The BIG3, Ice Cube’s 3-on-3 league, completed its draft for the 2019 season on Wednesday night, and a number of noteworthy former NBA players were among the players selected.
Former NBA first overall pick Greg Oden wasn’t the first player picked in the BIG3 draft, but he did come off the board in the first round, going seventh overall to the Aliens, a team whose roster also includes Kendrick Perkins and Shannon Brown.
The No. 1 selection in the BIG3’s draft was former NBA first-rounder Royce White, whose NBA career was cut short after just three games due to battles with mental health and a fear of flying. White will join an Enemies squad led by captain Gilbert Arenas and co-captains Lamar Odom and Perry Jones III.
The following veterans who appeared in at least 100 games during their NBA careers were also selected in the 31-player draft on Wednesday:
- Larry Sanders (3 Headed Monsters)
- Josh Powell (Killer 3s)
- Shawne Williams (Bivouac)
- Jamario Moon (Ghost Ballers)
- Donte Greene (Killer 3s)
- Jason Richardson (Tri-State)
- Alan Anderson (Triplets)
- Sam Young (Trilogy)
- Brandon Rush (Aliens)
- Craig Smith (Enemies)
- Mario Chalmers (3 Headed Monsters)
- C.J. Watson (Killer 3s)
- Carlos Arroyo (Trilogy)
- Dion Glover (Bivouac)
- Bonzi Wells (Tri-State)
A full breakdown of the 2019 BIG3 draft results can be found right here, while the rosters for the 12 teams set to compete in the ’19 season are here.