BIG3 Basketball League Draft Results

Ice Cube’s BIG3 League had its inaugural draft on Sunday in Las Vegas. It was a much anticipated event as some of the best retired players from the NBA are already part of the league, while others can join their teams if selected by one of the eight teams.

Here’s a look at the draft results:

Big3 Draft Results
Pick Team Player
1 Trilogy Rashad McCants
2 3’s Company Andre Owens
3 Killer 3s Reggie Evans
4 Tri-State Xavier Silas
5 3 Headed Monsters Kwame Brown
6 Power Jerome Williams
7 Ball Hogs Derrick Byars
8 Ghost Ballers Maurice Evans
9 Ghost Ballers Marcus Banks
10 Ball Hogs Rasual Butler
11 Power DeShawn Stevenson
12 3 Headed Monsters Eddie Basden
13 Tri-State Lee Nailon
14 Killer 3s Larry Hughes
15 3’s Company Mike Sweetney
16 Trilogy James White
17 3 Headed Monsters Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
18 Ball Hogs Dominic McGuire
19 Trilogy Dion Glover
20 Power Moochie Norris
21 3’s Company Ruben Patterson
22 Ghost Ballers Ivan Johnson
23 Tri-State Mike James
24 Killer 3s Brian Cook

And here’s the final rosters:

Big 3 Rosters
Team Coach Players
3’s Company Allen Iverson Allen Iverson (captain), DerMarr Johnson (co-captain), Andre Owens, Michael Sweetney, Ruben Patterson
3 Headed Monsters Gary Payton Rashard Lewis (captain), Jason Williams (co-captain), Kwame Brown, Eddie Basden, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
Ghost Ballers George Gervin Mike Bibby (captain), Ricky Davis (co-captain), Maurice Evans, Marcus Banks, Ivan Johnson
Killer 3s Charles Oakley Chauncey Billups (captain), Stephen Jackson (co-captain), Reggie Evans, Larry Hughes, Brian Cook
Power Clyde Drexler Corey Maggette (captain), Cuttino Mobley (co-captain), Jerome Williams, DeShawn Stevenson, Moochie Norris
Trilogy Rick Mahorn Kenyon Martin (captain), Al Harrington (co-captain), Rashad McCants, James White, Dion Glover
Tri-State Julius Erving Jermaine O’Neal (captain), Bonzi Wells (co-captain), Xavier Silas, Lee Nailon, Mike James
Ball Hogs Rick Barry Brian Scalabrine (captain), Josh Childress (co-captain), Derrick Byars, Rasual Butler, Ivan Johnson


The league, which was co-founded by Ice Cube, will begin play June 28. Its 10-week schedule will travel to 10 cities, concluding in Las Vegas for the championship on Aug. 26.

“I think the game is gonna stay competitive [because] 52 percent of the revenue will go to the players,” Ice Cube told Maya A. Jones of The Undefeated. “If you win a championship, you get more of the money than everybody else. Second place and so on all the way to eighth place.

“Guys are playing for either a big chunk of the money or a little chunk of the money, but I think it’s a great incentive to give real play because what we didn’t want to do was put on an all-star game and not have a game. You know, we want all-stars there playing hard.”

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