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Duke, UNC have 15 NBA players, NC State has 1

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Duke and North Carolina each have 15 players on opening day NBA rosters, according to a survey by the ACC.

Georgia Tech is actually next in the league, with players in the league.

N.C. State has only one NBA player, former star J.J. Hickson. No player from last season's Wolfpack team, including early entry candidates C.J. Leslie and Lorenzo Brown, made an NBA roster.

 

Player  School  NBA Team

Jared Dudley (Boston College)  LA Clippers

Reggie Jackson  (Boston College)  Oklahoma City

Trevor Booker   (Clemson) Washington

Elton Brand     (Duke)    Atlanta

Mason Plumlee   (Duke)    Brooklyn

Gerald Henderson        (Duke)    Charlotte

Josh McRoberts  (Duke)    Charlotte

Carlos Boozer   (Duke)    Chicago

Luol Deng       (Duke)    Chicago

Mike Dunleavy   (Duke)    Chicago

Kyrie Irving    (Duke)    Cleveland

Kyle Singler    (Duke)    Detroit

J.J. Redick     (Duke)    LA Clippers

Ryan Kelly      (Duke)    LA Lakers

Shane Battier   (Duke)    Miami

Austin Rivers   (Duke)    New Orleans

Lance Thomas    (Duke)    New Orleans

Miles Plumlee   (Duke)    Phoenix

Bernard James    (Florida State)   Dallas

Toney Douglas   (Florida State)   Golden State

Chris Singleton (Florida State)   Washington

Jarrett Jack    (Georgia Tech)    Cleveland

Will Bynum      (Georgia Tech)   Detroit

Chris Bosh      (Georgia Tech)    Miami

Thaddeus Young  (Georgia Tech)    Philadelphia

Derrick Favors  (Georgia Tech)    Utah

Glen Rice       (Georgia Tech)    Washington

Anthony Morrow  (Georgia Tech)    New Orleans

Iman Shumpert   (Georgia Tech)    New York

Steve Blake     (Maryland)        LA Lakers

Alex Len        (Maryland)        Phoenix

Greivis Vasquez (Maryland)        Sacramento

Shane Larkin    (Miami)   Dallas

James Jones     (Miami)   Miami

John Salmons    (Miami)   Sacramento

J.J. Hickson      (NC State)        Denver

Brendan Haywood (North Carolina)  Charlotte

Vince Carter    (North Carolina)  Dallas

Wayne Ellington (North Carolina)  Dallas

Brandan Wright  (North Carolina)  Dallas

Ty Lawson       (North Carolina)  Denver

Harrison Barners        (North Carolina)  Golden State

Reggie Bullock  (North Carolina)  LA Clippers

Raymond Felton  (North Carolina)  New York

Antawn Jamison  (North Carolina)  LA Clippers

Ed Davis        (North Carolina)  Memphis

John Henson     (North Carolina)  Milwaukee

Danny Green     (North Carolina)  San Antonio

Tyler Hansbrough        (North Carolina) Toronto

Marvin Williams (North Carolina)  Utah

Tyler Zeller    (North Carolina)  Cleveland

DeJuan Blair    (Pittsburgh)      Dallas

Steven Adams    (Pittsburgh)      Oklahoma City

Aaron Gray      (Pittsburgh)      Toronto

James Southerland       (Syracuse)       Charlotte

Dion Waiters    (Syracuse)        Cleveland

Wesley Johnson  (Syracuse)        LA Lakers

Arinze Onuaku   (Syracuse)        New Orleans

Carmelo Anthony (Syracuse)        New York

Michael Carter-Williams (Syracuse)        Philadelphia

Mike Scott      (Virginia)       Atlanta

Roger Mason Jr. (Virginia)        Miami

Jeff Teague     (Wake Forest)     Atlanta

Chris Paul      (Wake Forest)     LA Clippers

Al-Farouq Aminu (Wake Forest)     New Orleans

Ishamel Smith   (Wake Forest)    Phoenix

Tim Duncan      (Wake Forest)     San Antonio

 

School 

Duke    15     

North Carolina  15     

Georgia Tech    8      

Syracuse        6      

Wake Forest     5      

Florida State   3      

Maryland        3      

Miami   3      

Pittsburgh      3      

Boston College  2      

Virginia        2      

Clemson 1      

N.C. State        1      

 

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