2013 NBA Draft: Phoenix Suns Select Nemanja Nedovic With No. 30 Pick
With the 30th pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns select Nemanja Nedovic.
Position: Shooting Guard
About the Prospect: Nemanja Nedovic became an intriguing selection at the tail end of the first round. An initial second round projection, the Golden State Warriors are actually the ones taking a chance on him. The Suns swapped the pick with Golden State, but in turn they get a potential back court addition that could someday gel with the Warriors’ assets on the perimeter. Nedovic is a 6-foot-4 combo guard, who can play the point if necessary.
About His Impact on Team: There will be no pressure on the Warriors to throw Nedovic into the mix and it will be interesting to see if or when he comes over to the Golden State organization. The Warriors overshot in their selection of Nedovic, but their back court is loaded with the likes of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. Nedovic could someday become a part of the rotation, but it remains to be seen if that will happen right away. Remember the name, but the expectations are not all that high for either side here.
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