NBA draft workouts are now in full force, with the projected second-rounders' schedules all starting to pick up.
The first two weeks in June are when teams start working out first-round and lottery (projected) draft picks. This is the time frame when draft boards begin to take shape. Some prospects get bumped up, and others get weeded out.
General managers are also working the phones to test the value of their picks. Cleveland's Chris Grant will be listening to calls from now til June 27, waiting to hear what offers roll in. Every team drafting at the top should be exploring the trade market or at least gauging the level of interest in its draft slot.
If each team stays put, this is what the 2013 draft might look like.