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NBA Draft 2013 Order of Selection

Official Release
Posted May 21, 2013 9:03 PM

NEW YORK -- Following are the results from the NBA Draft 2013 lottery conducted May 21 at the Disney/ABC Times Square Studio. The Cleveland Cavaliers, who had a 15.6 percent chance of obtaining the first selection, will have the first overall pick in the NBA Draft 2013 presented by State Farm, which will be held in Brooklyn at Barclays Center on Thursday, June 27, 2013.

NBA Draft 2013: Round 1 Picks 1-30
1
Cleveland
16
Boston
2
Orlando
17
Atlanta
3
Washington
18
Atlanta
(From Houston via Brooklyn)
4
Charlotte
19
Cleveland
(From L.A. Lakers)
5
Phoenix
20
Chicago
6
New Orleans
21
Utah
(From Golden State via Brooklyn)
7
Sacramento
22
Brooklyn
8
Detroit
23
Indiana
9
Minnesota
24
New York
10
Portland

(From Charlotte)
25
L.A. Clippers
11
Philadelphia
26
Minnesota
(From Memphis via Houston)
12
Oklahoma City

(From Toronto via Houston)
27
Denver
13
Dallas
28
San Antonio
14
Utah
29
Oklahoma City
15
Milwaukee
30
Phoenix
(From Miami via LAL & CLE)
NBA Draft 2013: Round 2 Picks 31-60
31
Cleveland
(From Orlando)
46
Utah
32
Oklahoma City
(From Charlotte)

47
Atlanta
33
Cleveland
48
L.A. Lakers
34
Houston
(From Phoenix)
49
Chicago
35
Philadelphia
(From New Orleans)
50
Atlanta
(From Houston)
36
Sacramento
51
Orlando
(From Golden State via DEN & NYK)
37
Detroit
52
Minnesota
(From Brooklyn)
38
Washington
53
Indiana
39
Portland
(From Minnesota via BOS & CLE)
54
Washington
(From New York)
40
Portland
55
Memphis
41
Memphis
(From Toronto)
56
Detroit
(From L.A. Clippers)
42
Philadelphia
57
Phoenix
(From Denver via L.A. Lakers)
43
Milwaukee
58
San Antonio
44
Dallas
59
Minnesota
(From Oklahoma City)
45
Portland
(From Boston)
60
Memphis
(From Miami)

[Pick 44] This pick may be conveyed to the L.A. Lakers.

[Pick 48]This pick may be conveyed to Dallas

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