NBA draft analysis, pick by pick
1. CLEVELAND: Anthony Bennett, 6-8 freshman power forward, Nevada-Las Vegas
NBA body but not an NBA game, at least yet. Could wind up as worst No. 1 pick since Pervis Ellison in 1989. No wonder Cavs tried to trade pick.
2. ORLANDO: Victor Oladipo, 6-4 junior shooting guard, Indiana
Athletic, great defender. Came from nowhere in one year to become No. 2 pick.
3. WASHINGTON: Otto Porter Jr., 6-9 sophomore small forward, Georgetown
Can run and defend, but 198 pounds? Better carb up, youngster.
4. CHARLOTTE: Cody Zeller, 7-0 sophomore center, Indiana
Youngest member of Zeller basketball clan has hops and handle. Two Hoosiers taken in top four.
5. PHOENIX: Alex Len, 7-1 freshman center, Maryland
Seven weeks after stress fracture of leg, Ukraine native is top-five pick. Plenty of upside.
6. PHILADELPHIA (from New Orleans): Nerlens Noel, 7-0 freshman center, Kentucky
Skinny post projected as potential No. 1 pick headed to Philadelphia along with 2014 first-round pick for Jrue Holliday and a second-round pick.
7. SACRAMENTO: Ben McLemore, 6-5 freshman shooting guard, Kansas
Great story of kid coming from poverty to hit NBA lottery. All-Star potential.
8. DETROIT: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, 6-6 sophomore shooting guard, Georgia
Kid can fill it up from the perimeter. Blazers coveted him.
9. UTAH (from Minnesota): Trey Burke, 6-1 sophomore point guard, Michigan
Polished floor general acquired by Jazz in swap of first-round picks.
10. PORTLAND: CJ McCollum, 6-3 senior shooting guard, Lehigh
Comparisons with Damian Lillard: Both 6-3, from mid-major schools, both seniors, both scorers. Could wind up as Blazers' third guard next season.
11. PHILADELPHIA: Michael Carter-Williams, 6-6 sophomore guard, Syracuse
Long, good defensively, needs to hone offensive game.
12. OKLAHOMA CITY: Steven Adams, 7-0 freshman center, Pittsburgh
Not bad for a New Zealander who averaged 7.2 points and shot 44 percent at foul line at Pitt last season.
13. BOSTON (from Dallas): Kelly Olynyk, 7-0 junior center, Gonzaga
Acquired from Dallas for two second-round picks. Mavericks trade pick to open salary-cap room to try to sign Dwight Howard.
14. MINNESOTA (from Utah): Shabazz Muhammad, 6-8 freshman small forward, UCLA
Acquired by Timberwolves in swap of first-round picks. Averaged 18 points in only season as Bruin, but short on athleticism and deportment.
15. MILWAUKEE: Giannis Antetokounmpo, 6-9 forward from Greece
At 18, youngest player in draft. At 196 pounds, the skinniest. Biggest problem for Bucks will be finding room for name on back of jersey.
16. ATLANTA (from Dallas): Lucas Nogueria, 7-0 center, 20, Brazil
Pick originally owned by Boston went to Dallas, which sent No. 16 pick and ex-Oregon State guard Jared Cunningham to Hawks for Shane Larkin and a second-round pick. Nogueria is shot-blocker and runner, sleeper with upside and '70s-style Afro.
17. ATLANTA: Dennis Schroeder, 6-2 point guard, 19, Germany
Athletic defender caught eye of scouts with play at Nike Hoop Summit in Portland.
18. DALLAS (from Atlanta): Shane Larkin, 5-11 sophomore point guard, Miami
Barry Larkin's son has 44-inch jump reach and point guard mentality.
19. CLEVELAND: Sergey Karasev, 6-8, shooting guard, 19, Russia
Lithe left-hander has length and shooting ability. Might wind up playing in Europe another year.
20. CHICAGO: Tony Snell, 6-7 small forward, New Mexico
Pull-up jump shooter who will need to work on other skills to get into Bulls' rotation.
21. MINNESOTA (from Utah): Gorgui Dieng, 6-11 junior center, Louisville
Second of two-first round picks sent from Jazz for Trey Burke. Good rebounder and outstanding shot-blocker likely to back up Nikola Pekovic for Timberwolves.
22. BROOKLYN: Mason Plumlee, 7-0 senior center, Duke
Brother Miles sat on Indiana bench last season. Tough, solid rebounder, athletic for big.
23. INDIANA: Solomon Hill, 6-7 senior small forward, Arizona
Versatile wing provides depth for Pacers, and maybe more depending on offseason moves.
24. NEW YORK: Tim Hardaway Jr., 6-6 junior guard, Michigan. Son of former all-star point guard is catch-and-shoot who will be called upon to play right away by Knicks.
25. L.A. CLIPPERS: Reggie Bullock, 6-7 junior guard, North Carolina
Catch-and-shoot player also can get to the rim.
26. OKLAHOMA CITY (from Golden State via Minnesota): Andre Roberson, 6-7 junior forward, Colorado
Thunder made trade for rights to erratic shooter who averaged 10.9 points but also 11.2 rebounds for Buffaloes last season. Wasn't supposed to go until second round.
27. UTAH (from Denver): Rudy Gobert, 7-2 center, 21, France
With a 7-9 wingspan, can use both hands around the basket.
28. SAN ANTONIO: Livio Jean-Charles, 6-9 power forward, 19, French Guiana
Future pick who impressed scouts at Nike Hoop Summit.
29. PHOENIX (from Oklahoma City): Archie Goodwin, 6-5 freshman shooting guard, Kentucky
Combo guard good in transition.
30. GOLDEN STATE (from Phoenix): Nemanja Nedovic, 6-4 point guard, Serbia
Athletic but another player who might not make it to NBA for a while.
31: PORTLAND (from Cleveland): Allen Crabbe, 6-6 junior shooting guard, California
Trail Blazers sent two lower, future second-round picks to Cavaliers for Crabbe, a two-time all-Pac-12 selection who is good spot-up shooter.
39. PORTLAND: Jeff Withey, 7-0 senior center, Kansas
Started at Arizona, transferred to Kansas and led Big 12 in blocked shots his last two seasons, earning Big 12 defensive player of year award as senior.
40. PORTLAND: Grant Jerrett, 6-10 freshman power forward, Arizona
3-point shooter. Face-up shooter who averaged 5.2 points and 3.6 rebounds destined for D-League if Blazers keep pick. (Portland then traded Jerrett's rights to Oklahoma City for cash considerations).
45. PORTLAND: Marko Todorovic, 6-11 forward, 21, Montenegro
Likely to wind up in Europe next season, and maybe the season after.