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NBA Mock Draft Update (6/17)

Published on June 17, 2013 by Scott Shirley   ·   No Comments

1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Nerlens Noel 6’11 215 C Fr Kentucky

 

2. Orlando Magic : Ben McLemore 6’5 185 SG Fr Kansas

 

3. Washington Wizards: Otto Porter 6’8 205 SF So Georgetown

 

4. Charlotte Hornets: Anthony Bennett 6’7 240 SF Fr UNLV

 

5. Phoenix Suns: Alex Len 7’1 225 C So Maryland

 

6. New Orleans Pelicans: Trey Burke 6’0 185 PG So Michigan

 

7. Sacramento Kings: Cody Zeller 6’11 210 C So Indiana

 

8. Detroit Pistons: CJ McCollum 6’3 165 PG Sr Lehigh

 

9. Minnesota Timberwolves : Shabazz Muhammad 6’6 225 SG Fr UCLA

 

10. Portland Trailblazers : Victor Oladipo 6’5 SF Jr Indiana

 

11. Philadelphia 76ers: Steven Adams 7’0 250 C Fr Pitt

 

12. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Toronto) : Kelly Olynyk 7’0 C Jr Gonzaga

 

13.Dallas Mavericks : Michael Carter-Williams 6’6 185 PG So Syracuse

 

14.Utah Jazz: Dennis Schroeder 6’62 165 Germany

 

15.Milwaukee Bucks: Kentavious Caldwell- Pope 6’5 205 SG Georgia

16. Boston Celtics: Gorgui Dieng 6’11 245 C Jr Louisville

 

17. Atlanta Hawks : Jamaal Franklin 6’5 205 SG Sr San Diego St.

 

18. Atlanta Hawks (From Houston): Mason Plumlee 6’10 235 PF Sr Duke

 

19. Cleveland Cavaliers (From Miami) : Archie Goodwin 6’5 195 SG Fr

 

20. Chicago Bulls : Rudy Gobert 7’1 230 C 20 yr. France

 

21.Utah Jazz (From Golden State) : Shane Larkin 5’11 162 PG So Miami

 

22. Brooklyn Nets : BJ Young 6’3 160 SG So Arkansas

 

23. Indiana Pacers: Tony Mitchell 6’7 215 PF So North Texas

 

24. New York Knicks: Jeff Withey 7’0 235 C Sr Kansas

 

25. Los Angeles Clippers : Allen Crabbe 6’6 210 SG Jr. California

 

26. Minnesota Timberwolves (From Memphis): Sergey Karasev 6’7 195 Russia

 

27.Denver Nuggets: Reggie Bullock 6’7 205 SF Jr North Carolina

 

28. San Antonio Spurs : Lorenzo Brown 6’4 180 PG Jr North Carolina State

 

29.Oklahoma City Thunder: Kansas CJ Leslie 6’9 200 PF Jr North Carolina State

 

30.Phoenix Suns (From Los Angeles Lakers): Tim Hardaway Jr. 6’6 205 SG Jr Michigan

 

 

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