2013 NBA Mock Draft: How the Entire First Round Shakes out Heading into March

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2013 NBA Mock Draft: How the Entire First Round Shakes out Heading into March
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

The projected top of the 2013 NBA draft class had a week they wish was erasable, resulting in a new No. 1 on our updated board.

However, Georgetown's Otto Porter made a bold statement that's been difficult to ignore. He single-handedly torched Syracuse's defense and has jumped a few spots in our latest mock draft.

Trey Burke is also on the way up, while Cody Zeller got exposed against a more athletic front line.

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

 

Stats current as of February 26, 2013.

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