eleven former Jayhawks were on the rosters of NBA teams starting this season.

  • Darrell Arthur

Originally drafted by the Portland TrailBlazers as the 27th overall pick, Arthur ended up with the Memphis Grizzlies after two trades.  Now the Grizzlies starting forward, Darrell is scoring 6.7 ppg and rebounding 8.0 pg. He recently scored 23 points in a game against San Antonio.

  • Kirk Hinrich

Just after regaining his starting guard position for the Chicago Bulls, Hinrich injured his right thumb in the third quarter in Chicagoís 100-83 victory over Phoenix November 7.  He needs surgery to repair a torn ligament and will miss up to three months.

  • Mario Chalmers

Selected 34th overall in the NBA draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves, Mario is now the starting point guard for the Miami Heat, and is scoring 6.8 ppg  and rebounding 3.8 rpg.  In a recent game, he set a Heat record of 9 steals.

  • Nick Collison

Nick is the starting center for the Oklahoma City Thunder, averaging 6.0 ppg and 6.7 rpg.

  • Drew Gooden

Drew, after being traded by the Cleveland Cavaliers during the off-season, is now the starting power forward for the Chicago Bulls.  He is currently averaging 12.0 ppg and 8.5 rpg.  With the ugliest beard in the NBA, heís now challenging Scot Pollard as KUís weirdest alum.

  • Darnell Jackson

Darnell was drafted 22nd in the second round by the Miami Heat, is now a forward with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Unfortunately, he incurred a wrist injury during a preseason exhibition game and will be out of action indefinitely.

  • Raef LaFrentz

A forward/center for the Portland TrailBlazers, Raef could miss the majority of the regular season due to a shoulder injury.  He has been bothered since last season, when he only played in 39 games.

  • Paul Pierce

All-Star Pierce, a shooting guard on the NBA champion Celtic, is scoring 17.9 ppg and gathering 8.3 rpg. An all-around player, Pierce had 20 points, nine rebounds and five assists in the Celtics' win over the Thunder on Wednesday , November 5.

  • Brandon Rush

Brandon was selected 16th overall by the Portland TrailBlazers, and was then traded to the Indiana Pacers. Brandon has become a key small forward sub for the Pacers, usually the 6th or 7th person off the bench, with 6.2 ppg and 2.0 rpg.

  • Jacque Vaughn

An 11-year veteran of the NBA, Vaughn has been a reliable backup point guard for the San Antonio Spurs.  However, he is being challenged by rookie George Hill, and has recently incurred an injury.  Could be his last year.

  • Julian Wright

Wright started getting some good playing time as a reserve small forward for the New Orleans Hornets last season, but his minutes have been drastically cut so far this season.

  • Scot Pollard

A reserve forward for the Celtics last year, is now biding time while waiting to be called up.  Likely his last year too.

NBA D-LEAGUE

The league just had their draft a few days ago and the season wonít start for a couple of more weeks.  So thereís a lot of time for roster changes.

  • Billy Thomas

Thomas has spent the past 10 years moving from team to team, from league to league. Throw a dart at a map, and Thomas may have played there. Places such as Argentina, Serbia and Cincinnati. Heís had four brief visits to the NBA.  He spent most of last season in the D-League, but got in a few games as a shooting guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers, who cut him in the preseason.

  • Eric Chenowith

Played for the Idaho Stampede last year.

  • Russell Robinson

Robinson will play in Reno: Former KU point guard Russell Robinson has left his professional team in Turkey in order to play                the Reno (Nev.) Bighorns of the NBA Developmental League. Robinson was tapped in the second round of the NBADL draft on Friday.

  • Keith Langford

An All-Star in the NBA D-League Austin Toros last year. 

OVERSEAS

  • Sasha Kaun

Kaun was drafted in the second round (56th overall) by the Seattle SuperSonics with the 56th overall pick. His rights were traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers for cash considerations. However, he signed a three-years with CSKA Moscow for a reported $1.6 million per year

  • Aaron Miles

He is currently playing with the Greek Euroleague club Panionios on Telecoms, Athens.

  • Wayne Simien

After being on the 2006 NBA champion Miami Heat, Wayne sat out all last year with injuries, and recently signed with Spainís Caceres Cuidad de Baloncesto as a power forward.

FORMER JAYHAWKS:

  • C.J. Giles

Giles, who transferred to Oregon State after being dismissed from KU, was recently signed by the L. A. Lakers, but isnít listed on their current roster.

