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Grades: 2013 NBA Draft Round 2

by | NBA Writer

CBSSports.com NBA Writer Matt Moore analyzes each pick from Round 2 of the 2013 NBA Draft, grading each team on its draft-night selections. Refresh this page during the round for the latest grades.

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Grades: Round 1Round 2

31A+Cavaliers select: Allen Crabbe, SG, California

He's headed to Portland in a trade. An absolute steal at this point and a tremendous shooter for them to add off the bench.

32B+Thunder select: Alex Abrines, SG, Spain

Tremendous playmaker and scorer with great athleticism. He can contribute immediately.

33C+Cavaliers select: Carrick Felix, SG, Arizona State

A little bit of a reach but if he can contribute defensively, it's worth it.

34B-Rockets select: Isaiah Canaan, PG, Murray State

They need point guard depth but he tends to attack into the trees too much.

35A+76ers select: Glen Rice Jr., SF, Georgia Tech

This pick heads to Washington via trade. Big and athletic, able to contributed right away. Tremendous value pick.

36A+Kings select: Ray McCallum, PG, Detroit

Able to fill an immediate need and could be a part of their future if they clean house. Good creator for a team that needs it.

37A+Pistons select: Tony Mitchell, PF, North Texas

Great bench guy to bring energy and muscle. There were questions about Andre Drummond's motor,too. Look how that worked out.

38A-Wizards select: Nate Wolters, PG, South Dakota State

They have a legitimate need at backup point guard and this gives them a high upside talent to develop.

39B-Trail Blazers select: Jeff Withey, C, Kansas

They need a center, so that works. But you wonder about a lineup with him and Meyers Leonard. The mega-awkward lineup.

40CTrail Blazers select: Grant Jerrett, PF, Arizona

Good power and range. If he can find a way to contribute defensively, he could stick.

41BGrizzlies select: Jamaal Franklin, SG, San Diego State

Works as an effective combination scoring wise. Doesn't stretch the floor, but they need a creator.

42B-76ers select: Pierre Jackson, PG, Baylor

Tiny tiny tiny, but able to produce as a pure point. Getting crowded in that backcourt.

43B+Bucks select: Ricky Ledo, SG, Providence

Headed to Dallas via trade. Ledo could have been a low-20s pick and this is good value. But will the Mavericks give him a chance to prove himself?

44C-Mavericks select: Mike Muscala, C, Bucknell

Headed to Milwaukee via trade. He's not able to give them enough and they're loaded down low anyway.

45DTrail Blazers select: Marko Todorovic, C, Serbia

6-11 is great, but what kind of role does he feel?

46A+Jazz select: Erick Green, PG, Virginia Tech

Fantastic talent at a position they need. Big pickup for them.

47D-Hawks select: Raul Neto, PG,

It's like Ricky Rubio, only he'll never play for them.

48C-Lakers select: Ryan Kelly, PF, Duke

Does he help them re-sign Dwight Howard? Then this doesn't matter.

49A-Bulls select: Erik Murphy, PF, Florida

Good value here and fills a significant need off the bench for a big.

50BHawks select: James Ennis, SF, Long Beach State

The Hawks needed small forward depth but I wonder if he's really going to be able to translate his game.

51FMagic select: Romero Osby, PF, Oklahoma

23 years old in the second round? Never a good look.

52A-Timberwolves select: Lorenzo Brown, PG, N.C. State

First-round talent at a position of need. Provides relief for Rubio.

53BPacers select: Colton Iverson, C, Colorado State

Big, raw, just what the doctor ordered for their frontcourt.

54B-Wizards select: Arsalan Kazemi, PF, Iran

Terrific rebounding ability worth a look on a summer league team.

55CGrizzlies select: Joffrey Lauvergne, PF, Mulhouse

Headed to Denver via trade. Unlikely to make an impact short or long term.

56B+Pistons select: Peyton Siva, PG, Louisville

Had great workouts, terrific work ethic, good leadership.

57B+Suns select: Alex Oriakhi, PF, Missouri

High upside at his slot, could surprise with athleticism.

58B+Spurs select: Deshaun Thomas, SF, Ohio State

A hard working guy with a high IQ, perfect for the Spurs' D-League team.

59C-Timberwolves select: Bojan Dubljevic, PF, Montenegro

Standard Euro stash.

60DGrizzlies select: Janis Timma, SF,

He will not play.


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