Now that pretty much every big name has thrown his hat into the 2014 NBA draft, it's time to deliver updated grades for our top 10 prospects.
These marks not only account for statistical productivity, but they're also based on the eye test and how fluidly the player accomplishes each task.
A lot has happened since we last served up report cards; however, the postseason didn't transform everyone's grades. Some revealed improved aspects and expanded repertoires, but other thoroughbreds kept doing what they do best.
As with our last installment, these grades are meant to indicate what these ballers are good at right now rather than a projection of their future.