56 ACC Players on Opening Day NBA Rosters


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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Fifty-six players from Atlantic Coast Conference
schools were listed on the NBA's 2000-01 opening day rosters released
Tuesday. North Carolina led all ACC schools with 13 players, while
Georgia Tech and Duke were tied for second with nine players each.
Clemson was fourth with six players, followed by Maryland (5), Florida
State and Virginia with four each. NC State and Wake Forest each had
three players on NBA rosters. In addition, the ACC is the only
conference to have at least one player on each of the 29 NBA team
rosters. The following list includes players on the NBA's active
rosters and injured reserve lists.


Clemson (6)

Greg Buckner, G Dallas

Elden Campbell, C Charlotte

Dale Davis, F Portland

Horace Grant, F LA Lakers

Harold Jamison, F Miami

Chris Whitney, G Washington

Duke (9)

William Avery, G Minnesota

Elton Brand, F Chicago

Danny Ferry, F San Antonio

Trajan Langdon, G Cleveland

Christian Laettner, F Dallas

Grant Hill, G Orlando

Roshown McLeod, F Cleveland

Corey Maggette, G LA Clippers

Cherokee Parks, C Washington



Florida State (4)

Sam Cassell, G Milwaukee

George McCloud, F Denver

Bob Sura, G Golden State

Charlie Ward, G New York



Georgia Tech (9)

Kenny Anderson, G Boston

Jon Barry, G Sacramento

Travis Best, G Indiana

Jason Collier, C Houston

Matt Geiger, C Philadelphia

Dion Glover, G Atlanta

Tom Hammonds, F Minnesota

Matt Harpring, F Cleveland

Stephon Marbury, G New Jersey

Maryland (5)

Obinna Ekezie, F Washington

Steve Francis, G Houston

Tony Massenburg, F Vancouver

Laron Profit, G Washington

Walt Williams, G Houston

North Carolina (13)

Vince Carter, G Toronto

Hubert Davis, G Dallas

Rick Fox, F LA Lakers

Antawn Jamison, F Golden State

George Lynch, F Philadelphia

Jeff McInnis, G LA Clippers

Eric Montross, C Detroit

Sam Perkins, F Indiana

J.R. Reid, F Cleveland

Jerry Stackhouse, G Detroit

Rasheed Wallace, F Portland

Shammond Williams, G Seattle

Scott Williams, C Milwaukee

NC State (3)

Vinny Del Negro, G Golden State

Tom Gugliotta, F Phoenix

Todd Fuller, F Miami

Virginia (4)

John Crotty, G Utah

Olden Poynice, C Utah

Jamal Robinson, F Miami

Bryant Stith, F Boston

Wake Forest (3)

Tyrone Bogues, G Toronto

Tim Duncan, C San Antonio

Rodney Rogers, F Phoenix

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