  • J. R. Giddens

The Boston Celtics, who could have picked Mario Chalmers in this yearís draft, stupidly picked former Jayhawk J. R. Giddens, who transferred to New Mexico, after being kicked off the team.  Giddens didnít make the Celticsí roster.

 

 

 

Source:  KUAthletics.com

NAME

LETTERS
AT KU

ROUND
DRAFTED

TEAM(S)

SEASON(S)

Black, Charlie

1942-43;
46-47



Anderson Packers (NBL)

1947-48

Fort Wayne Pistons (NBA)

1948-49

Indianapolis Jets

1949

Milwaukee Hawks

1951-52

Bohnenstiel, Roger

1966-68

(9)

New York Knicks



Born, B.H.

1952-54

(3)

Fort Wayne Pistons (NBA)



Bridges, Bill

1959-61

(3)

St. Louis Hawks

1962-68

Atlanta Hawks

1969-71

Philadelphia 76ers

1972

Los Angeles Lakers

1973-74

Golden State Warriors

1975

Brown, Roger

1969-71

(3)

Los Angeles Lakers

1972-73

Carolina Cougars (ABA)

1972-73

San Antonio Spurs (ABA)

1973

Virginia Squires (ABA)

1974

Detroit Pistons

1975-77

Denver Nuggets (ABA)

1976

Chicago Bulls

1980

Calloway, Rick

1990



Boston Celtics

1991

Sacramento Kings

1991

Carroll, Randolph

1978-79

(10)

Phoenix Suns



Chamberlain,
Wilt

1957-58

(1)

Philadelphia Warriors

1959-62

San Francisco Warriors

1962-64

Philadelphia 76ers

1965-68

Los Angeles Lakers

1968-73

Cook, Norm

1974-76

(1)

Boston Celtics

1976-77

Denver Nuggets (NBA)

1977-78

Crawford, John

1978-81

(7)

Philadelphia 76ers



Dreiling, Greg

1984-86

(2)

Indiana Pacers (NBA)

1986-1993

Dallas Mavericks

1994, 1997

Cleveland Cavaliers

1996

Douglas, John

1977-78

*(6)

San Diego Clippers

1981-83

Ellison, Nolen

1961-63

(4)

Baltimore Bullets



Eskridge, Jack

1946-48



Chicago Stags/Indianapolis Jets

1948-49

Franz, Ron

1965-67

(10)

Oakland Oaks (ABA)

1967-68

New Orleans Buccaneers

1968-70

Floridians (ABA)

1970-72

Memphis Tams (ABA)

1972-73

Dallas Chaparrals (ABA)

1973

Guy, Tony

1979-82

(2)

Boston Celtics



Hancock, Darrin

1994

(2)

Charlotte Hornets

1995-Present

Milwaukee Bucks

1996

Atlanta Hawks

1997

Henry, Carl

1983-84

(4)

Kansas City Kings

1984-85

Sacramento Kings

1985-86

Hightower, Wayne

1960-61

(1)

San Francisco Warriors

1962-64

Baltimore Bullets

1964-66

Detroit Pistons

1967

Denver Rockets (ABA)

1967-69

Los Angeles Stars (ABA)

1969-70

Utah Stars (ABA)

1970

Texas Chaparrals (ABA)

1971

Carolina Cougars (ABA)

1971-72

Housey, Art

1980-81

(3)

Dallas Mavericks



Hunter, Cedric

1984-87



Charlotte Hornets

1992

Jordan, Adonis

1990-93

(2)

Seattle Supersonics



Denver Nuggets

1994

Kelley, Alan

1953-54

(7)

Milwaukee Hawks



Kelley, Dean

1951-53

(8)

Fort Wayne Pistons



Kellogg, Ron

1983-86

(2)

Atlanta Hawks



King, Maurice

1955-57

(6)

Boston Celtics

1959-60

Chicago Stags (NBA)

1962-63

Koenigs, Ken

1975-78

(5)

Cleveland Cavaliers



Lochmann, Riney

1964-66



Dallas Chaparrals (ABA)

1967-70

Loneski, Ron

1957-59

(10)

St. Louis Hawks



Lopes, Al

1965-66



Baltimore Bullets



Lovellette, Clyde

1950-52



Minneapolis Lakers

1953-57

Cincinnati Royals

1957-58

St. Louis Hawks

1958-62

Boston Celtics

1962-64

Magley, David

1979-82

(2)

