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Chris Webber and his tie at 1993 NBA Draft.


Wallace led the Tar Heels to the Final Four in 1995 and was named a Second Team AP All-America that year


June 30, 1993 - Orlando selected Michigan forward Chris Webber with the first pick in the 1993 NBA Draft, held before 15,324 fans at the Palace of Auburn Hills. The Magic, however, traded Webber's rights to Golden State for the third pick in the Draft, Memphis State guard Anfernee Hardaway and three future first round draft picks. Philadelphia tabbed 7-6 center Shawn Bradley from Brigham Young with the second overall pick.


Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway, was the 3rd pick overall in the 1993 NBA draft selected by the Golden State Warriors, then traded to the Orlando Magic for Chris Webber on draft day

from Etsy

1993 NBA Draft Canvas Mega Ticket - Webber, Hardaway, Mashburn

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Eric Riley - Round 2, Pick 33 (Dallas Mavericks) - 1993 NBA Draft

Chris Webber - Round 1, Pick 1 (Orlando Magic) - 1993 NBA Draft


A First Team All-American selection his junior year before being a 4th overall selection in the 1993 NBA Draft..Monster Mash

from Bleacher Report

14 Best Post Players in Tar Heels' History

9 Feb 1993: George Lynch of the North Carolina Tar Heels stands on the court during a game against the Maryland Terrapins at the Cole Field House in College Park, Maryland. Mandatory Credit: Doug Pensinger /Allsport