2013 NBA Mock Re-Draft: Round One – Picks 16-30

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  1. Boston Celtics: Kelly Olynyk, PF/C, Gonzaga
    Olynyk is a big part of the Celtics, and they traded to No. 13 to draft him, so getting the stretch four at No. 16 is a bargain.

  2. Atlanta Hawks: Shabazz Muhammad, SF, UCLA
    This team has to find perimeter scorers, and Shabazz Muhammad was one of the best in the 2013 NBA Draft and could play a big role for the Hawks. Pure scorers like him will find a way to score no matter what, and he would arguably be Atlanta’s best perimeter scorer this season. His per-minute numbers are excellent in the NBA in just over a season.

  3. Atlanta Hawks: Rudy Gobert, C, Spain
    Gobert is so big that it’s ridiculous. He could be one of the NBA’s best shot-blockers and rebounders, plus he is also very efficient scoring the ball. Gobert is 7-1 and 22 years old, and will just get better as he gets more experience.

  4. Cleveland Cavaliers: Matthew Dellevedova, SG, St. Mary’s
    The one player in this article who wasn’t drafted goes to the franchise that has him. Dellavedova is a strong shooter and distributor who is playing a role on a contender. The Cavaliers would love to draft him at No. 19.

  5. Chicago Bulls: C.J. McCollum, G, Lehigh
    McCollum was drafted as a potential starting guard or an elite sixth man, and the Bulls could use the latter. No player drafted here would play much of a role in Chicago, but Derrick Rose and McCollum could be an excellent scoring guard duo, plus Tom Thibodeau and his staff love small scoring guards.

  6. Utah Jazz: Andre Roberson, G/F, Colorado
    Roberson is having an excellent sophomore NBA season with the Thunder, and yes, he is a perimeter player who cannot shoot, but he is an efficient scorer, an elite rebounder and a talented defender. Roberson is a versatile player and would give the Jazz another perimeter talent. Utah just started Richard Jefferson, so the team could have used it.

  7. Brooklyn Nets: Reggie Bullock, G/F, North Carolina
    The Nets have a lot of big-name players and expensive talents, but what they could really use are role players. Bullock is an excellent shooting talent who would give space to Joe Johnson, Deron Williams and Brook Lopez, plus give the Nets valuable depth on the perimeter, which they could use this season.

  8. Indiana Pacers: Ray McCallum, PG, Detroit
    Per minute, McCallum had an excellent rookie season – one of the best. Meanwhile, the Pacers have a lot of problems at point guard, and he could be starting for them today had they drafted him.

  9. New York Knicks: Shane Larkin, PG, Miami
    Larkin is starting for the Knicks today, and although it is because of injuries, he is still a strong match with this franchise. He is a winner, a shooter and scorer, and as a point guard in the triangle that’s enough, just ask his coach.

  10. Los Angeles Clippers: Ryan Kelly, PF/C, Duke
    The Clippers spent a lot of money on Spencer Hawes this offseason, and they were right to sign him, but they could have really used a stretch four. Kelly has shown that he is an NBA player, and stretch fours are valuable in the league.

  11. Minnesota Timberwolves: Pierre Jackson, PG, Baylor
    Jackson is a scorer who has the talent to be an NBA sixth man, and the Timberwolves have had trouble finding any guards who can score efficiently. Given Rubio’s defense, size and distribution skills, Jackson and he could play a lot of minutes together as an excellent point guard duo.

  12. Denver Nuggets: Glen Rice Jr., G/F, NBADL
    Rice hasn’t yet gotten much of a chance in the NBA, but the first D-League player drafted in the first round can be a big-time scorer off the bench, and the Nuggets had zero guard depth at the time. Denver has Aaron Afflalo and Gary Harris now, but Rice is the best player the team can draft here and he could help out.

  13. San Antonio Spurs: Lucas Norgueria, C, Brazil
    The Spurs took a foreign player here in Livio Jean-Charles, but in this scenario, they would take one that is actually in the NBA and could help them.

  14. Oklahoma City Thunder: Tony Snell, G/F, New Mexico
    With Thabo Sefolosha a free agent who signed in Atlanta, Oklahoma City is lucky it drafted Roberson in real life. But Roberson isn’t here in this scenario. Tony Snell though is a solid defender with two-way potential. He is even getting some minutes on a contender this season.

  15. Phoenix Suns: Jeff Withey, C, Kansas
    A strong second center with excellent rebounding and shot-blocking talents, Withey would be a very nice fit on the Suns which start an athletic energy center in Miles Plumlee. Withey could play with Plumlee, too, so he wouldn’t just be getting the second-unit minutes in Phoenix.

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