Wednesday, June 26, 2013

A Complete 2013 NBA Mock Draft

The 2013 NBA Draft will be the last time Commissioner David Stern (right)
will read the selections, as he is set to retire. Adam Silver (left) will be his successor.

     The NBA Draft is officially less than 24 hours away, as fans, executives and prospects prepare for the future to unfold. Sixty young men will be picked out of a much larger pool to live their dream as an NBA player. In that being said, here are the sixty players who I believe will hear their name called on the stage whose futures will be changed forever. My analysis of the first round can be found here.

The First Round

1. Cleveland Cavaliers - Nerlens Noel, Center, Kentucky

2. Orlando Magic - Victor Oladipo, Shooting Guard, Indiana

Indiana's Oladipo (right) and Zeller (left) are
lottery-projected draft picks.

3. Washington Wizards - Otto Porter Jr., Small Forward, Georgetown

4. Charlotte Bobcats - Anthony Bennett, Power Forward, UNLV

5. Phoenix Suns - Ben McLemore, Shooting Guard, Kansas

6. New Orleans Hornets - Alex Len, Center, Maryland

7. Sacramento Kings - Trey Burke, Point Guard, Michigan

8. Detroit Pistons - Michael Carter-Williams, Point Guard, Syracuse

9. Minnesota Timberwolves - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Shooting Guard, Georgia

10. Portland Trail Blazers - C.J. McCollum, Point Guard, Lehigh

11. Philadelphia 76ers - Cody Zeller, Center, Indiana

12. Oklahoma City Thunder - Steven Adams, Center, Pittsburgh

13. Dallas Mavericks - Sergey Karasev, Small Forward, Russia

14. Utah Jazz - Shane Larkin, Point Guard, Miami (FL)

15. Milwaukee Bucks - Shabazz Muhammad, Shooting Guard, UCLA

16. Boston Celtics - Dennis Schroeder, Point Guard, Germany

17. Atlanta Hawks - Kelly Olynyk, Center, Gonzaga

18. Atlanta Hawks - Giannis Adetokunbo, Small Forward, Greece

19. Cleveland Cavaliers - Jamaal Franklin, Shooting Guard, San Diego State

20. Chicago Bulls - Tim Hardaway Jr., Shooting Guard, Michigan

21. Utah Jazz - Mason Plumlee, Center, Duke

22. Brooklyn Nets - Gorgui Dieng, Center, Louisville

23. Indiana Pacers - Tony Mitchell, Power Forward, North Texas

24. New York Knicks - Jeff Withey, Center, Kansas

Glen Rice Jr. is attempting to make the
jump from the D-League to the NBA.
25. Los Angeles Clippers - Glen Rice Jr., Small Forward, Rio Grande Valley Vipers

26. Minnesota Timberwolves - Allen Crabbe, Shooting Guard, California

27. Denver Nuggets - Isaiah Canaan, Point Guard, Murray State

28. San Antonio Spurs - Rudy Gobert, Power Forward, France

29. Oklahoma City Thunder - Lucas Nogueira, Center, Brazil

30. Phoenix Suns - Mike Muscala, Center, Bucknell

The Second Round

31. Cleveland Cavaliers - Reggie Bullock, Small Forward, UNC

32. Oklahoma City Thunder - Alex Abrines, Shooting Guard, Spain

33. Cleveland Cavaliers - Pierre Jackson, Point Guard, Baylor

34. Houston Rockets - Deshaun Thomas, Power Forward, Ohio State

35. Philadelphia 76ers - Ricardo Ledo, Shooting Guard, Providence

36. Sacramento Kings - Tony Snell, Small Forward, New Mexico

37. Detroit Pistons - C.J. Leslie, Small Forward, North Carolina State

38. Washington Wizards - Nate Wolters, Point Guard, South Dakota State

39. Portland Trail Blazers - Andre Roberson, Small Forward, Colorado

40. Portland Trail Blazers - Colton Iverson, Center, Colorado State

41. Memphis Grizzlies - Lorenzo Brown, Point Guard, North Carolina State

Kabongo, a former All-American, is looking
to silence his critics at the next level.
42. Philadelphia 76ers - Livio Jean-Charles, Small Forward, France

43. Milwaukee Bucks - Erick Green, Point Guard, Virginia Tech

44. Dallas Mavericks - Myck Kabongo, Point Guard, Texas

45. Portland Trail Blazers - Marko Todorovic, Center, Montenegro

46. Utah Jazz - James Ennis, Small Forward, Long Beach State

47. Atlanta Hawks - Ray McCallum, Point Guard, Detroit

48. Los Angeles Lakers - Archie Goodwin, Shooting Guard, Kentucky

49. Chicago Bulls - Dewayne Dedmon, Center, USC

50. Atlanta Hawks - Jackie Carmichael, Power Forward, Illinois State

51. Orlando Magic - Seth Curry, Shooting Guard, Duke

52. Minnesota Timberwolves - Trevor Mbakwe, Power Forward, Minnesota

53. Indiana Pacers - Phil Pressey, Point Guard, Missouri

54. Washington Wizards - Grant Jerrett, Power Forward, Arizona

55. Memphis Grizzlies - Michael Snaer, Shooting Guard, Florida State

56. Detroit Pistons - Peyton Siva, Point Guard, Louisville

57. Phoenix Suns - Ryan Kelly, Power Forward, Duke

58. San Antonio Spurs - Bojan Dubljevic, Power Forward, Montenegro

59. Minnesota Timberwolves - Solomon Hill, Small Forward, Arizona

60. Memphis Grizzlies - Nemanja Nedovic, Point Guard, Serbia

     Comments? Questions? Feel free to leave a comment below and I'll respond as soon as possible. Also, I'll be present at this year's draft at the Barclays Center, so follow me on Twitter @TheSkiReport for live-tweeting and the latest NBA updates from Brooklyn!

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