The Thunder will own Toronto's first-round pick in the 2013 NBA Draft if the selection comes within Nos. 4 through 14.
Whether general manager Sam Presti will keep the pick or swap it remains to be seen, but here is a list of players who likely will be considered in the Nos. 4-14 range in the June 27 draft:
4. C Cody Zeller (Indiana), 6-11, 240, So.: Runs the court extremely well, fundamentally sound, smart and an active target.
5. SF Shabazz Muhammad (UCLA), 6-6, 225, Fr.: Left-hander with ridiculous athleticism, yet nowhere near his full potential.
6. PF Anthony Bennett (UNLV), 6-7, 240, Fr.: Imposing, powerful, long and athletic presence who can overpower offensively.
7. SG Victor Oladipo (Indiana), 6-4, 215, Jr.: Skywalker who might be the most athletic player in the draft. Excels defensively.
8. C Alex Len (Maryland), 7-1, 250, So.: A tall space-eater with tremendous potential. Has defensive presence, but also can shoot.
9. SG CJ McCollum (Lehigh), 6-4, 215, Sr.: Suffered broken foot in January and led nation in scoring (25.7) when he was injured.
10. C Kelly Olynyk (Gonzaga), 7-0, 240, Jr.: Long in hair and talent. Looks a bit like Bill Walton with 1977 Portland Trail Blazers.
11. SF Glenn Robinson III (Michigan), 6-6, 210, Fr.: Son of former Purdue great attacks from the wing and has solid perimeter game.
12. PF Mason Plumlee (Duke), 6-11, 240, Sr.: Remarkably smooth athleticism for someone his size. Has tremendous potential inside.
13. PG Trey Burke (Michigan), 6-0, 190, So.: Second-best point guard prospect behind OSU's Marcus Smart, albeit a distant second.
14. SF Otto Porter (Georgetown), 6-8, 205, So.: What he lacks in size, he more than makes up for in strength and a 7-foot-1 wingspan.
Projected top 3 picks: 1. SG Ben McLemore (Kansas), 6-5, 195, Fr.; 2. PG Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State), 6-4, 225, Fr.; 3. C Nerlens Noel (Kentucky), 6-11, 225, Fr.