Live Updates: The 2013 NBA Draft First Round

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Pick No. 1 - Cleveland Cavaliers

Anthony Bennett, forward, UNLV

Pick No. 2 - Orlando Magic

Victor Oladipo, guard, Indiana

Pick No. 3 - Washington Wizards

Otto Porter, forward, Georgetown

Pick No. 4 - Charlotte Bobcats

Cody Zeller, center, Indiana

Pick No. 5 - Phoenix Suns

Alex Len, center, Maryland

Pick No. 6 - New Orleans Pelicans

Nerlens Noel, center, Kentucky

Multiple outlets are reporting that New Orleans will send Noel and a 2014 first round pick to Philadelphia in exchange for Jrue Holiday and the 76ers second round pick (42nd overall) in this draft.

Pick No. 7 - Sacramento Kings

Ben McLemore, guard, Kansas

Pick No. 8 - Detroit Pistons

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, guard, Georgia

Pick No. 9 - Minnesota Timberwolves

Trey Burke, guard, Michigan

Trey Burke will be traded to Utah in exchange for the Jazz' two first-round picks (14 & 21) in this draft. Utah will still select officially, but under direction of Minnesota. The two picks will then be traded for Burke.

Pick No. 10 - Phoenix Trail Blazers

C.J. McCollum, guard, Lehigh

Pick No. 11 - Philadelphia 76ers

Michael Carter-Williams, guard, Syracuse

Pick No. 12 - Oklahoma City Thunder

Steven Adams, center, Pittsburgh

Pick No. 13 - Dallas Mavericks

Kelly Olynyk, center, Gonzaga

Dallas will trade this pick to Boston in exchange for the Celtics' first-round pick (16th overall) and two future second round picks.

Pick No. 14 - Utah Jazz

Shabazz Muhammad, forward, UCLA

This pick was made on behalf of Minnesota, who traded their ninth overall pick, Trey Burke, to Utah in exchange for this pick and Utah's other first-round pick at No. 21.

Pick No. 15 - Milwaukee Bucks

Giannis Adetokunbo, F, Greece

Pick No. 16 - Boston Celtics

Lucas Nogueira, C, Brazil

Boston traded this pick to Dallas in exchange for the Mavericks' 13th pick. The Mavs then traded this pick and Jared Cunningham to Atlanta for the Hawks' first round and second round picks (Nos. 18 & 44)

Pick No. 17 - Atlanta Hawks

Dennis Schroeder, G, Germany

Pick No. 18 - Atlanta Hawks

Shane Larkin, guard, Miami (FL)

Atlanta traded this pick and a second-rounder to Dallas for the 16th overall pick (which the Mavs got from Boston) and Jared Cunningham.

Pick No. 19 - Cleveland Cavaliers

Sergey Karasev, G, Russia

Pick No. 20 - Chicago Bulls

Tony Snell, forward, New Mexico

Pick No. 21 - Utah Jazz

Gorgui Dieng, center, Louisville

This pick was also made on behalf of Minnesota, who traded their ninth overall pick, Trey Burke, to Utah in exchange for this pick and Utah's other first-round pick at No. 14, Shabazz Muhammad.

Pick No. 22 - Brooklyn Nets

Mason Plumlee, center, Duke

Pick No. 23 - Indiana Pacers

Solomon Hill, forward, Arizona

Pick No. 24 - New York Knicks

Tim Hardaway Jr., guard, Michigan

Pick No. 25 - Los Angeles Clippers

Reggie Bullock, guard, North Carolina

Pick No. 26 - Minnesota Timberwolves

Andre Roberson, forward, Colorado

Minnesota traded this pick to Golden State, who previously did not have any picks in this draft, for cash and a future second rounder. The Warriors then sent this pick to Oklahoma City in exchange for the 29th overall pick and cash of their own.

Pick No. 27 - Denver Nuggets

Rudy Gobert, forward, France

Denver will send Gobert to Utah for the 46th pick and cash.

Pick No. 28 - San Antonio Spurs

Livio Jean-Charles, forward, France

Pick No. 29 - Oklahoma City Thunder

Archie Goodwin, guard, Kentucky

Oklahoma City traded this pick and cash to Golden State in exchange for the 26th overall pick, which the Warriors got from Minnesota. The Warriors then flopped with the Phoenix Suns for pick No. 30 and cash.

Pick No. 30 - Phoenix Suns

The Warriors, after making several trades to obtain pick No. 29, then sent that pick to Phoenix in exchange for this pick and marginal cash.

Nemanja Nedovic, guard, Serbia

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