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It’s been two weeks since the release of isportsweb’s first NBA mock draft, and as we near the 2013 NBA draft there have been a few changes in the top-14. Checkout version two of the 2013 NBA mock draft, and look out for the third and final predictions a week before the draft on June 27. 1. Cleveland Cavaliers — Nerlens Noel, Center, Kentucky 2. Orlando Magic — Ben McLemore, Shooting Guard, Kansas 3. Washington Wizards – Otto Porter, Small Forward, Georgetown 4. Charlotte Bobcats — Anthony Bennett, Power Forward, UNLV 5. Phoenix Suns — Victor Oladipo, Shooting Guard, Indiana 6. New Orleans Pelicans — Alex Len, Center, Maryland 7. Sacramento Kings — Michael Carter-Williams, Point Guard, Syracuse 8. Detroit Pistons — Trey Burke, Point Guard, Michigan 9. Minnesota Timberwolves — C.J. McCollum, Guard, Lehigh 10. Portland Trailblazers — Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Shooting Guard, Georgia 11. Philadelphia 76ers — Cody Zeller, Power Forward, Indiana 12. Oklahoma City Thunder — Steven A

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The Cleveland Cavaliers should plan well for 2014 but not just for LeBron James

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Dr. James Andrews: Team that drafts Nerlens Noel ‘has to go slowly’

With the NBA draft less than a month away Nerlens Noel’s injured knee is in the spotlight. The odds on favorite to be selected by the Cavaliers with the first overall pick is in the middle of a strenuous rehab process after tearing his ACL back in February. Noel’s surgeon, Dr. James Andrews spoke with ESPN and painted a realistic picture of what to expect from Noel’s recovery...
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