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2014 NBA Mock Draft Vol. 2
By Daniel Sandoval

1. Cleveland Cavaliers-SF/SG-Andrew Wiggins-Kansas

With Joel Embiid's stock falling because of injury, you can expect Andrew Wiggins to be the #1 overall pick because of his scoring ability and the fact that he's always healthy and is a game-changer. Imagine the trio between Irving, Waiters and Wiggins, but it's highly unlikely the Cavs would keep Waiters if Wiggins is drafted.

2. Milwaukee Bucks-SF-Jabari Parker-Duke

Parker remains a top-prospect because of his size and durability, he also provides a lot of scoring. It makes sense for the Bucks to draft Parker as they try and begin a new era in Milwaukee, hopefully Parker can eventually turn the Bucks into contenders. The Bucks can finally get rid of O.J. Mayo who just had the worst season of his career.

3. Philadelphia 76ers-PF-Noah Vonleh-Indiana

Vonleh is the best scoring big man in this year's draft. He can spread the floor with his outside shooting and is a monster on the glass. He has the defensive presence that the Sixes have lacked for quite some time. He's a big-time prospect that will be an all-star in this league.

4. Orlando Magic-PG-Dante Exum-Australia

Exam has a lot of upside with his size and strength. His ability to get to the basket at ease is uncanny. He can improve on his long shot and his defense can be spotty at times which can be a cause of concern with the type of point guards that are in the league today. This move will also solidify Victor Oladipo as the starting shooting guard which he is more fit to play.

5. Utah Jazz-PF-Julius Randle-Kentucky

Easily one of the best rebounds in this class and a great scorer. Randle is a team-orientated player that will do whatever he can to make the team better. I am a little worried about his foot injury though because they can cause problems for him in the future, possibly derail his career. Utah has great core talent that Randle will fit in perfectly, especially because of what kind of locker room guy he is.

6. Boston Celtics-C-Joel Embiid-Kansas

Embiid is a great player with immense talent, but his injuries are a huge concern and are the reason that he has fallen to #6. He will not participate in drills or the summer league, so there is some risk with this pick. Back pain and foot injuries are very alarming for 7-footers, but if he gets passed them he will be a great fit in Boston where they could really use his length and defense.

7. Los Angeles Lakers-PG-Marcus Smart-Oklahoma State

Smart would be a great fit with Kobe in LA, he's tough and can score at will. He has decent defense, but can be a little inconsistent with both his scoring and his defense. The Lakers currently have Steve Nash as their starting point guard. I love Nash, but he will be turning 40 during the season and no team can possibly be good with a beat up point guard.

8. Sacramento Kings-SF-Doug McDermott-Creighton

McDermott can bring his high-flying scoring ability to a team that could not score in crucial moments. He can take some pressure off of DeMarcus Cousins who often gets double-teamed because of his scoring ability in the post. McDermott is also a character guy that would rub off on the Kings, players like Cousins need it the most.

9. Charlotte Hornets-PF-Aaron Gordon-Arizona

Buzz City is back and their first pick will be Aaron Gordon, he can rebound at an elite level and still has a lot of room to grow. He can improve on his scoring because he did disappear in big games, but sometimes showed up; so he will be just fine if he works on his consistency. He has the biggest chance of anyone else in this draft to become a bust if he doesn't improve his game.

10. Philadelphia 76ers-SG-Nik Stauskas-Michigan

Big-play ability, Stauskas can provide a lot of offense for the Sixes coming off the bench. He has an excellent 3-point shot, but should drive to the basket more because teams will defend the three better than in college. He will lead the league in 3-point percentage at some point in his career because he is that good.

11. Denver Nuggets-PF-Clint Capela-Chalon

12 Orlando Magic-SG-Gary Harris-Michigan State

13. Minnesota Timberwolves-PF-Dario Saric-Cibona

14. Phoenix Suns-SF-T.J Warren- N.C. State

15. Atlanta Hawks-SF-Rodney Hood-Duke

16. Chicago Bulls-SF-James Young-Kentucky

17. Boston Celtics-SF-Kyle Anderson-UCLA

18. Phoenix Suns-SF-Glen Robinson III-Michigan

19. Chicago Bulls-PG-Tyler Ennis-Syracuse

20. Toronto Raptors-PF-Adreian Payne-Michigan State

21. Oklahoma City Thunder-C-Jusuf Nurkic-Bosnia

22. Memphis Grizzles-PF/C-Mitch McGary-Michigan

23. Utah Jazz-PF-Jarnell Stokes-Tennessee

24. Charlotte Hornets-SG-C.J. Wilcox-Washington

25. Houston Rockets-SF-K.J. McDaniel's-Clemson

26. Miami Heat-PG-Shabazz Napier-UCONN

27. Phoenix Suns-PF-Jerami Grant-Syracuse

28. Los Angeles Clippers-SG-P.J. Hairston-UNC

29. Oklahoma City Thunder-PF-Cleanthony Early-Wichita State

30. San Antonio Spurs-SG-Zach LaVine-UCLA

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