NBA Mock Draft, final edit: Who's No. 1?
JUN 26, 2014 9:21a ET
The fourth and final installment of my 2014 NBA Mock Draft:
1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Jabari Parker, F, Duke. Can score from anywhere, anytime; expected to be an immediate contributor.
3. Philadelphia 76ers: Joel Embiid, C, Kansas. Big health risk, but may be biggest reward of draft someday.
4. Orlando Magic: Dante Exum, G, Australia. Huge mystery, huge gamble and perhaps huge upside. Boom or bust.
5. Utah Jazz: Noah Vonleh, PF, Indiana. Scouts intrigued with size, athleticism and length.
7. Los Angeles Lakers: Marcus Smart, PG, Oklahoma State. Tough, smart and runs team with an edge.
8. Sacramento Kings: Aaron Gordon, PF, Arizona. Poor man's Blake Griffin is rugged and athletic.
10. Philadelphia 76ers: Nik Stauskas, F/G, Michigan. No one in draft shoots better coming off screens.
11. Denver Nuggets: Elfrid Payton, PG, Louisiana-Lafayette. Fastest rising guard in draft; complete point who scores.
12. Orlando Magic: Jusuf Nurkic, F/C, Bosnia. Long and great athlete, but lacking fundamentals.
13. Minnesota Timberwolves: T.J. Warren, F, NC State. Gifted scorer in truest sense; stock climbing.
14. Phoenix Suns: Gary Harris, G, Michigan State. Tough defender and can really shoot.
15. Atlanta Hawks: Rodney Hood, SF, Duke. Deadeye shooter whose overall game is expanding.
16. Chicago Bulls: Zach LaVine, G, UCLA. Unbelievable athlete, needs polish.
17. Boston Celtics: James Young, SF, Kentucky. Lefty who can stroke it and dunk in your face.
18. Phoenix Suns: Adriean Payne, PF, Michigan State. The very definition of the "stretch four," could be a Channing Frye-type.
19. Chicago Bulls: Dario Saric, F, Croatia. A draft-and-stash player who may be worth the wait.
20. Toronto Raptors: Tyler Ennis, PG, Syracuse. Heady floor leader should make a solid, longtime pro.
21. Oklahoma City Thunder: Shabazz Napier, PG, Connecticut. Tough winner who does everything well.
22. Memphis Grizzlies: P.J. Hairston, G, North Carolina/D-League: Well-rounded dude who can put the ball in the basket, period.
23. Utah Jazz: Jerami Grant, SF, Syracuse. Fantastic finisher, but needs work in halfcourt.
24. Charlotte Hornets: Jordan Adams, G, UCLA. Scorer who some say may be even better pro than collegian.
27. Phoenix Suns: K.J. McDaniels, SF, Clemson. Intelligent player with skills and lots of heart.
28. Los Angeles Clippers: Clint Capela, PF/C, Switzerland. Great size, leaper, Chris "Birdman" Andersen-type.
29. Oklahoma City Thunder: Cleanthony Early, F, Wichita State. Winning hustle player who plays with great passion.
30. San Antonio Spurs: Bogdan Bogdanovic, SG, Serbia. Can really shoot it, but otherwise soft and inconsistent.
31. Milwaukee Bucks: Mitch McGary, F/C, Michigan.
32. Philadelphia 76ers: Jarnell Stokes, PF, Tennessee
33. Cleveland Cavaliers: Walter Taveres, C, Spain
34. New York Knicks: Russ Smith, PG, Louisville
35. Utah Jazz: C.J. Wilcox, SG, Washington
36. Milwaukee Bucks: Glenn Robinson, SF, Michigan
37. Toronto Raptors: Patric Young, PF, Florida
39. Philadelphia 76ers: Spencer Dinwiddie, SG, Colorado
40. Minnesota Timberwolves: DeAndre Daniels, SF, Connecticut
41. Denver Nuggets: Vasilije Micic, G, Serbia
42. Houston Rockets: Dwight Powell, PF, Stanford
43. Atlanta Hawks: Thanasis Antetokounmpo, SF, Greece
44. Minnesota Timberwolves: Khem Birch, PF/C, UNLV
45. Charlotte Hornets: Johnny O'Bryant, C, LSU
46. Washington Wizards: Devyn Brown, SG, Iowa
47. Philadelphia 76ers: Artem Klimenko, C, Russia
48. Milwaukee Bucks: Nick Johnson, SG, Arizona
49. Chicago Bulls: Jabari Brown, SG, Missouri
50. Phoenix Suns: Markel Brown, SG, Oklahoma State
51. New York Knicks: Sean Kilpatrick, SG, Cincinnati
52. Philadelphia 76ers: Andre Dawkins, SG, Duke
53. Minnesota Timberwolves: Alec Brown, C, Green Bay
54. Philadelphia 76ers: Semaj Christon, G, Xavier
55. Miami Heat: Nemanja Dangubic, G/F, Serbia
56. Denver Nuggets: Vic Moses, F, Georgetown (Ky.) College
57. Indiana Pacers: James Michael McAdoo, F, North Carolina
58. San Antonio Spurs: Ioannis Papapetrou, SF, Greece
59. Toronto Raptors: C.J. Fair, SF, Syracuse
60. San Antonio Spurs: Aaron Craft, PG, Ohio State