Top 5 Players Orlando Magic Should Target in the Upcoming 2014 NBA Draft

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Top 5 Players Orlando Magic Should Target in the Upcoming 2014 NBA Draft
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Currently with the second-worst record in the NBA, the Orlando Magic (15-37) are all but guaranteed to have a top-five pick when the 2014 NBA draft rolls around, with that pick most likely being closer to No. 1 than No. 5.

The strength and depth of this upcoming draft has the potential to kick-start the Magic franchise back into winning form.

With the likes of Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Joel Embiid atop the draft board, the Magic are sure to get a potential game-changing prospect come the 2014 NBA draft.

Not only will they have a likely top-five pick, but the Orlando Magic will also have another first-round pick that will end up somewhere in the top 15.

Thanks to the Dwight Howard trade, the Magic will receive the first-round pick of whomever finishes with a better record, the Denver Nuggets or the New York Knicks, and that pick looks to be between a late lottery pick and a mid-first-rounder. According to, if the draft were to be today, then that pick would be 13th overall.

First, we’ll take a look at a couple of players the Magic should target with that second first-round pick, and then we’ll count down the five best players they should target with their top-five selection.

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