The final 2014 NBA draft big board reflects everything from regular-season performance to predraft workout buzz.
Joel Embiid's recent foot injury has led to a shake-up in the top five, as he'd been our No. 1 guy for the majority of the year.
Either way, this really looks like an awfully strong field when you consider the potential star power at the top and the depth from No. 15 to No. 30. Any team with a first-round pick should have a legitimate chance at walking away with a valuable asset.
This 2014 big board is a straight-up ranking of the prospects based on their NBA potential. This is not the order I anticipate them getting drafted in.
Big board will be updated with the best players available throughout the 2014 NBA draft. For live updates of the results, click here.