NBA Draft 2014 Tracker: Full List of Results and Picks

Tyler BrookeSenior Analyst IIJune 26, 2014

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After months of waiting and grueling anticipation, the 2014 NBA draft is finally here as prospects from one of the deepest classes in recent memory finally find out which teams they'll be playing for in the Association. 

Below are the complete results and selections from Thursday night.

2014 NBA Draft Round 1
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
1CavaliersAndrew WigginsSFKansas
2BucksJabari ParkerSFDuke
376ersJoel EmbiidCKansas
4MagicAaron GordonPFArizona
5JazzDante ExumPGAustralia
6CelticsMarcus SmartPGOklahoma State
7LakersJulius RandlePFKentucky
8KingsNik StauskasSGMichigan
9HornetsNoah VonlehPFIndiana
10MagicElfrid PaytonPGUL Lafayette
11BullsDoug McDermottSFCreighton
1276ersDario SaricSFCroatia
13TimberwolvesZach LaVinePGUCLA
14SunsT.J. WarrenSFN.C. State
15HawksAdreian PaynePFMichigan State
16NuggetsJusuf NurkicCBosnia-Herzegovina
17CelticsJames YoungSGKentucky
18SunsTyler EnnisPGSyracuse
19NuggetsGary HarrisSGMichigan State
20RaptorsBruno CabocloSFBrazil
21ThunderMitch McGaryPFMichigan
22GrizzliesJordan AdamsSGUCLA
23JazzRodney HoodSFDuke
24HeatShabazz NapierPGConnecticut
25RocketsClint CapelaPFSwitzerland
26HornetsP.J. HairstonSGUNC/NBA D-League
27SunsBogdan BogdanovicSGSerbia
28ClippersC.J. WilcoxSGWashington
29ThunderJosh HuestisSFStanford
30SpursKyle AndersonSFUCLA
Highlighted picks indicate draft-day trade

Draft-Day Trades

Bulls trade No. 16 and No. 19 selections to Nuggets for Doug McDermott

Magic trade Dario Saric to 76ers for Elfrid Payton

Hornets trade Shabazz Napier to Heat for No. 26, No. 55 and future second-round selections

Jazz trade Jarnell Stokes to Grizzlies for 2016 second-round selection 

Timberwolves trade No. 44 overall selection to Nets for 2016 second-round selection

Wizards trade Jordan Clarkson to Lakers for cash

Sixers trade Russ Smith to Pelicans for Pierre Jackson

2014 NBA Draft Round 2
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
31BucksDamien InglisSFFrance
3276ersK.J. McDanielsSFClemson
33CavaliersJoe HarrisSGVirginia
34KnicksCleanthony EarlySFWichita State
35GrizzliesJarnell StokesPFTennessee
36BucksJohnny O'Bryant IIIPFLSU
37RaptorsDeAndre DanielsSFConnecticut
38PistonsSpencer DinwiddiePGColorado
3976ersJerami GrantSFSyracuse
40TimberwolvesGlenn Robinson IIISFMichigan
41NuggetsNikola JokicPFSerbia
42RocketsNick JohnsonSGArizona
43HawksWalter TavaresCCape Verde
44NetsMarkel BrownSGOklahoma State
45HornetsDwight PowellPFStanford
46LakersJordan ClarksonPGMissouri
47PelicansRuss SmithPGLouisville
48HawksLamar PattersonSGPittsburgh
49BullsCameron BairstowPFNew Mexico
50SunsAlec BrownCGreen Bay
51KnicksThanasis AntetokounmpoSFGreece
5276ersVasilije MicicPGSerbia
53TimberwolvesAlessandro GentileGItaly
5476ersNemanja DangubicSFSerbia
55HornetsSemaj ChristonPGXavier
56NuggetsRoy Devyn MarbleSGIowa
57KnicksLouis LabeyrieCFrance
5876ersJodan McRaeSGTennessee
59RaptorsXavier ThamesPGSan Diego State
60NetsCory JeffersonPFBaylor
Highlighted picks indicated draft-day trade

 

Joel Embiid's injury promised to shake things up, but really, the first few picks looked familiar if you paid attention to any of the thousands of mock drafts. The Cavs selected the athletically gifted Andrew Wiggins at No. 1 overall, while the Bucks took the offensive versatility of Jabari Parker second. 

That's as far as Embiid would fall, with the 76ers taking him at No. 3. Philly then moved their No. 10 pick to Orlando, taking another player unlikely to make an impact this year, Dario Saric, at No. 12. 

As ESPN's Chad Ford noted, the Sixers are the early frontrunner for Jahlil Okafor: 

Orlando delivered the first major surprise, going with Aaron Gordon at No. 4, leaving Dante Exum for the Utah Jazz at No. 5. They would ultimately address their major point guard need, however, grabbing Elfrid Payton and his skyrocketing stock at No. 10. 

Julius Randle, once thought to be a lock for the third overall pick, dropped to seventh. Kobe Bryant didn't mind: 

Raise your hand if you had Nik Stauskas going before Noah Vonleh. Because that happened. The Kings grabbed the Michigan combo guard at eighth overall, while Vonleh slipped to No. 9. 

Chicago and Denver had the best tag-team moment of the night. The Bulls gave up both of their first-round picks—thus freeing up cap space for a run at Carmelo Anthony—to the Nuggets for Doug McDermott, a versatile offensive weapon they need. 

In return, the Nuggets got two potential steals: bruising center Jusuf Nurkic at No. 16, and smooth shooting guard Gary Harris at No. 19. 

Both sides got exactly what they wanted: 

The moment of the night came soon after that trade, as the NBA selected Isaiah Austin, who recently had to give up his dream of playing in the league after being diagnosed with Marfan syndrome, with an honorary pick. 

There weren't many dry eyes at the Barclays Center, as everyone applauded the move: 

The Raptors delivered the biggest shock of the first round, selecting Bruno Caboclo, aka the "Brazilian Kevin Durant," an intriguing-but-extremely-raw talent. He isn't expected to make it to the NBA for at least four years. 

Miami did its best job of wooing back LeBron James, trading up to draft electrifying point guard Shabazz Napier: 

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Finally, as with pretty much every draft from the last 15 years, the Spurs finished off the first round with a perfect pick. They were able to grab point-forward Kyle Anderson, a position-less creator with arguably the best vision and passing skills in the draft.