BIG3 SuperDraft Results 2022: Complete Team Lists for the Basketball League | Launderer’s report

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Glen Rice Jr., Julian Wright and Corey Brewer introduced the players selected during the BIG3 2022 SuperDraft on Wednesday night, but will these players be enough to lead their new teams to a title?

Trilogy, who had just one pick in this year’s draft and are coached by Gary Payton, are aiming to win their third BIG3 title in 2022 and look set to do so after adding David Hawkins to their roster with the 20th pick overall.

That said, here’s a look at the 2022 BIG3 draft results and a deeper dive into each team’s roster.

Draft results

Round 1

1. Power: Glen Rice Jr.

2. Aliens: DeShawn Stephens

3. Ghost Ballers: Darnell Jackson

4. Ball Hogs: Stacy Davis IV

5. Company of 3: Julian Wright

6. Triplets: Ryan Hollins

7. Tri-State: DaJuan Summers

8. Bivouac: Jeff Ayres

9. Killer 3: Dominique Johnson

10. Enemies: Sek Henry

2nd round

11. Ball Hogs: Kuran Iverson

12. Company of 3: Alex Scales

13. Enemies: Keith Benson

14. Aliens: Adam Drexler

15. Power: TJ Cline

16. Tri-State: Garlon Green

17. Triplets: Alonzo Gee

18. Killer 3: KJ McDaniels

19. Bivouac: Corey Brewer

20. Trilogy: David Hawkins

21. Ghost Ballers: Jermaine Taylor

22. Monsters with 3 heads: Abdoulaye N’Doye

Team comps

3 headed monsters

  • Rashard Lewis (captain)
  • Reggie Evans
  • Mahmoud Abdul Rauf
  • Kevin Murphy

Company of 3

  • Mario Chalmers (captain)
  • Michael Beasley
  • Brandon Rush


  • Dusan Bulut (captain)
  • Karlis Lasmanis
  • Tomislav Ivosev

ball pigs

  • Leandro Barbosa (captain)
  • Jodie Meeks
  • will mcdonald


  • Gerald Green (captain)
  • Ike Diogou
  • Will Bynum


  • Nick Young (captain)
  • Isaiah Austin
  • Elijah Stewart

ghost ballers

  • Ricky Davis (captain)
  • mike taylor
  • Chris Johnson

Killer 3

  • Session Franklin (captain)
  • Gives Greene
  • Josh Powell


  • Cuttino Mobley (captain)
  • Nikolaz Tskishvili
  • Royce White

Three States

  • Nate Robinson (captain)
  • justin dentmon
  • larry sander
  • Jason Richardson


  • James White (captain)
  • Count Clark
  • Amir Johnson
  • Isaiah Briscoe


  • Joe Johnson (captain)
  • Jeremy Pargo
  • Jannero Pargo

Rice, the No. 1 overall BIG3, played in the NBA from 2013-14 to 2014-15, appearing in just 16 games for the Washington Wizards after being selected by the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round of the draft. 2013 on Georgie Technology.

The 31-year-old has averaged just 2.7 points and 1.5 rebounds in the NBA.

After the NBA, he played in Saudi Arabia, Argentina, New Zealand and the Philippines, in addition to the Israeli Basketball Super League. He became the top scorer in the Israeli League and also won the Israel Cup in 2018 and was named MVP of this tournament.

The Power needed speed and quickness on the perimeter, and Rice can certainly provide that in a lineup that also includes Cuttino Mobley, Nikoloz Tskitishvili and Royce White.

Also a highlight of this draft is Julian Wright, who placed fifth overall at 3’s Company.

The 35-year-old spent four seasons in the NBA with the New Orleans Pelicans and Toronto Raptors. He averaged 3.9 points and 2.3 rebounds in 231 games.

After his short stint in the NBA, Wright played for various overseas teams including Trabzonspor, Cangrejeros de Santurce and most recently for the Taichung Wagor Suns.

Wright should be an integral part of 3’s Company training given his ability to defend and clear the glass.

Corey Brewer was also a fine selection by Bivouac 19th overall. The 36-year-old spent 13 seasons in the NBA from 2007-08 to 2019-20, having played for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Houston Rockets, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Kings, Oklahoma City Thunder, Dallas Mavericks, the Philadelphia 76ers and more recently. the kings of Sacramento.

Brewer averaged 8.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.2 steals in 819 NBA games. The 36-year-old should be a good choice for Bivouac both in defense and in the shooting department.

Some notable players who were eligible to be drafted Wednesday night but were left out of the draw include former NBA players Delonte West and Ty Lawson.

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