2014 NBA Mock Draft: Season Recap Edition

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As the Connecticut Huskies emerged victorious in the NCAA championship game, we capped off one of the most unpredictable March Madness tournaments in recent memory. Now, many collegiate careers will come to an end as these young prospects make the decision to declare for the 2014 NBA Draft. In the second edition of the Hoops Habit NBA Mock Draft, we take a look back at how these outstanding young players performed this season and how their prospects look prior to the fun of the NBA Draft Lottery, the combine and individual workouts. Note that the season recap edition of the NBA mock draft will NOT be taking into account individual team needs at this time. Now, let’s begin…

NBA Mock Draft

In 2013 it was Anthony Bennett, who will go No. 1 in the 2014 NBA Draft? Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

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  • Letterman007

    I like Stkauskas better than Harris for the Cav’s !! His impact will be more immediate and he has some size to go with it. Not to mention his basketball I Q!!

  • Allison Bell

    The bulls need a starting shooting guard or small forward so therefore we draft all big men with our draft? With Mirotic (spelling not sure, sorry) coming over tell me how Much Since this draft makes for us?

  • EmanMasterOfTheUniverse

    Mock draft didn’t really seem to consider team needs much, starting at the top. In a very deep and diverse draft, would the Bucks draft a player who plays the same position as the only player on their team already that might possess superstar potential? Talking the Greek Freak of course.

    • ethan

      Absolutely correct. Wiggins or Parker will fall to Orlando at no.3 and why would Denver take Ennis when they have Lawson, Brooks and Nate Robinson