Cleveland Cavaliers

1982-83

Manning, Danny

1985-88

(1)

Los Angeles Clippers

1988-1994

Atlanta Hawks

1994

Phoenix Suns

1995-Present

Marshall, Archie

1986, 88

(3)

San Antonio Spurs



Martin, Brian

1982-84

^(9)

Seattle SuperSonics

1985-86

Portland Trailblazers

1985-86

Mokeski, Paul

1976-79

(2)

Houston Rockets

1979-80

Detroit Pistons

1980-82

Cleveland Cavaliers

1982-83

Milwaukee Bucks

1983-1989

Cleveland Cavaliers

1989-1991

 

 

 

Golden State Warriors

1991

Nash, Dave

1968-69

(4)

Chicago Bulls



Nobles, Herb

1976-77

(6)

Detroit Pistons



Pritchard, Kevin

1986-90

(2)

Golden State Warriors

1990-1991

Boston Celtics

1991

Randall, Mark

1987,
89-91

(1)

Chicago Bulls

1991

Minnesota Timberwolves

1992

Detroit Pistons

1993

Denver Nuggets

1994-1995

Reich, Gil

1953

(11)

Boston Celtics



Robisch, Dave

1969-71

(5)

Denver Rockets (ABA)

1971-74

San Diego Conquistadors (ABA)

1975

Indiana Pacers (ABA-NBA)

1975-78

Cleveland Cavaliers

1979-81

Denver Nuggets (NBA)

1981-84

Kansas City Kings

1984

Russell, Pierre

1969-71

(13)

Kentucky Colonels (ABA)

1971-73

Schnellbacher, Otto

1943;
46-48



St. Louis Bombers (NBA)

1948-49

Providence Steamrollers (NBA)

1948-49

Sloan, Bruce

1967-69

(11)

Philadelphia 76ers



Suttle, Rick

1973-75

(7)

Los Angeles Lakers



Stallworth, Bud

1970-72

(1)

Seattle SuperSonics

1972-74

New Orleans Jazz

1974-77

Thompson, Calvin

1983-86

(4)

New York Knicks



Unseld, George

1963-64



Los Angeles Stars (ABA)



Walters, Rex

1992-93

(1)

New Jersey Nets

1994-1996

Philadelphia 76ers

1996-98

Miami Heat

1998

Wesley, Walt

1964-66

(1)

Cincinnati Royals

1966-69

Chicago Bulls

1969-70

Cleveland Cavaliers

1970-72

Phoenix Suns

1973

Capital Bullets

1973-74

Philadelphia 76ers

1974-75

Milwaukee Bucks

1975

Los Angeles Lakers

1975-76

White, Jo Jo

1966-69

(1)

Boston Celtics

1969-78

Golden State Warriors

1978-80

Kansas City Kings

1980-81

Wilson, Bobby

1966



Dallas Chaparrals (ABA)

1967-68

Valentine, Darnell

1978-81

(1)

Portland Trailblazers

1981-86

Los Angeles Clippers

1986-1988

Cleveland Cavaliers

1988-1989

^Selected by Indiana (NBA) in 1984 Draft.
*Selected by New Orleans (NBA) in 1978 Draft.
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Ex-Jayhawks made splash in playoffs

J-W Staff Reports , Saturday, May 28, 2005

Kansas University was well represented in the National Basketball Assn. this past season. In fact, the Jayhawks had nine players in the league. Kentucky led all colleges with 13 NBA players; Duke 10, while KU and Connecticut had nine. All but one former Jayhawks in the NBA -- Drew Gooden -- made the roster of a playoff team.

KU coach Bill Self is not surprised at the number of Jayhawks succeeding in the pros. "You look at teams that traditionally do the best year in and out. Those teams are the ones with the best players," Self said. "Kansas over the last 15-plus years has had arguably with the exception of one or two programs, the best players in America. I think and hope it'll continue. Kansas takes a back seat to no one in terms of NBA caliber players."

Here's a look at how KU's NBAers fared this season:

Kirk Hinrich, Chicago: The second-year point guard averaged 15.7 points and 6.4 assists and 3.9 rebounds a game. He started in and played in 77 games. Hinrich canned 39.2 percent of his shots, 37.2 percent from three-point land. In six playoff games, he exploded for 21.2 ppg and 5.8 apg.

