2014 NBA Draft

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Winners and losers

Kentucky and Anthony Davis made a big splash in the 2012 NBA draft, while Perry Jones III and Jared Sullinger took the hardest falls.   

Top-Ranked Prospects from Draftexpress

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Rank Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College / Country Round Pick Tm

2014 NBA Draft Tracker

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NBA Tracker by NBA Team
Pick Team Player Pos Ht Wt School/Country
Round 1 3 (3) Washington Wizards Otto Porter SF 6'9 198 Georgetown
Otto Porter

Mike Huguenin's Analysis: The Wizards have a need at small forward, the best player at that position was still available and he happened to play for one of their hometown schools. That made the selection of Georgetown's Otto Porter Jr. a near no-brainer at No. 3. A late-blooming prospect who didn't play AAU ball and faced only modest high school competition in rural Missouri, Porter blossomed into one of the nation's most well-rounded players as a sophomore. He hasn't shown much ability to create off the dribble thus far, but his size, length and versatility make him an intriguing prospect for the Wizards to pair with John Wall and Bradley Beal on the perimeter.

Round 2 5 (35) Washington Wizards Glen Rice SF 6'6 211 Georgia Tech
Glen Rice

Mike Huguenin's Analysis: Dismissed from the team at Georgia Tech in March 2012, Glen Rice Jr. spent a year in the D-League hoping to play his way back onto the NBA's radar. It worked, and now the son of sweet-shooting former Miami Heat star Glen Rice will have a chance to play his way onto the 76ers' roster.

Note: from 76ers via Pelicans

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