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228 Transactions

April 25, 2012

The San Antonio Spurs signed Derrick Byars as a free agent.

April 25, 1988

The Sacramento Kings waived Martin Nessley.

April 25, 1951

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Gene Melchiorre in the 1st round (1st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Mel Hutchins in the 1st round (2nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Marcus Freiberger in the 1st round (3rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Zeke Sinicola in the 1st round (4th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted John McConathy in the 1st round (5th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Ed Smith in the 1st round (6th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Ernie Barrett in the 1st round (7th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Sam Ranzino in the 1st round (8th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Don Sunderlage in the 1st round (9th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Whitey Skoog in the 1st round (10th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Jack Stone in the 2nd round (11th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Bill Gossett in the 2nd round (12th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Scotty Steagall in the 2nd round (13th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Jack Kiley in the 2nd round (14th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Don Savage in the 2nd round (15th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Roland Minson in the 2nd round (16th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Bill Garrett in the 2nd round (17th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Ray Ragelis in the 2nd round (18th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Mel Payton in the 2nd round (19th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Lew Hitch in the 2nd round (20th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Bill Mann in the 3rd round (21st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Ron Bontemps in the 3rd round (22nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Glenn Kammeyer in the 3rd round (23rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Jake Fendley in the 3rd round (24th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Bato Govedarica in the 3rd round (25th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Joe Luchi in the 3rd round (26th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted John Furlong in the 3rd round (27th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Fred Diute in the 3rd round (28th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Bob Schloss in the 3rd round (29th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Bob Payne in the 3rd round (30th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Bill Hagler in the 4th round (31st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Jim Slaughter in the 4th round (32nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Bill Tosheff in the 4th round (33rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Herb Hargett in the 4th round (34th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Paul Horvath in the 4th round (35th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Lloyd Sandstrom in the 4th round (36th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Bob Barnett in the 4th round (37th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Elmer Behnke in the 4th round (38th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Jud Milhon in the 4th round (39th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Gale McArthur in the 4th round (40th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Leroy Ishman in the 5th round (41st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Bob Sakel in the 5th round (42nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Bob Pierce in the 5th round (43rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Leo Johnson in the 5th round (44th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Glen Anderson in the 5th round (45th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Tom Smith in the 5th round (46th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Rip Gish in the 5th round (47th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Dan Bagley in the 5th round (48th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Mike Kearns in the 5th round (49th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Leo Vander Kuy in the 5th round (50th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Glen Duggins in the 6th round (51st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted John Rennicke in the 6th round (52nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Marv Johnson in the 6th round (53rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Frank Clasbeek in the 6th round (54th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Bob Wheeler in the 6th round (55th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Alfred McGuire in the 6th round (56th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Jim Luisi in the 6th round (57th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Jim Ove in the 6th round (58th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Bob Swails in the 6th round (59th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Deward Dopson in the 6th round (60th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Tom Riach in the 7th round (61st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Bob Ambler in the 7th round (62nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Ted Beach in the 7th round (63rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Jim Ramstead in the 7th round (64th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Roy Reardon in the 7th round (65th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Sid Ryen in the 7th round (66th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted John Azary in the 7th round (67th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted John Brown in the 7th round (68th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted George Dempsey in the 7th round (69th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Ed Head in the 7th round (70th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Bill Harper in the 8th round (71st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Aaron Preece in the 8th round (72nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted George Kelly in the 8th round (73rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted John Manning in the 8th round (74th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Tom Jockle in the 8th round (75th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Hugo Kappler in the 8th round (76th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted George Davidson in the 8th round (77th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted James Phelan in the 8th round (78th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Bob Crowe in the 9th round (79th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Wayne Tucker in the 9th round (80th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Ray Kirkwasser in the 9th round (81st pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Hugh Faulkner in the 9th round (82nd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Dan Torrey in the 10th round (83rd pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted John DeWitt in the 10th round (84th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Paul Gerwin in the 10th round (85th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Clem Pavilonis in the 11th round (86th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted John Burke in the 12th round (87th pick) of the 1951 NBA Draft.

