Anthony Brown goes No. 1 overall in D-League draft

The Erie BayHawks selected former Laker Anthony Brown with the No. 1 overall pick in Sunday’s 2016 NBA D-League Draft.

The Stanford product’s selection comes six days after he was waived by the Lakers before his second NBA season began.

Jaleel Roberts, Alex Hamilton, Travis Leslie and Chris Horton rounded out the Top 5.

2016 NBA D-League Draft Results

  1. Anthony Brown (Stanford) <--> Erie
  2. Jaleel Roberts (UNC-Asheville) <--> Santa Cruz
  3. Alex Hamilton (Louisiana Tech) <--> Oklahoma City (traded to SCW)
  4. Travis Leslie (Georgia) <--> Fort Wayne
  5. Chris Horton (Austin Peay) <--> Grand Rapids (from SLC)
  6. Dallas Lauderdale (Ohio St) <--> Fort Wayne (from GRD; traded to MNE)
  7. Brannen Greene (Kansas) <--> Delaware
  8. Michael Bryson (UC Santa Barbara) <--> Northern Arizona
  9. Keith Hornsby (LSU) <--> Texas
  10. LaDontae Henton (Providence) <--> Santa Cruz (from RAP)
  11. Quinton Chievous (Hamilton) <--> Iowa
  12. Aaron Thomas (Florida St) <--> Windy City
  13. Shonn Miller (Connecticut) <--> Greensboro
  14. Boris Dallo (France) <--> Long Island
  15. Jaylen Bland (Cal-Riverside) <--> Salt Lake City (from LAD)
  16. Max Hooper (Oakland) <--> Westchester
  17. TJ Price (Western Kentucky) <--> Rio Grande Valley
  18. Maurice Bolden (Southern Mississippi) <--> Austin
  19. Roosevelt Jones (Butler) <--> Canton
  20. Adam Woodbury (Iowa) <--> Maine (traded to FWN)
  21. Ameen Tanksley (Hofstra) <--> Rio Grande Valley (from RNO)
  22. Ike Nwamu (UNLV) <--> Sioux Falls

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