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2014 2nd Round

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#TeamPlayerUpdated 6/25/14Comp
31BucksSG – 6-5 – USA – Strong and talented wing who can get hot from downtown.Wesley Mathews
32 76ersPF – 6-10 – Michigan – Big, back to the basket player who is tough to stop in the paint. Plays with a ton of heart.Jordan Hill
33 Cavs*PG – 6-3 – Arizona – A big time athlete who must continue to learn to run the point.Devin Harris
34 KnicksSF – 6-8 – Wichita State – Talented forward with good length. Can really fill up the stat sheet.Terrence Jones
35 JazzSG – 6-3 – Oklahoma State – High flying but undersized two guard who has great athleticism and a vastly improved offensive game.Rodney Stuckey
36 BucksSF – 6-7 – Greece – The Alphabet #2. High level athlete with improving skill level.Ricky Davis
37 Raptors
Johnny O’Bryant
PF – 6-10 – LSU – Big and powerful forward with a much improved offensive game.Daniel Orton
38PistonsSG – 6-5 – Washington – Pure shooting guard with a silky smooth release.Anthony Parker
39 76ersSG – 6-5 – Colorado – High scoring guard with very nice length. Deadly from downtown and from mid range.Jamal Crawford
40 T-Wolves
Damien Inglis
PF – 6-8 – France – A defensive-minded player with nice wingspan and an NBA body.Joey Graham
41NuggetsPF – 6-10 – Stanford – Fundamentally sound forward who lacks ideal power and size for the NBA.Taj Gibson
42RocketsSG – 6-5 – UCLA – Pure scorer on the wing. Plays one step ahead of the game, gets a lot of steals and hits a lot of tough shots.Aaron McKie
43 HawksPG – 6-3 – Xavier – Has ideal point guard size, speed and skill. Quick into the lane with great court vision and timing.Jeff Teague
44 T-Wolves
Xavier Thames
PG – 6-3 – San Diego State – Quick, penetrating guard who can score in bunches.Luther Head
45HornetsSG – 6-5 – Missouri – Well built, strong and quick athlete with a sweet jumper.better Shannon Brown
46 WizardsPG – 6-1 – Nevada – Compact, quick and strong lead guard with nice scoring ability.Avery Bradley
47 76ers*
Artem Klimenko
C – 7-1 – Russia – Has good defensive instincts and could be a solid back up in the League.Matt Geiger
48 Bucks
Nikola Jokic
C – 6-11 – Serbia – Young draft and stash prospect who will continue to develop in Europe.
49 BullsSF – 6-8 – UConn – Skinny but effective wing player who can score the ball.
50 Suns
Vasilje Micic
PG – 6-5 – Serbia – Tall lead guard with exceptional passing ability but lacking speed.Beno Udrih
51 Knicks
Joe Harris
SG – 6-6 – Virginia – Steady vet who does everything well, nothing great.
5276ers*PF – 6-9 – Baylor – Rugged interior defender and rebounder who plays with good power and intensity.Samaki Walker
53T-Wolves*SF – 6-8 – Syracuse – A very efficient scorer with a nice mid range game.Wilson Chandler
54 76ers
Nemanja Dangubic
SF – 6-8 – Serbia – Very long and wiry athlete with nice range.
55 HeatSF – 6-9 – North Carolina – Highly talented forward who struggles to put it all together.Melvin Ely
56 Magic
Cameron Bairstow
PF – 6-10 – New Mexico – Bruising, hustle player who has some value due to his physical style of play.
57 Pacers
Bryce Cotton
PG – 6-1 – Providence – A scoring lead guard who will likely struggle to get his shot against NBA level D.
58 Spurs*PF – 6-9 – UNLV – High flying forward who is a bit undersized for the pro game.Chris Wilcox
59 Raptors*
Jordan Bachynski
C – 7-2 – Arizona State – Very coordinated for a 7-2 player and elevates well. Guards the rim and changes a lot of shots.
60 SpursSF – 6-8 – Iowa State – Well rounded player who contributes in all facets of the game.
61bubble
Justin Cobbs
PG – 6-4 – California – Combo guard with nice ability to score the ball. Plays with good intensity and leadership. Delonte West
62 
DeAndre Kane
SG – 6-4 – Iowa State – A versatile guard with a great feel for the game.
63 C – 7-1 – Baylor – Health concerns will keep Austin from playing in the NBA. Our best wishes go out to him!
64 
Ondrej Balvin
C – 7-2 – Czech Republic – Mammoth Czech player with good hands and decent athleticism but a lot of development needed.
65 
Andre Dawkins
SG – 6-5 – Duke – Exceptional three point shooter who plays a one dimensional game.Sam Jacobson
66 
Fuquan Edwin
SG – 6-6 – Seton Hall 
67 SF – 6-8 – St. Johns – Elite athlete with an undeveloped offensive game. 
68 
Russ Smith
PG – 6-0 – Louisville 
69 SF – 6-8 – Ohio State – Deadly three point shooter who needs to develop the rest of his game.Rasual Butler
70 
Roy Devyn Marble
SG – 6-6 – Iowa – Heady player with limited upside. 
71 PF – 6-9 – Florida – Well built power forward who’s game has plateaued. 
72 PG – 5-10 – Arizona State – Pint-sized powerhouse who is impossible to keep out of the lane.Nate Robinson
73 
Kendall Williams
PG – 6-3 – New Mexico – Has good size for a lead guard and plays with good poise and control.George Hill
74 
Keith Appling
PG – 6-1 – Michigan State – Steady veteran PG with limited upside.