The 2013 NBA draft was a wild ride for spectators and a dream come true for the incoming rookies who landed with a team. But for a number of undrafted free agents, the festivities gave way to disappointment.
In some cases, NBA clubs recognized their oversight quickly. The New York Knicks signed C.J. Leslie—widely regarded as the most talented player to have gone unpicked—just hours after the draft ended.
Guys like Trevor Mbakwe, Jackie Carmichael and James Southerland weren't so lucky.
Along with a handful of other bummed-out prospects, those three are going to spend the summer hoping for a phone call from an NBA team in need of a youth infusion. Those calls will come at some point, as squads throughout the league try to get a look at as many potentially valuable assets as possible.
Check back here often for updates on where each of these undrafted free agents might end up.