Nick Collison, Seattle: The second-year reserve forward, who didn't play two years ago because of a pair of shoulder surgeries, averaged 5.6 points and 4.6 boards in 82 games, including four starts. He hit 53.7 percent of his shots. In 11 playoff games, he averaged 8.4 points and 5.0 boards.

Drew Gooden, Cleveland: The third-year forward averaged 14.4 points and 9.2 boards for the Cavs, who barely missed the playoffs, getting eliminated on the last day of the season. He hit 46.6 percent of his shots while starting 80 of 82 games.

Raef LaFrentz, Boston: The seventh-year forward averaged 11.1 points and 6.9 rebounds per game in starting all 80 games. He made 47.3 percent of his shots and 36.3 from three-point land. In seven playoff games, he averaged 6.9 points and 4.9 boards.

Greg Ostertag, Sacramento: The 10th-year center averaged 4.8 points and 5.6 boards in 56 games. He made three starts. Ostertag hit 44 percent of his shots, just 34.2 percent of his charities. In two playoff games, he averaged 3.0 points and 4.5 boards.

Paul Pierce, Boston: The seventh-year forward averaged 21.6 points and 6.5 rebounds. Starting all 82 games, he hit 45.5 percent of his shots and 37 percent of his threes. In seven playoff games, he averaged 22.9 points and 7.7 boards.

Scot Pollard, Indianapolis: The eighth-year forward averaged 3.9 points and 4.2 boards while playing in 49 games, starting 17. He made 47.3 percent of his shots. In nine playoff games, Pollard averaged 1.4 points and 1.2 boards.

Jacque Vaughn, New Jersey: The eighth-year guard averaged 5.3 points and 1.9 assists while playing in 71 games, starting 34. He made 44.9 percent of his shots and 33.3 percent of his threes. He was injured and didn't participate in the playoffs.

Billy Thomas, New Jersey: The 29-year-old rookie averaged 3.7 points and 1.4 boards in 25 games. He hit 17 of 56 threes for 30.4 percent. He missed one shot in two playoff games.

LaFrentz, who is signed through 2008-09, made $9,714,500 last season; Pierce, signed through 06-07, made $12,584,700; Pollard, signed through next season, made $5,792,250; Gooden, signed through next season, made $3,214,000; Hinrich, signed through 06-07, made $2,349,840; Ostertag, signed through next season, made $4 million; Collison, signed through 06-07, made $1,969,680; Thomas made an NBA minimum in a pro-rated contract for number of games; Vaughn, signed through 05-06, made $932,546.

Jayhawks Plentiful in the NBA, by Chuck Woodling, April 17, 2007

BASKETBALL-REFERENCE.COM      http://www.basketball-reference.com/colleges/kansas.html

 

