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Hawks draft pair of PGs
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2013 NBA Draft Round 1
1. Cleveland Cavaliers
Anthony Bennett, PF, UNLV
2. Orlando Magic
Victor Oladipo, SG, Indiana
3. Washington Wizards
Otto Porter, SF, Georgetown
4. Charlotte Bobcats
Cody Zeller, PF, Indiana
5. Phoenix Suns
Alex Len, C, Maryland
6. New Orleans Pelicans
Nerlens Noel, C, Kentucky
7. Sacramento Kings
Ben McLemore, SG, Kansas
8. Detroit Pistons
K. Caldwell-Pope, SG, UGA
9. Minnesota T'wolves
Trey Burke, PG, Michigan
10. Portland Trail Blazers
C.J. McCollum, PG, Lehigh
11. Philadelphia 76ers
M. Carter-Williams, G, SU
12. OKC Thunder
Stephen Adams, C, Pitt
13. Dallas Mavericks
Kelly Olynyk, C, Gonzaga
14. Utah Jazz
Shabazz Muhammad, SF, UCLA
15. Milwaukee Bucks
Giannis Adetokundo, SF, Int'l.
16. Boston Celtics
Lucas Nogueira, C, Int'l.
17. Atlanta Hawks
Dennis Schroeder, G, Int'l.
18. Atlanta Hawks
Shane Larkin, PG, Miami
19. Cleveland Cavaliers
Sergey Karasev, G, Int'l.
20. Chicago Bulls
Tony Snell, SG, N. Mexico
21. Utah Jazz
Gorgui Dieng, C, Louisville
22. Brooklyn Nets
Mason Plumlee, C, Duke
23. Indiana Pacers
Solomon Hill, SF, Arizona
24. New York Knicks
Tim Hardaway Jr., SG, Mich.
25. Los Angeles Clippers
Reggie Bullock, SG, UNC
26. Minnesota T'wolves
Andre Roberson, PF, Colo.
27. Denver Nuggets
Rudy Gobert, C, Int'l.
28. San Antonio Spurs
Livio Jean-Charles, SF, Int'l.
29. OKC Thunder
Archie Goodwin, SG, UK
30. Phoenix Suns
Nemanja Nedovic, PG, Int'l.

    ATLANTA — The Atlanta Hawks have selected Miami point guard Shane Larkin with the 18th overall pick in the NBA draft, one spot after selecting point guard Dennis Schroeder of Germany at No. 17.
    The Hawks will likely trade one of the point guards.
    Larkin, the son of baseball Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin, averaged 14.5 points and 4.6 assists last season at Miami.
    The 5-foot-11, 176-pound Larkin entered the draft after spending two seasons with the Hurricanes. Last season, he helped Miami win the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season and tournament titles and advance to the Sweet 16.
    The Hawks haven't indicated if they want to re-sign Jeff Teague, the incumbent starting point guard who's a restricted free agent.
    Atlanta was potentially considering a center or a shooting guard or forward with its first pick before selecting the 6-foot-1, 180-pound Schroeder, who seems to have impressed Hawks general manager Danny Ferry at a Nike camp in April.
    The Hawks, a possible longshot candidate to sign Atlanta native and Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard as an unrestricted free agent, still likely want to acquire a big post player so Al Horford can move to power forward.

UGA guard picked by Pistons
    Joe Dumars looked at his roster and figured there was really only one choice once the eighth pick in the NBA draft came around.
    No, it wouldn't be Trey Burke, the local favorite who led Michigan to the Final Four. The Detroit Pistons needed a scorer who could play on the wing more than they needed a point guard.
    So the Pistons took Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, a 6-foot-5 guard from Georgia who was the Southeastern Conference player of the year last season. Caldwell-Pope averaged 18.5 points per game as a sophomore in 2012-13 and shot 37 percent from 3-point range.
    Burke, Michael Carter-Williams and C.J. McCollum were all available when Detroit's turn arrived.