Here are the NCAA men's basketball national champion teams since 1985 and the first-round NBA picks on their rosters:

1986 Louisville: Billy Thompson, Pervis Ellison ('89), Kenny Payne ('89)

1987 Indiana: None*

1988 Kansas: Danny Manning

1989 Michigan: Glen Rice, Rumeal Robinson ('90), Loy Vaught ('90), Terry Mills ('90)

1990 UNLV: Larry Johnson ('91), Stacey Augmon ('91), Greg Anthony ('91)

1991 Duke: Christian Laettner ('92), Bobby Hurley ('92), Grant Hill ('92)

1992 Duke: Christian Laettner ('92), Bobby Hurley ('92), Grant Hill ('92), Cherokee Parks ('95)

1993 North Carolina: George Lynch, Eric Montross ('94)

1994 Arkansas: Corliss Williamson ('95)

1995 UCLA: Ed O'Bannon, George Zidek

1996 Kentucky: Antoine Walker, Tony Delk, Walter McCarty

1997 Arizona: Mike Bibby ('98), Michael Dickerson ('98), Jason Terry ('99)

1998 Kentucky: Nazr Mohammed, Scott Padgett ('99), Jamaal Magliore ('00)

1999 UConn: Rip Hamilton

2000 Michigan State: Mateen Cleaves, Morris Peterson, Jason Richadson ('01)

2001 Duke: Shane Battier, Jason Williams ('02), Mike Dunleavy Jr. ('02)

2002 Maryland: Chris Wilcox, Juan Dixon

2003 Syracuse: Carmelo Anthony, Hakim Warrick ('05)

2004 UConn: Emeka Okafor, Ben Gordon, Charlie Villanueva ('05), Hilton Armstrong ('06), Marcus Williams ('06), Josh Boone ('06)

2005 North Carolina: Marvin Williams, Raymond Felton, Sean May, Rashad McCants

2006 Florida: Joakim Noah ('07), Corey Brewer ('07), Al Horford ('07)

2007 Florida: Joakim Noah, Corey Brewer, Al Horford, Maurice Speights ('08)

2009 North Carolina: Tyler Hansbrough, Ty Lawson, Wayne Ellington, Ed Davis ('10), Tyler Zeller ('12)

2010 Duke: Nolan Smith ('11), Miles Plumlee ('12)

2011 UConn: Kemba Walker, Jeremy Lamb ('12), Shabazz Napier ('14)

2012 Kentucky: Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Terrence Jones, Marquis Teague

2013 Louisville: Gorgui Dieng**

2014 UConn: Shabazz Napier

*Indiana did have three future second-round NBA picks on the 1986-87 roster: Steve Alford, Dean Garrett ('88), Keith Smart ('88). It was a 23-team draft. Alford, taken 26th, would have been a first-round pick if drafted today.

**Montrezl Harrell of Louisville is projected as a first-round pick in the 2015 NBA draft

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