In an NBA draft littered with high-upside prospects, there are several ballers with equally severe downsides.
If these boom-or-bust 2014 candidates don't find their niche or sufficiently expand their games, they'll more than likely be huge disappointments.
For some, the difference between making it or breaking it is upgrading their jump-shooting skills or developing their half-court creativity. Others aren't as lucky, as they must deal with size disadvantages or an inadequate grasp of their role.
Which risky prospects landed on our radar, and who topped the list?