2014 NBA Mock Draft: Pre-Combine Evaluations

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Mar 1, 2014; Stillwater, OK, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Andrew Wiggins (22) drives against Oklahoma State Cowboys guard Marcus Smart (33) during the second half at Gallagher-Iba Arena. Oklahoma State beat Kansas 72-65. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 NBA Playoffs are in full swing, leaving the 2014 NBA Draft as something of an afterthought in the casual fan’s mind. Nevertheless, the annual selection process is rapidly approaching and roughly six weeks remain from its commencement.

As the distance lessens and the window for prospect evaluation decreases, teams are cutting down their draft boards. No longer is there intrigue and excitement, but instead a magnifying lens on every single prospect and what they bring to the table.

The question is, how would the draft transpire if it were held today?

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  • Nathan Giese

    As someone that would finally love to see the Wolves get over the hump and make something of their franchise, I don’t see Dario Saric being the answer. But, you know, they have a history of bad picks so it would make sense.

    • Maxwell Ogden

      Who would you rather they select? Too much money locked up in SG, PF & C, and unwavering faith in the PG. No one transcendent at No. 13, so it’s about upside and history of the organization.