Several players with ties to Indiana have been selected in the 2014 NBA Draft. They include an Indiana University standout and a former Indiana Mr. Basketball. With the ninth pick, the Charlotte Hornets drafted Indiana University power forward Noah Vonleh. The Indiana Pacers only had one pick this year.

They selected Louis Labeyrie with the 57th pick, then traded him to New York Knicks for cash.

The Denver Nuggets drafted Michigan State University's Gary Harris 19th overall. He graduated from Hamilton Southeastern High School in Fishers.

University of Michigan forward Mitch McGary, a Chesterton native, was taken by the Oklahoma City Thunder with the 21st pick.

Lake Central High School and University of Michigan product Glenn Robinson III was drafted in the second round by the Minnesota Timberwolves with the 40th selection. His father is former Indiana Mr. Basketball and Purdue University standout Glenn Robinson, who was drafted 1st overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1994.

Source: Inside INdiana Business

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