NBA Draft Results 2013: Full Listings for Every Selection

Alex Ballentine@Ballentine_AlexFeatured ColumnistJune 28, 2013

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 27:  Anthony Bennett of UNLV poses for a photo with NBA Commissioner David Stern after Bennett was drafted #1 overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 2013 NBA Draft at Barclays Center on June 27, 2013 in in the Brooklyn Bourough of New York City.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)
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The 2013 NBA draft will always be remembered as one that was defined by unpredictability and big questions surrounding the top stars. 

Starting right at the top of the draft with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who reportedly attempted to trade the top pick before settling on Anthony Bennett 

However, the intrigue with this draft doesn't stop there. There were plenty of teams looking to make moves and draft the next crucial piece to the puzzle. Read on to find out how the entire draft shook out on Thursday night. 


First Round

Pick Team Player
1. Cleveland Cavaliers  Anthony Bennett, F, UNLV
2. Orlando Magic  Victor Oladipo, SG, Indiana
3.  Washington Wizards  Otto Porter, SF, Georgetown
4.  Charlotte Bobcats  Cody Zeller, C, Indiana
5. Phoenix Suns  Alex Len, C, Maryland
6.  New Orleans Pelicans  Nerlens Noel, C, Kentucky*
7.  Sacramento Kings  Ben McLemore, SG, Kansas
8.  Detroit Pistons  Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG, Georgia
9.  Minnesota Timberwolves  Trey Burke, PG, Michigan**
10. Portland Trailblazers  C.J. McCollum, PG/SG, Lehigh
11. Philadelphia 76ers  Michael Carter-Williams, PG, Syracuse
12. Oklahoma City Thunder  Steven Adams, C, Pittsburgh
13. Dallas Mavericks  Kelly Olynyk, C, Gonzaga***
14. Utah Jazz  Shabazz Muhammad, SG/SF, UCLA**
15. Milwaukee Bucks  Giannis Antetokounmpo, SF, Greece
16. Boston Celtics  Lucas Nogueira, C, Brazil***
17; Atlanta Hawks  Dennis Schroeder, PG, Germany
18; Atlanta Hawks  Shane Larkin, PG, Miami***
19. Cleveland Cavaliers  Sergey Karasev, SG/SF, Russia
20. Chicago Bulls  Tony Snell, SF, New Mexico
21. Utah Jazz  Gorgui Dieng, C, Louisville**
22. Brooklyn Nets  Mason Plumlee, PF, Duke
23. Indiana Pacers  Solomon Hill, F, Arizona
24. New York Knicks  Tim Hardaway, Jr., SG, Michigan
25.  Los Angeles Clippers  Reggie Bullock, SF, North Carolina
26. Minnesota Timberwolves  Andre Roberson, F, Colorado****
27. Denver Nuggets  Rudy Gobert, C, France*****
28. San Antonio Spurs  Olivio Jean-Charles, PF, France
29. Oklahoma City Thunder  Archie Goodwin, SG, Kentucky****
30. Phoenix Suns  Nemanja Nedovic, G, Serbia****

* The New Orleans Pelicans will trade Nerlens Noel and a protected 2014 first-rounder to the Philadelphia 76ers for Jrue Holiday and the 42nd overall pick (Pierre Jackson), per

** The Minnesota Timberwolves will trade Trey Burke to the Utah Jazz for the No. 14 pick (Shabazz Muhammad) and the No. 21 pick (Gorgui Dieng), per ESPN's Chad Ford

***The Dallas Mavericks will trade Kelly Olynyk to the Boston Celtics for pick No. 16 and two future second-rounders, per Ford. The Mavs will then trade the No. 16 pick (Lucas Nogueira) and Jared Cunningham to the Atlanta Hawks for the No. 18 pick (Shane Larkin) and the No. 44 selection, per Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports

****The Golden State Warriors will purchase the No. 26 pick from the Minnesota Timberwolves, per Andy Katz of ESPN. They will then trade the pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder for the No. 29 pick, per Marcus Thompson of the Bay Area Sports Group. The Thunder will then swap the No. 29 pick with the Suns for the No. 30 pick, per Wojnarowski

*****The Denver Nuggets will trade No. 27 pick Rudy Gobert to the Utah Jazz for the No. 46 pick and cash, per Benjamin Hochman of The Denver Post.


