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July 3rd, 2014
The 2014 NBA Draft has come and gone, leaving its share of drama and optimism. Unfortunately for us die-hard draft fans, the NBA Draft consists of only two rounds. In this year’s mega-deep draft, several undrafted players could have been selected in most drafts, 2013 for instance? Here, we take a look at what might have gone down if a third round were to be added to draft night:
1) Milwaukee Bucks – Deonte Burton – PG – Nevada
The 2014 NBA Draft was one of the most exciting drafts ever, with drama right from the top pick.
With the draft in the books, it's time to take a look at which teams made the best decisions on draft night.
NBADraft.net's Michael Visenberg (West) and Dave Ray (East) break down the entire draft.
Draft fans, with the NBA draft just a day away (Thursday at 7:00 PM ET) we invite you to participate in our 2014 Draft Day Challenge.
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With the 2014 NBA draft just over 24 hours away and things having been shaken up by the Embiid injury and LeBron's free agency, here is our final extended first round mock.
Less than 24 hours before the main event, NBA Draft hopefuls gathered near Times Square for Draft Media Day. Fore just one last round of questioning from reporters, a night of (nerves filled) sleep, and little else separated these young men from beginning their lives as professional athletes. As recently as last week, there appeared to be some kind of order in this draft -- a relief considering last year's debacle. However, when news broke that a certain Cameroonian Jayhawk and former consensus #1 overall pick became hobbled with a stress fracture in his foot, all bets wer
By Rick Fois
With the draft rapidly approaching, it's time to analyze the top international prospects. With any international player, there is an air of mystery surrounding how well his game will translate to the NBA. Here is a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the top-10 overseas prospects.
1. Dante Exum, 6'6 PG/SG Australia 1995