The second round of the 2012 NBA draft continued and there was some history made with the No. 46 pick.
The New Orleans Hornets selected senior forward Darius Miller from Kentucky with the No. 46 pick. Miller became the sixth Kentucky Wildcat chosen in the draft, a new NBA record.
The Utah Jazz made their first selection of the 2012 draft when they selected Kevin Murphy with the No. 47 pick. Murphy is a guard from Tennessee Tech who scored 50 points in a game this season.
Following the Jazz selection, the New York Knicks made their first pick of the draft. With plenty of Knicks fans in attendance, the team took Kostas Papanikolaou a forward from Greece. Papanikolaou played for the Greek league team Olympiacos.
With the No. 49 pick, the Orlando Magic took Kyle O'Quinn from Norfolk State. O'Quinn became a household name during the NCAA tournament as Norfolk State upset Missouri.
The Denver Nuggets went international with the No. 50 pick, selecting Izzet Turkyilmaz, a power forward from Turkey.
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