The 2014 NBA Draft, A Different Take #1 Through #5

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Nov 30, 2013; Paradise Island, BAHAMAS; Kansas Jayhawks center Joel Embiid (21) blocks the shot of UTEP Miners guard McKenzie Moore (13) during the game at the 2013 Battle 4 Atlantis in the Imperial Arena at the Atlantis Resort. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

The NCAA season has had a lot of prospects to watch.  Players such as Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker are the most common names.  What is interesting though, is, there are players flying under the radar that deserve to be in the lottery.  Wiggins and Parker aren’t exactly displaying NBA level two-way play on the offensive and defensive ends of the court.  Some would say Wiggins has been lackluster or disappointing so far.  Parker?  While his offense is NBA level ready, there’s a lot to be said about his defensive play.  Think of this as a power ranking.  Always draft the best player first.  That’s how the Lakers landed Kobe Bryant while they had All-Star Eddie Jones.  While Laker fans are unsure if the team will make the playoffs, it never hurts to be knowledgeable; prepared if they don’t.

Never draft for position.

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