Dwight Howard and Anderson Varejao, Magic draft picks in 2004

Power forward/center Anderson Varejao (left) showed up for his introduction in Orlando after the Magic selected him with the first pick in the second round -- No. 30 overall -- on the same night as they took power forward/center <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008416" title="Dwight Howard" href="/topic/sports/basketball/dwight-howard-PESPT008416.topic">Dwight Howard</a> No. 1 overall. The Magic later traded the draft rights to Varejao along with power forward <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008303" title="Drew Gooden" href="/topic/sports/basketball/drew-gooden-PESPT008303.topic">Drew Gooden</a> to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for power forward <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000434" title="Tony Battie" href="/topic/sports/tony-battie-PESPT000434.topic">Tony Battie</a>.
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( RICARDO RAMIREZ BUXEDA, ORLANDO SENTINEL / June 25, 2004 )

Power forward/center Anderson Varejao (left) showed up for his introduction in Orlando after the Magic selected him with the first pick in the second round -- No. 30 overall -- on the same night as they took power forward/center Dwight Howard No. 1 overall. The Magic later traded the draft rights to Varejao along with power forward Drew Gooden to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for power forward Tony Battie.

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