May 16, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Carrick Felix is interviewed during the NBA Draft combine at Harrison Street Athletics Facility. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Draft 2013: Cleveland Cavaliers Select Carrick Felix

They started off the first round and they’re kicking off things in the second round. While there aren’t any top prospects left meaning this “No. 1″ pick isn’t nearly as hard to figure out as the first one was, the Cleveland Cavaliers clearly have a bright future ahead of them and have drafted very well so far in the 2013 NBA Draft.

So with the 33rd overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Carrick Felix

Anthony Bennett was clearly the gem of the draft for the Cav’s and grabbing the much hyped Sergey Karasev with the 19th overall pick, Cleveland has pieced together a draft they can be proud of. Adding Carrick Felix to the mix is only icing on top of the cake as while some may argue that Bennett was a reach, the draft as a whole for the Cavaliers was without a doubt something to be happy with.

With Carrick Felix coming to the Cavaliers, they now have some depth in their roster which means they’ll be able to grow even more as a young team and come together as contenders moving into the future. They’ve traded their 31st pick to Blazers but they’ll be hanging onto this one and it could end up paying off.

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