2014 NBA Draft: 5 Biggest Steals

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2014 NBA Draft

Jun 26, 2014; Brooklyn, NY, USA; A general view as basketball fans walk past a sculpture before the 2014 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Sixty picks, dozens of draft day trades and too many bad suits to count later and the 2014 NBA Draft is in the books. The Andrew Wiggins-Jabari Parker speculation for the No. 1 pick was settled, Kevin Love wasn’t traded for anyone’s bundle of picks and commissioner Adam Silver damn near made everybody cry in a special moment by making Baylor’s Isaiah Austin a ceremonial pick by the NBA.

But the biggest questions after a draft are usually the following: 1) Who’s going to be the biggest bust? 2) Who’s going to be the biggest steal? and 3) How will the Cleveland Cavaliers find a way to f**k this up again? Busts are revealed in time and I’m hoping Wiggins is the guy to prevent Cleveland from winning the No. 1 pick again next year, so let’s focus on No. 2.

Without further ado, here are the five biggest steals from last night’s 2014 NBA Draft.

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