2014 NBA Mock Draft: Conference Championship Edition

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Feb 15, 2014; New Orleans, LA, USA; A view of the NBA logo at the NBA All Star Jam Session at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA Draft is just around the corner and while some teams are making a playoff push, there are plenty of teams already looking forward to what this offseason will bring and who will be there to make their team better downy he road via the draft.

There could be some serious movement in the draft thanks to trades. As of the current standings, the Phoenix Suns have three first round draft picks thanks to the Wizards and Pacers picks falling out of the top 12. The Magic will likely get two lottery picks thanks to the Denver Nuggets but the Nuggets will keep a lottery pick thanks to the Knicks.

All of this can change from week to week and especially with the layout of the lottery, but let’s take a look at how the draft shakes up this week. 

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  • Jensan

    Hey putz, wrong Hairston, not the one from Duke, but UNC… Who was kicked off the program

  • Joshua Giovannone

    I think the Pistons will tank enough to get the 8 pick. They are losing continuously and it’s only getting worse

  • Hugo

    No way the Lakers choose Randle over Parker. Jabari Parker is the most NBA ready and Lakers want to get back to the players as soon as possible.

    • Blake Mullins

      Parker will be gone by the time the Lakers are on the board

  • Letterman007

    Cleveland needs a scorer and that means McDermott, they need someone who can fill it up, not another project, good God they have nothing but projects on the roster now!!!

  • wbramh

    While I like the idea of Wiggins and Vonleh going to the Sixers, it would not give them a starting 5 that includes Noel, Carter-Williams and Young unless they play three forwards. They’ll still need another hot shot starting guard to complement Carter-Williams – unless they convert the 6’8″ Wiggins into a guard which might not be so crazy. Alongside the 6’6″ Carter-Williams they’d enjoy incredible backcourt height.But if a great guard is available when their second pick comes up (maybe Kentucky’s James Young), I believe they’ll go that route and try to lure an all star veteran forward like Carmelo or Dirk to Philadelphia and use Thaddeus Young as a sixth man. Now that team could go from awful this year to deep in the playoffs by next season. Young, tall, talented and fast.

  • John

    Jerami Grant does not have a great mid range game. Its actually terrible. Do your research