Six days after being waived by the Lakers, the former second-round NBA Draft picks begins his road back to the Association. Brown averaged 14.6 points in seven games on assignment with the L.A. D-Fenders last season.
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No. 2 (Santa Cruz): Jaleel Roberts
The seven-footer played his first season out of UNC-Asheville in the South East Australian Basketball League. He has spent time with the Wizards and Bucks at NBA Summer League.
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No. 3 (Oklahoma City): Alex Hamilton
The reigning Conference USA Player of the Year, Hamilton ranks Top 5 in Louisiana Tech history in points, assists and steals.
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No. 4 (Fort Wayne): Travis Leslie
Leslie has enjoyed success at this level before, having been an NBA D-League All-Star in 2013 and won MVP honors in the All-Star Game. He played in 10 NBA games as a rookie with the Clippers in 2011.
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No. 5 (Grand Rapids): Chris Horton
Horton ranked fifth in the nation in rebounding at 12.0 boards per game last season and also averaged 18.8 points while shooting 60% from the field.
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No. 6 (Fort Wayne): Dallas Lauderdale
The former Buckeyes stalwart shined for the Idaho Stampede in 2013-14, posting 7.5 points, 8.7 rebounds and a league-high 3.0 blocks. He's spent time with the Warriors, Blazers and Hornets.
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No. 7 (Delaware): Brannen Greene
Greene declared for the 2016 NBA Draft after his junior season, but went undrafted in June. At 6-7 and just 21 years old, he provides an intriguing wing shooter for the 87ers.
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No. 8 (Northern Arizona): Michael Bryson
Bryson becomes the first Draft pick in Northern Arizona Suns history after the franchise's move from Bakersfield. He finished his Gauchos career as the school's all-time leader in three-pointers.
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No. 9 (Texas): Keith Hornsby
A senior leader for the Tigers last season, Hornsby ranked second behind Ben Simmons in scoring at 13.1 points per game.
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No. 10 (Santa Cruz): LaDontae Henton
After ranking 18th in the nation in scoring (19.7 PPG) and leading the Friars to their first NCAA tournament appearance in 15 years, Henton split his first pro season between Spain and the Philippines. He's one of two Providence players with at least 2,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds.