2014 NBA Mock Draft: First Round Playoff Edition

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Jun 27, 2013; Brooklyn, NY, USA; A general view of the arena during the 2013 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

With around two months remaining until the 2014 NBA Draft, that means mock draft season is heating up, as analysts break down every pick just to see where each player is going to land.

Every fan wants to know who their team is selecting, but until Thursday, June 26, everything is just speculation. The playoffs are starting to heat up, and so is the draft talk.

NOTE: The first 14 picks are based off of each team’s best chances to land the certain pick during the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery on May 20.

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  • J Taylor

    i know that Wiggins is the sexy pick for #1, and that the new owners would like a guy who will sell tickets. I am not sure that Wiggins will thrive under the pressure of being a savior in a bad franchise. He disappeared in the NCAA finals. To me Parker is a much safer pick.

    • Shawn McFarland

      I think it’s more of a 1A and 1B with Parker/Wiggins. I think Parker may be the better all around player right now, but Wiggins has a higher ceiling, in my opinion. Besides, not too many college kids will be ready to save a franchise. It will take more than just Wiggins, Parker, or any one player.

  • John hooks

    Um.either your on crack or you got your comparisons wayyyy offff.for example.dwayne wade as vonleh.vonleh is a power forward are you smoking.

    • Shawn McFarland

      You might have misread something. I compared Vonleh to Lamar Odom/Chris Bosh. I did, however, compare Marcus Smart to Wade.