2013 NBA Mock Draft: Biggest Risers and Fallers of Next NBA Class

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2013 NBA Mock Draft: Biggest Risers and Fallers of Next NBA Class
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This week's big winner was Maryland's Alex Len, who outplayed one of his direct draft-day competitors in an upset over Duke.

Victor Oladipo continues his head-turning play, while Glenn Robinson bounced back with one of his best games of the year.

We also added a new member to the draft board at the end of the first round, where the New York Knicks will likely select.

The projected order has changed, as we've taken into account the win-loss records of current NBA teams and adjusted the order accordingly.


Notes for the first round

Oklahoma City gets Toronto's first-round pick, which the Thunder acquired in the James Harden deal from Houston (it originally acquired the pick in the Kyle Lowry trade).

If the Lakers miss the playoffs, their pick goes to Phoenix, which is something we anticipate. 

Portland gives up a top-12 protected pick to Charlotte from the Gerald Wallace-Joel Przybilla trade in 2011.

The Atlanta Hawks receive Houston's top-14 protected pick, which they obtained from the Brooklyn Nets in the Joe Johnson deal.

Team needs were taken into account, although rosters are likely to change once June rolls around.


Stats current as of February 19, 2013.

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