The Suns' basketball staff has spent years, in many cases, analyzing candidates for the June 25 draft.

They pore over the details of diamonds in the rough like jewelers and turn more analytic over the past month, when they met with 18 players individually at the draft combine in Chicago and worked out 81 prospects at US Airways Center.

Suns General Manager Ryan McDonough is optimistic about taking a player at No. 13 from one of those two groups.

"We're very comfortable staying there and picking there," McDonough said. "It would have to take a really good offer for us to move the pick. I think it's unlikely we'll add an additional first-round pick this year or drop down in the draft. We'll take those calls if they come to us but we're comfortable with where we are at 13. We like the pool of players we think will be there."