Second Round

All second round trade information via

Pick Team Player
31. Cleveland Cavaliers  Allen Crabbe, SG, California (traded to Portland)
32. Oklahoma City Thunder  Alex Abrines, SG, Spain
33. Cleveland Cavaliers  Carrick Felix, SG, Arizona State
34. Houston Rockets  Isaiah Canaan, PG, Murray State
35. Philadelphia 76ers  Glen Rice Jr, SG/SF, NBADL (traded to Washington)
36. Sacramento Kings  Ray McCallum, PG, Detroit
37. Detroit Pistons  Tony Mitchell, PF, North Texas
38. Washington Wizards  Nate Wolters, PG, S Dakota St (traded to Milwaukee)
39. Portland Trail Blazers  Jeff Withey, C, Kansas
40. Portland Trail Blazers  Grant Jerrett, PF, Arizona
41. Memphis Grizzlies  Jamaal Franklin, SG, San Diego State
42. Philadelphia 76ers  Pierre Jackson, PG, Baylor 
43. Milwaukee Bucks  Ricky Ledo, SG, Providence (traded to Philadelphia)
44. Dallas Mavericks  Mike Muscala, PF, Bucknell (traded to Atlanta)
45. Portland Trail Blazers  Marko Todorovic, SF, Serbia
46. Utah Jazz  Erick Green, PG, Virginia Tech (traded to Denver)
47. Atlanta Hawks  Raul Neto, PG, Brazil
48. Los Angeles Lakers  Ryan Kelly, PF, Duke
49. Chicago Bulls  Erik Murphy, PF, Florida
50. Atlanta Hawks  James Ennis, SF, Long Beach State
51. Orlando Magic  Romero Osby, PF, Oklahoma
52. Minnesota Timberwolves  Lorenzo Brown, PG, North Carolina State
53. Indiana Pacers  Colton Iverson, C, Colorado State
54. Washington Wizards  Arsalan Kazemi, PF, Oregon
55. Memphis Grizzlies  Joffrey Lauvergne, PF, France (traded to Denver)
56. Detroit Pistons  Peyton Siva, PG, Louisville
57. Phoenix Suns  Alex Oriakhi ,C, Missouri
58. San Antonio Spurs  Deshaun Thomas, SF, Ohio State
59 Minnesota Timberwolves  Bojan Dubljevic, PF, Serbia
60. Memphis Grizzlies Janis Timma, F, Latvia


Notable Storylines

Cavaliers Surprise with No. 1 Pick

It was understood going into the draft that the Cleveland Cavaliers' decision for the No. 1 pick could be a surprise, but few saw them taking UNLV's Anthony Bennett. 

At 6'8" and 240 pounds, Bennett has the build of a small power forward, but the shooting stroke of a small forward. He was expected to be a top-five pick, but most experts believed that the Cavaliers would go with either one of the promising centers in this draft, Alex Len of Maryland or Nerlens Noel of Kentucky. 

However, the Cavaliers made the first stunning decision of the night, taking the electric forward to complement their young core of Kyrie Irving, Dion Waiters and Tristan Thompson. 


Nerlens Noel Slides—Then Gets Traded

Coming into the draft Noel was the favorite to go with the top selection in the whole draft. Not only did that not turn out to be the case, he ended up sliding out of the top five. 

The Pelicans swooped him up with the No. 6 pick after centers Cody Zeller and Alex Len were taken at Nos. 4 and 5. But before Noel and Pelicans power forward Anthony Davis could even start guessing who would block more shots in New Orleans next season, he was shipped with a 2014 protected first-rounder to Philadelphia for point guard Jrue Holiday and this year's 42nd overall pick, Pierre Jackson, per


Trey Burke Heads to Utah for Two First-Round Picks

The Utah Jazz needed a quality point guard in this draft and made a bold move to acquire the top-rated player at the position in Trey Burke. According to Chad Ford of ESPN, the Timberwolves received the 14th and 21st selections in the draft. They used those picks on Shabazz Muhammad and Gorgui Dieng, respectively. 

Muhammad was once considered one of the top prospects in the class, but he didn't quite live up to his potential at UCLA. Burke was the National Player of the Year in college basketball last season.

Now they'll be linked together for the rest of their careers. 


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