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Kenyon Martin was the first to shake David Stern's hand.
Grand Kenyon
Sure, the Nets took Kenyon Martin at No. 1, and Stromile Swift went next. But the NBA draft didn't make much sense after that. The much-maligned Clippers might have taken the first step in reversing their losing ways with a wild draft night that started when they drafted prep star Darius Miles with the No. 3 pick.

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Analysis from's Andy Katz
Darius Miles no longer expects to be traded, and is actually excited about being a Clipper.

That might come as a surprise, but it makes sense after seeing what the Clippers did later in the draft. They picked Quentin Richardson at No. 18, who just happened to be Miles' workout partner leading up to the draft.

Also, Miles and Richardson are represented by the David Falk/Arn Tellem/Jeff Wechsler conglomerate. Wechsler told me that once Richardson fell to the Clippers, that sealed that Miles would stay in L.A.

The Clippers now have a lineup that includes Lamar Odom, Michael Olowokandi, Keyon Dooling, Miles, Richardson and Corey Maggette, all of whom are two years or less out of college.

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1. New Jersey Nets
PF Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati
2. Vancouver Grizzlies
PF Stromile Swift, LSU
3. L.A. Clippers
SF Darius Miles, East St. Louis, Ill.
4. Chicago Bulls
PF Marcus Fizer, Iowa State
5. Orlando Magic
SF Mike Miller, Florida
6. Atlanta Hawks
SG DerMarr Johnson, Cincinnati
7. Chicago Bulls
C Chris Mihm, Texas
Traded to Cleveland
8. Cleveland Cavaliers
PG Jamal Crawford, Michigan
Traded to Chicago
9. Houston Rockets
C Joel Pryzbilla, Minnesota
Traded to Milwaukee
10. Orlando Magic
PG Keyon Dooling, Missouri
Traded to Los Angeles Clippers
11. Boston Celtics
PF Jerome Moiso, UCLA
12. Dallas Mavericks
PF Etan Thomas, Syracuse
13. Orlando Magic
SG C. Alexander, Fresno State
Traded to Dallas
14. Detroit Pistons
PG Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State
15. Milwaukee Bucks
C Jason Collier, Georgia Tech
Traded to Houston
16. Sacramento Kings
SF Hidayet Turkoglu, Turkey
17. Seattle SuperSonics
SF Desmond Mason, Okla. State
18. L.A. Clippers
SG Quentin Richardson, DePaul
19. Charlotte Hornets
PF Jamaal Magloire, Kentucky
20. Philadelphia 76ers
PG Speedy Claxton, Hofstra
21. Toronto Raptors
SF Morris Peterson, Michigan State
22. New York Knicks
SF Donnell Harvey, Florida
Traded to Dallas
23. Utah Jazz
SG DeShawn Stevenson, Wash. Union (Calif.) HS
24. Chicago Bulls
C Dalibor Bagaric, Croatia
25. Phoenix Suns
C Iakovos Tsakalidis, Greece
26. Denver Nuggets
C Mamadou N'Diaye, Auburn
27. Indiana Pacers
C Primoz Brezec, Slovenia
28. Portland Trail Blazers
PG Erick Barkley, St. John's
29. L.A. Lakers
PF, Mark Madsen, Stanford