April 25, 1950

The Chicago Stags selected Frankie Brian from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Bill Closs from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Milo Komenich from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Frank Gates from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Easy Parham from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Syracuse Nationals selected Belus Smawley from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Rochester Royals selected Charlie Black from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers selected Mac Otten from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons selected John Hargis from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Baltimore Bullets selected Red Rocha from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Baltimore Bullets selected Bill Roberts from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Baltimore Bullets selected Red Owens from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Ed Macauley from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Ed Stanczak from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Washington Capitols selected Ariel Maughan from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Washington Capitols selected Don Putman from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks selected John Logan from the St. Louis Bombers in the dispersal draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks selected Richie Niemiera from the Anderson Packers in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Chuck Share in the 1st round (1st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Don Rehfeldt in the 1st round (2nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Paul Arizin in the 1st round (3rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Bob Cousy in the 1st round (4th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Dick Schnittker in the 1st round (5th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Larry Foust in the 1st round (6th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Irwin Dambrot in the 1st round (7th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted George Yardley in the 1st round (8th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Bob Lavoy in the 1st round (9th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Joe McNamee in the 1st round (10th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Kevin O'Shea in the 1st round (11th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Don Lofgran in the 1st round (12th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Chuck Cooper in the 2nd round (13th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted John Pilch in the 2nd round (14th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Ed Dahler in the 2nd round (15th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Ed Gayda in the 2nd round (16th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Bill Sharman in the 2nd round (17th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Wally Osterkorn in the 2nd round (18th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Herb Scherer in the 2nd round (19th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Jim Riffey in the 2nd round (20th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Paul Unruh in the 2nd round (21st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted George Stanich in the 2nd round (22nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Hal Haskins in the 2nd round (23rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Gerry Calabrese in the 2nd round (24th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Bob Donham in the 3rd round (25th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Dick Dickey in the 3rd round (26th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Buddy Cate in the 3rd round (27th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Clarence Brannum in the 3rd round (28th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Alan Sawyer in the 3rd round (29th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Lou Watson in the 3rd round (30th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Stan Weber in the 3rd round (31st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Art Burris in the 3rd round (32nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Chuck Mrazovich in the 3rd round (33rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Bob Roper in the 3rd round (34th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Howie Williams in the 3rd round (35th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Stan Christie in the 3rd round (36th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Ken Reeves in the 4th round (37th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Jerry Reed in the 4th round (38th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Paul Sensky in the 4th round (39th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Paul Hicks in the 4th round (40th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Tommy O'Keefe in the 4th round (41st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Ken Murray in the 4th round (42nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Joe Ossola in the 4th round (43rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Len Rzewszewski in the 4th round (44th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Jim Line in the 4th round (45th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Chet Giermak in the 4th round (46th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Bud Grant in the 4th round (47th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Paul Merchant in the 4th round (48th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Jack Shelton in the 5th round (49th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Norm Mager in the 5th round (50th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Ike Borsavage in the 5th round (51st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Cal Christensen in the 5th round (52nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Claude Overton in the 5th round (53rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Don Stroot in the 5th round (54th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Dick Barnes in the 5th round (55th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Ed Thompson in the 5th round (56th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Sonny Allen in the 5th round (57th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Joe Nelson in the 5th round (58th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Ed Beach in the 5th round (59th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Paul Hickey in the 5th round (60th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Mo Mahoney in the 6th round (61st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Rick Harman in the 6th round (62nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Dick Dallmer in the 6th round (63rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Bob Anderson in the 6th round (64th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Warren Cartier in the 6th round (65th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Stu Inman in the 6th round (66th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Don Parsons in the 6th round (67th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Bob Metcalf in the 6th round (68th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Ralph O'Brien in the 6th round (69th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted John Givens in the 6th round (70th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Wayne Glasgow in the 6th round (71st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Mack Suprunowicz in the 6th round (72nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Dale Barnstable in the 7th round (73rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Frank Comerford in the 7th round (74th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Charles Northup in the 7th round (75th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Bill Erickson in the 7th round (76th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Jim Cathcart in the 7th round (77th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Milt Whitehead in the 7th round (78th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Dan Bagley in the 7th round (79th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Ed Jones in the 7th round (80th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Leon Blevins in the 7th round (81st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Dan Kahler in the 7th round (82nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Joe Hutton in the 7th round (83rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Lou Arko in the 7th round (84th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Frank Oftring in the 8th round (85th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted George Bush in the 8th round (86th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Brooks Ricca in the 8th round (87th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Loy Doty in the 8th round (88th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Joe Greenbach in the 8th round (89th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted George King in the 8th round (90th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Charles Hope in the 8th round (91st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Billy Joe Adcock in the 8th round (92nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Jerry Stuteville in the 8th round (93rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Carl Kraushaar in the 8th round (94th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Newt Benson in the 8th round (95th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Bob Healey in the 8th round (96th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Bob Cope in the 9th round (97th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Jack Laub in the 9th round (98th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Joe Kaufman in the 9th round (99th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Nate DeLong in the 9th round (100th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Earl Lloyd in the 9th round (101st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted John Brown in the 9th round (102nd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The New York Knicks drafted Don Heathington in the 9th round (103rd pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Fort Wayne Pistons drafted Al Henningsen in the 9th round (104th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Gene Schmidt in the 9th round (105th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Warren Switzer in the 9th round (106th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Jim Reilly in the 9th round (107th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Bob Savage in the 9th round (108th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Boston Celtics drafted Matt Forman in the 10th round (109th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Baltimore Bullets drafted Mike Zedalis in the 10th round (110th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Bernie Adams in the 10th round (111th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Keith Bloom in the 10th round (112th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Washington Capitols drafted Joe Noertker in the 10th round (113th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Chicago Stags drafted Bud Schaeffer in the 10th round (114th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Colin Anderson in the 10th round (115th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Rochester Royals drafted Harry Foley in the 10th round (116th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Minneapolis Lakers drafted Andy Butchko in the 10th round (117th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Syracuse Nationals drafted Glenn Wilkes in the 10th round (118th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Leo Wolfe in the 11th round (119th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Indianapolis Olympians drafted Jimmy Doyle in the 11th round (120th pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Ed Montgomery in the 12th round (121st pick) of the 1950 NBA Draft.