2013 NBA Mock Draft

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#TeamPlayerUpdated 6/27/13Comp
1CavsAlex LenC – 7-1 – Maryland – Has high upside due to his combination of size and agility. A legit 7 footer with all the tools to be a solid NBA center and could develop into an All Star caliber player.a better Luc Longley
2MagicNerlens NoelPF – 6-11 – Kentucky – Elite shot blocker who has suffered an unfortunate knee injury but seems to be on his way to a full recovery. Has a very nice feel for the game but has a lot of work to do on shooting, especially free throws. Great overall defender who not only blocks shots but gets a ton of steals.Marcus Camby
3WizardsOtto PorterF 6-8 – Georgetown – Wirey athlete with a versatile and NBA ready game. Has work to do on his jumper but has nice upside, is a good rebounder and very solid defender.Danny Granger
4BobcatsVictor OladipoSG – 6-5 – Indiana – Special athlete with an aggressive game. Plays a well rounded game but needs to continue to develop his jump shot. Great defender.poor man’s D Wade
5SunsBen McLemoreSG 6-5 – Kansas – High rising shooting guard with a very high ceiling as a basketball player. Elite quickness and jumping ability. Showing an expanded perimeter game and becoming the go-to guy.JR Smith/Vince Carter
6PelicansAnthony BennettPF – 6-7 – UNLV – Extremely powerful and explosive forward who can step outside and knock down jumpers or take defenders off the dribble.more explosive Paul Milsap
7KingsC.J. McCollumPG – 6-3 – Lehigh – Great perimeter shooter and all around scorer who knows how to initiate the offense. Undersized but very heady and talented player.poor man’s Steph Curry
8PistonsTrey BurkePG – 6-1 – Michigan – A scoring point guard with a deadly three point shot. Good quickness and handle but a bit undersized.Mo Williams
9T-WolvesKentavious Caldwell-PopeSG – 6-6 – Georgia – Nice wing prospect who excels at taking it to the rim. Good range and form on his jumper – just needs to get more consistent from outside.Eric Gordon
10BlazersCody ZellerPF – 6-11 – Indiana – A very quick and versatile power forward with nice length and feel for the game. Knows how to get into position and runs the court well. Lacks a post up game and doesn’t dominate the paint.shorter Pau Gasol
1176ersSteven AdamsC – 7-0 – Pittsburgh – Very well built player with true center size. Needs to continue to develop as a basketball player. High upside.Nikola Vucevic
12ThunderKelly OlynykC – 7-0 – Gonzaga – Big forward with a really nice skill set. Very good shooter, passer and ball handler. Not an explosive athlete but has nice lateral quickness.quicker Brook Lopez
13MavsSergey KarasevSF – 6-7 – Russia – Excellent scorer on the wing. Gets great elevation on his jumper and can score from anywhere.Peja
14JazzDennis SchroederPG – 6-1 – Germany – Has great quickness and playmaking ability. Not a great leaper but has elite quickness and can get past any defender. Hits the 3 well.poor man’s Rondo
15BucksMichael Carter-WilliamsPG – 6-5 – Syracuse – Very heady and skilled player with great size for a PG. Very good passer who finds teammates and sets up the offense well. Not a big time athlete but smart and efficient.taller Jeremy Lin
16CelticsShabazz MuhammadSF – 6-5 – UCLA – Powerful athlete with a silky smooth jumper. Has become a very good shooter from outside and should be a very good NBA three point shooter. Also has a good understanding of the game and plays with intensity and passion. Not a great athlete and looks awkward and slow.Lance Stephenson
17HawksTim Hardaway Jr.SG – 6-5 – Michigan – Long-armed and tall shooting guard prospect with great bloodlines and good understanding of the game. Can get into the lane with ease with good hesitation and crossover dribble. Good leaper and can play above the rim. Needs to add strength and refine his outside shot.Larry Hughes/C.J. Miles
18HawksGiannis AdetokouboSF – 6-9 – Greece – Impressive small forward with very high upside. Exceptional athlete with big time finishing ability. Projects as a great defender. Only lacks a consistant jumper.taller Scottie Pippen
19CavsRicardo LedoSG – 6-6 – Providence – Talented prospect who lacks experience after sitting out his Freshman season but has very big upside.
20BullsLucas NogueiraC – 7-0 – Brazil – Tall and lanky athlete with excellent quickness. Runs the court well but needs to add a lot of strength.JaVale McGee
21JazzMason PlumleePF – 6-11 – Duke – Good rebounder and efficient player who does all the little things well but doesn’t dominate. Should be a solid pro.Brian Skinner
22NetsShane LarkinPG – 6-0 – Miami – Undersized but talented PG who plays with good decision making. A capable scorer and clutch shooter.Patrick Mills
23PacersGorgui DiengPF – 6-11 – Louisville – Great shot blocker who has great timing on D. Developing offensive game. Shot blockers get drafted!Theo Ratliff
24KnicksRudy GobertC – 7-1 – France – Has great length and a high ceiling but struggles to put it all together. Good leaper and above the rim player but not a quick athlete.Tyson Chandler
25ClippersTony SnellSF – 6-7 – New Mexico – Graceful athlete with a great handle for a SF and nice shooting touch. Didn’t put up big numbers in college.Derrick Byars
26T-WolvesJeff WitheyC – 7-0 – Kansas – Late bloomer, showing good coordination and body control for a seven footer. Very good shot blocker and rebounder with more upside.a mature Sean Williams
27NuggetsJamaal FranklinSG – 6-5 – San Diego State – Athletic 2 guard with a well rounded game. Can score in a variety of ways, is a good passer and an excellent rebounder. Must improve his 3 point shooting.Julius Hodge
28SpursTony MitchellSF – 6-8 – North Texas – Versatile forward who can get up and down the court well and has an agressive attacking style that serves him well. Very good shot blocker and rebounder. Can step out and knock down threes.Antonio Davis
29ThunderNate WoltersG – 6-4 – South Dakota State – High scoring guard with an accurate outside shot and a good feel for the game.Kirk Hindrich
30SunsGlen Rice Jr.SG – 6-5 – NBADL – Well built guard with a deadly three point shot. Taking an unusual route to the NBA but could be a late first rounder.Gerald Henderson