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Mavs take Muscala at No. 44

The Mavericks snagged Mike Muscala with the No. 44 pick in the draft. Muscala enjoyed a productive college career and will help Dallas down low.

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Mavericks take Ricky Ledo with No. 43 pick

The Dallas Mavericks waited a long time to make their first pick of the night, taking Ricky Ledo with the 13th pick in the second round even though he didn't play in college.

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Trail Blazers add Marko Todorovic at No. 45

Todorovic will need time overseas to develop, but he could be a solid option off the bench for Portland if he's able to continue developing physically.

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Pelicans take Pierre Jackson at No. 42

Jackson can score the basketball at will. His future in the NBA will be determined by whether or not he can dig in on the defensive end.

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Grizzlies take Franklin at No. 41

The Grizzlies drafted some much-needed wing help in the form of Jamaal Franklin with the No. 41 pick.

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Trail Blazers pick Grant Jerrett at No. 40

Grant Jerrett's decision to jump to the NBA after just one year didn't cost him the ability to be selected in the NBA Draft, as the Portland Trail Blazers took the McDonald's All-American with the...

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Trail Blazers add Jeff Withey at No. 39

Withey, the Big 12's all-time leading shot blocker, is headed to Portland.

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Sixers make trade and grab Wolters at No. 38

The 76ers made a trade with the Wizards in order to draft Nate Wolters out of South Dakota State.

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Pistons grab Tony Mitchell at No. 37

Tony Mitchell's body type, athleticism, and ability to make a difference for North Texas made him a potential first round pick, but Detroit was able to nab him at No. 37.

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Ray McCallum headed to Sacramento at No. 36

McCallum, a combo guard, joins a crowded backcourt in Sacramento along with Ben McLemore.

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Sixers take Rice Jr. at No. 35

The 76ers added Glen Rice Jr. to their draft haul with the No. 35 pick.

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Rockets grab Isaiah Canaan from Murray State

The Houston Rockets opted for a very talented scorer with their first selection in the NBA Draft, picking Isaiah Canaan with the fourth pick in the second round.

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Thunder select Abrines with No. 32 pick

The Thunder have selected talented Euro prospect Alex Abrines with the No. 32 pick of the draft.

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Cavaliers take Carrick Felix at No. 33

Felix, a senior, will bring toughness and defense to the rebuilding Cavaliers.

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Portland takes Allen Crabbe at No. 31

The first pick of the NBA Draft's second round was Allen Crabbe, a shooter many thought was a first-round talent.

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Warriors take Nemanja Nedovic with No. 30 pick

The final draft pick announcement of David Stern's tenure as NBA commissioner is a 22-year-old point guard out of Serbia.

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Suns trade up to No. 29 to draft Goodwin

The Suns moved up one pick to No. 29 to draft Archie Goodwin, a project player that could be a key contributor a few years down the road.

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Spurs pick Livio Jean-Charles at No. 28

The San Antonio Spurs took Livio Jean-Charles from France with the No. 28 pick, although he wasn't expected to be a first rounder. They'll probably stash him overseas, and they have a good record...

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Rudy Gobert headed to Jazz with No. 27 pick

Gobert will need time to develop, but he could become a presence in the paint for years to come in Utah.

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Thunder trade up to No. 26, draft Roberson

The Thunder did some wheeling and dealing, and they ended up with Andre Roberson with the No. 26 pick.

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Clips pick Reggie Bullock at No. 25

The Los Angeles Clippers got a player to spread the floor, drafting Reggie Bullock from North Carolina.

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Knicks select Tim Hardaway Jr. at No. 24

Hardaway heads to the Big Apple as a possible replacement at shooting guard for J.R. Smith, who is now a free agent.

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Pacers take Hill at No. 23

With uncertainly surrounding Danny Granger, the Pacers have drafted some wing help in the form of Solomon Hill.

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Nets pick Mason Plumlee at No. 22

The Brooklyn Nets' first pick in the first draft hosted in the Barclays Center was Duke's Mason Plumlee, little brother of Indiana's Miles, although their night is dependent on what happens in a...

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Gorgui Dieng selected by Timberwolves at No. 21

Dieng heads to Minnesota looking to become a defensive stopper alongside Kevin Love.

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Bulls draft Snell at No. 20

The Bulls needed some help on the wing, and they got it by drafting small forward Tony Snell.

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Cavs select Sergey Karasev at No. 19

After taking Anthony Bennett first overall, Cleveland took gunner Sergey Karasev, who won a bronze medal with the Russian team in the 2012 Olympics, with the No. 19 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.

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Mavericks select Shane Larkin at No. 18

Larkin heads to a Mavericks team in transition and in need to young players to build around.

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Hawks take Schroeder at No. 17

Jeff Teague is a restricted free agent, and the Hawks may have selected his replacement at No. 17 in German point guard Dennis Schroeder.

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Hawks take Brazilian C Nogueira with No. 16

The Atlanta Hawks ended up with the Boston Celtics' pick via the Dallas Mavericks, and took Brazilian center Lucas Nogueira, a talented defender who they'll likely stash.

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