2014 NBA Draft: Full 2-Round Order and Mock for All Prospects

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2014 NBA Draft: Full 2-Round Order and Mock for All Prospects
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It's so close you can taste it. For prospects, franchises, scouts, general managers and fans, the 2014 NBA draft is just hours away from finally getting underway.

Players at the top of the draft like Joel Embiid, Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker are already prevalent, but several others have hopes of seeing their NBA dream come true as well. In a class loaded with top prospects, much of the second-round talent has a chance to emerge in the coming years.

With the draft nearing, here's a look at a full two-round mock draft and a breakdown of the picks.

2014 NBA Full Mock Draft
First Round
Selection No. Team Player
1 Cleveland Cavaliers Andrew Wiggins
2 Milwaukee Bucks Jabari Parker
3 Philadelphia 76ers Dante Exum
4 Orlando Magic Noah Vonleh
5 Utah Jazz Aaron Gordon
6 Boston Celtics Joel Embiid
7 Los Angeles Lakers Marcus Smart
8 Sacramento Kings Elfrid Payton
9 Charlotte Hornets (From Detroit) Doug McDermott
10 Philadelphia 76ers (From New Orleans) Julius Randle
11 Denver Nuggets Nik Stauskas
12 Orlando Magic (From New York via Denver) Rodney Hood
13 Minnesota Timberwolves Dario Saric
14 Phoenix Suns Tyler Ennis
15 Atlanta Hawks Gary Harris
16 Chicago Bulls (From Charlotte) Adreian Payne
17 Boston Celtics (From Brooklyn) T.J. Warren
18 Phoenix Suns (From Washington) James Young
19 Chicago Bulls Zach LaVine
20 Toronto Raptors Jerami Grant
21 Oklahoma City Thunder (From Dallas via Houston and L.A. Lakers) P.J. Hairston
22 Memphis Grizzlies Jusuf Nurkic
23 Utah Jazz (From Golden State) K.J. McDaniels
24 Charlotte Hornets (From Portland) Kyle Anderson
25 Houston Rockets Jordan Adams
26 Miami Heat Shabazz Napier
27 Phoenix Suns (From Indiana) Clint Capela
28 Los Angeles Clippers Cleanthony Early
29 Oklahoma City Thunder Mitch McGary
30 San Antonio Spurs Jordan Clarkson
Second Round
Selection No. Team
31 Milwaukee Bucks C.J. Wilcox
32 Philadelphia 76ers Nick Johnson
33 Cleveland Cavaliers (From Orlando) DeAndre Daniels
34 New York Knicks (From Dallas via Boston) Jarnell Stokes
35 Utah Jazz Bogdan Bogdanovic
36 Milwaukee Bucks (From L.A. Lakers via Minnesota and Phoenix) Spencer Dinwiddie
37 Toronto Raptors (From Sacramento) Jabari Brown
38 Detroit Pistons Glenn Robinson III
39 Philadelphia 76ers (From Cleveland) Johnny O'Bryant III
40 Minnesota Timberwolves (From New Orleans) Jahii Carson
41 Denver Nuggets Russ Smith
42 Houston Rockets (From New York) Vasilije Micic
43 Atlanta Hawks Patric Young
44 Minnesota Timberwolves James Michael McAdoo
45 Charlotte Hornets Cory Jefferson
46 Washington Wizards Keith Appling
47 Philadelphia 76ers (From Brooklyn via Dallas and Boston) Artem Klimenko
48 Milwaukee Bucks (From Toronto via Phoenix) Deonte Burton
49 Chicago Bulls Jordan McRae
50 Phoenix Suns Thanasis Antetokounmpo
51 New York Knicks (from Dallas) Walter Tavares
52 Philadelphia 76ers (From Memphis via Cleveland) C.J. Fair
53 Minnesota Timberwolves (From Golden State) Joe Harris
54 Philadelphia 76ers (From Houston via Milwaukee) Josh Huestis
55 Miami Heat Melvin Ejim
56 Denver Nuggets (From Portland) Dwight Powell
57 Indiana Pacers Bryce Cotton
58 San Antonio Spurs (From L.A. Clippers via New Orleans) Moussa Diagne
59 Toronto Raptors (From Oklahoma City via New York) Markel Brown
60 San Antonio Spurs Jordan Bachynski

R. Cory Smith's Mock Predictions

Andrew Wiggins, No. 1 overall pick

It kind of has a ring to it.

While some still believe Embiid might have the most upside in this class, all signs now point toward the Cleveland Cavaliers taking either Wiggins or Parker with the first selection. Chad Ford of ESPN (subscription needed) notes that the foot surgery Embiid underwent drastically hurt his stock:

Embiid was the heavy favorite to be the top pick before Thursday's news of the stress fracture in his foot, which will require surgery. Sources in Cleveland say it is now very unlikely the Cavaliers would take him No. 1. Like any team, they will want to see the medical report after the surgery, but this has seriously dampened their enthusiasm for Embiid.

That leaves two prospects -- Wiggins and Jabari Parker. Wiggins worked out for the Cavs on Wednesday and was impressive, according to sources. Although he didn't shoot the ball well, he has improved his ballhandling and showed off his explosive athleticism.

Though the Cavaliers typically keep their decisions pretty close to the vest, there have been rumors coming out of their camp leading up to Thursday. After what appears to be a questionable selection of Anthony Bennett last season, it's hard to think they will pick any other player except for Wiggins or Parker.

Ford explains the tumult taking place in the organization:

Whether it's ultimately Wiggins or Parker, both have promise in the NBA and look to be potential All-Stars in just a few seasons. As for Wiggins, the Canadian forward doesn't lack any confidence, per Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

"I think I'll be a star wherever I go," Wiggins said. "That's just how confident I am in my ability."

With all three players primed to be superstars at the next level, landing any one of them should be a franchise-changing selection. But teams know what they want, and it will ultimately be Wiggins going No. 1 overall.

Talent in the Second Round

What do Isaiah Thomas, Lance Stephenson and Danny Green all have in common? All three notable players were selected in the second round in the last five drafts.

While second-round gems are typically rare, this year's class presents a few players who have a chance to shine. One of those players is Jarnell Stokes, who has seen his stock rise and fall throughout the draft process.

Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun provides his thoughts on the power forward:

The former Tennessee big man clogged up the paint for the Volunteers last season, finishing with 15.1 points and 10.6 rebounds. That type of production translates well to the NBA regardless of what team eventually picks him.

Some predictions have Stokes in the first round, which is where he believes he will be selected, per Ben Frederickson of the Knoxville News Sentinel:

Outside of Stokes, another player to watch is a young guard who emerged early last year before his season was derailed by injury.

Spencer Dinwiddie was the lead man for Colorado last season, scoring 14.7 points with 3.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game. Had he finished out the season, we might be talking about a potential first-round lock with Dinwiddie's talent.

Eric Sondheimer, who covered Dinwiddie in high school with the Los Angeles Times, offered his take on the young man moving forward:

After great college careers, both players have a chance to make a difference in the NBA. While either could potentially rise into the first round, they will both be prospects to watch at the next level.

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