Keyon Dooling has had a wild night. Dooling is one of the success stories of the NBA draft after leaving the University of Missouri early. He is a lottery pick, taken tenth overall by the Orlando Magic, but he didn’t stay with Orlando long. The Magic traded him and two other players to the Los Angeles Clippers for a future pick, mostly to free up salary cap space. Dooling is the tenth Mizzou player taken in the first round, and the first since Anthony Peeler went to the Lakers in 1992. The only Tigers selected higher were Steve Stipanovich, the second pick in 1983, and Doug Smith, who went sixth in 1991.St. Louisan Chris Carrawell, who starred for four years at Duke University, lost out on a guaranteed NBA contract when he fell into the second round. He was chosen by San Antonio with the 41st pick. Saint Louis University guard Justin Love and Kansas City native JaRon Rush, who left UCLA after his sophomore year, both went undrafted.