Player                From-To      G    MP    FG   FGA   3P  3PA    FT   FTA  ORB  DRB   TRB   AST  STL  BLK   TO   PF   PTS 
+---------------------+---------+----+-----+-----+-----+----+----+-----+-----+----+----+-----+-----+----+----+----+----+-----+
 Charlie Black         1950-1952  136   117   435  1535             375   624              31   312                 551  1245
 Bill Bridges          1963-1975  926 30878  4181  9463            2650  3824  257  376 11054  2553   69   36      3375 11012
 Roger Brown           1973-1980  239  2678   236   581    2    2   111   178  312  523   835   118   52  130  143  461   585
 Rick Calloway         1991-1991   64   678    75   192    0    2    55    79   25   53    78    61   22    7   51   98   205
 Wilt Chamberlain*     1960-1973 1045 47859 12681 23497            6057 11862           23924  4643                2075 31419
 Nick Collison         2005-2007  230  5222   715  1384    0    8   316   430  528  882  1410   188  103  151  262  754  1746
 Norm Cook             1977-1978   27   148    28    75               9    17   11   19    30     6   10    3    0   31    65
 John Douglas          1982-1983   67  1043   182   395   19   61    69   104   27   64    91   147   48    9   92  147   452
 Greg Dreiling         1987-1997  474  4241   375   803    3    9   261   402  287  731  1018   186   82  137  250  923  1014
 Jack Eskridge         1949-1949   23          25    69              14    20                    14                  25    64
 Ronald Franz          1968-1973  403  9912  1765  3945   53  190  1150  1635  569 1090  2128   668            762 1120  4733
 Drew Gooden           2003-2007  390 10942  1893  3985   30  127   887  1241 1030 2040  3070   446  314  260  630 1001  4703
 Darrin Hancock        1995-1997  133  1395   196   370    2    6    73   126   58  111   169    89   56   10   97  157   467
 Carl Henry            1986-1986   28   149    31    67    4   10    12    17    8   11    19     4    5    0    9   11    78
 Wayne Hightower       1968-1972  565 15474  2320  6096    0   15  1928  2564  469 1085  3966   959            572 1707  6568
 Kirk Hinrich          2004-2007  314 11300  1689  4084  555 1455   799   982  135  990  1125  2025  417   86  759 1045  4732
 Cedric Hunter         1992-1992    1     1     0     0    0    0     0     0    0    0     0     0    0    0    0    0     0
 Adonis Jordan         1994-1999   10    97     8    27    3   12     2     4    3    3     6    22    3    1    8    6    21
 Maury King            1960-1963   38   973    99   249              28    35             106   144                  90   226
 Raef LaFrentz         1999-2007  524 14254  2200  4720  478 1311   747  1047  966 2390  3356   600  264  902  501 1804  5625
 Riney Lochmann        1968-1970  170  2205   296   730    5   16   134   221  117  183   466   143            121  312   731
 Clyde Lovellette*     1954-1964  704 19075  4784 10795            2379  3141            6663  1165                2289 11947
 Dave Magley           1983-1983   14    56     4    16    0    1     4     8    2    8    10     2    2    0    2    5    12
 Danny Manning         1989-2003  883 24202  5026  9835   41  199  2274  3120 1523 3092  4615  2063 1000  752 1853 2895 12367
 Brian Martin          1986-1986    8    21     3     7    0    0     0     2    1    3     4     0    0    1    2    7     6
 Aaron Miles           2006-2006   19   118     6    18    0    0     4     4    0   14    14    24    4    1   11   13    16
 Paul Mokeski          1980-1991  694  9739  1099  2437   11   51   555   800  709 1633  2342   500  228  307  585 1818  2764
 Greg Ostertag         1996-2006  756 14753  1339  2757    1   10   833  1465 1475 2670  4145   443  189 1293  684 1873  3512
 Paul Pierce           1999-2007  652 24616  5047 11481 1096 3044  4185  5292  744 3495  4239  2526 1084  467 2040 1925 15375
 Scot Pollard          1998-2007  484  8199   846  1715    0    2   491   692  887 1427  2314   217  296  346  299 1135  2183
 Kevin Pritchard       1991-1996   94  1125   119   298    8   43    94   119   17   73    90   152   37   13   82  146   340
 Mark Randall          1992-1995  127   883   128   289    6   39    70    97   79   81   160    56   24    8   53   95   332
 Ryan Robertson        2000-2000    1    25     2     6    0    2     1     1    0    0     0     0    0    0    0    0     5
 Dave Robisch          1977-1984  930 22780  3997  8620    0   14  2587  3241 1992 4181  6173  1656  382  366  986 2069 10581
 Giff Roux             1947-1949  151         239   854             139   272                    49                 185   617
 Pierre Russell        1972-1973  110  1015   184   419    2   20    65    99   94  128   222   112             66  136   435
 Otto Schnellbacher    1949-1949   43          93   280              89   133                    64                 109   275
 Wayne Simien          2006-2007   51   507    67   143    0    0    35    41   43   56    99    11   15    1   27   83   169
 Bud Stallworth        1973-1977  313  5489  1021  2466             361   526  190  446   861   213  129   51       686  2403
 Billy Thomas          2005-2006   42   487    47   134   27   86     9    11   12   38    50    26   24    2   15   48   130
 Darnell Valentine     1982-1991  620 14395  1993  4560   41  157  1373  1744  351  967  1318  3080  910   58 1240 1358  5400
 Jacque Vaughn         1998-2007  672 11227  1155  2670   91  259   691   888  131  801   932  1705  374   14  723 1144  3092
 Rex Walters           1994-2000  335  4602   572  1296  187  518   216   267   81  322   403   569  129   30  291  439  1547
 Walt Wesley           1967-1976  590 10306  2002  4614             998  1585   81  119  3243   385   16   25      1448  5002
 Jo Jo White           1970-1981  837 29941  6169 13874    1    6  2060  2471  472 1468  3345  4095  686  112  504 2056 14399
 Bobby Wilson          1968-1968   69  1562   226   581    1    2   163   265             450    55            127  209   616