Updated 2014 NBA Mock Draft: Best first round picks for each team

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May 8, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; A general view of the NBA playoffs logo on the court before game two of the second round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

We saw the first weekend of NBA postseason action wrap up yesterday but not everyone is focusing on the chase for a title. While some teams are in the playoffs, others are looking to the draft and ways they can make sure they’re not on the outside looking in this time next year.

We won’t know the official draft order until the NBA Draft Lottery takes place and awards the No. 1 pick, but for the time being we have a good idea of where teams will pick and who they will be picking when they go on the clock.

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  • Layton Harman

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  • KeithTang

    Dude, get your facts straight. If Milwaukee takes Wiggins at 1, the Sixers will take Parker at 2, NOT another center that may be unhealthy. We had enough of that with Bynum and Noel. Didn’t you learn anything ? Also, with the Pelicans pick, the Sixers will go with Nik Stauskas, or TJ Warren, not Gary Harris.

  • James

    Terrible Mock draft. Deandre McDaniels has already declared he’s returning to UCONN and it’s looking more and more like Aaron Harris is returning to Kentucky. And No way Patric Young goes in the 1st round. Literally zero chance he goes 1st round in a draft that’s one of the deepest in years. Sorry, not trying to be rude, but this is a poor mock.

    • KeithTang

      Absolutely poor mock. This dude knows nothing of team needs and logical draft picks. I bet he was in favor of the Cav’s Anthony Bennet pick on the last draft day, and the Shawn Bradley fiasco when the Sixers drafted him at #2 many years ago.