When the 2014 NBA draft approaches next summer, several NBA squads will be hoping the lottery balls bounce in their favor.
Who wouldn't want a chance to select Andrew Wiggins, Kansas' incoming 6'8" small forward, who has superstar written all over him?
He's not the only star-quality prospect of that loaded draft class; Duke commit Jabari Parker is an inside-outside force, and incoming Kentucky forward Julius Randle is a physical specimen. Don't forget about Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart and Arizona commit Aaron Gordon.
There's a group of NBA franchises that desperately need the star power these youngsters can provide.
Free agency is also an option for these teams, as the 2014 class is stocked with megastars, scorers and key role players. But for teams that won't attract significant signees, the draft is an exciting avenue to return to glory.