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2014 NBA draft

2014 NBA draft
General information
Date(s) June 26, 2014
Time 7:00 PM ET
Location Barclays Center
New York City
Network(s) (US) ESPN
First selection Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland Cavaliers
NBA draft
2013 2015 >
Andrew Wiggins was selected first overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers and was traded two months later to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The 2014 NBA draft was held on June 26, 2014,[1] at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.[2] National Basketball Association (NBA) teams took turns selecting amateur U.S. college basketball players and other eligible players, including international players. The draft lottery took place on May 20, 2014. The Cleveland Cavaliers won the draft lottery to earn the first overall pick in the draft; this is the fourth number-one pick for Cleveland since 2003.[3] This draft would also be the first for the reborn Charlotte Hornets, who played as the Bobcats from 2004-2014, since 2001, when the original Charlotte Hornets last selected as the Charlotte Hornets before moving to New Orleans and eventually become the current New Orleans Pelicans.

Television rights in the United States belonged to ESPN.[4] It was tipped by many to be one of the deepest and most hyped draft classes in recent years, with several players touted as future stars.[5] College underclassmen so touted included: Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker, Joel Embiid, Aaron Gordon, Marcus Smart, Julius Randle, Noah Vonleh, T. J. Warren, Tyler Ennis, and Gary Harris. Other highly touted talents included Australian player Dante Exum and Croatian player Dario Šarić, who declared for the draft, and Doug McDermott, who was automatically eligible as a graduating college senior.

Highlights from the draft included the first selections made by Adam Silver as commissioner and Mark Tatum as deputy commissioner, the second Canadian to be the first overall pick (Andrew Wiggins), the first pair of Canadian top 10 picks and second pair of Canadian lottery picks (Wiggins and Nik Stauskas), three top 20 Canadian selections (Wiggins, Stauskas, and Tyler Ennis), the first NBA Development League player to be selected in the first round (P. J. Hairston), the first time multiple NBA Development League players were selected in the same draft (Hairston and Thanasis Antetokounmpo), and the first Cape Verdean player to be selected in the draft (Walter Tavares). In addition, a standing ovation for Isaiah Austin occurred between the 15th and 16th picks of the draft, which included having the NBA itself hold a ceremonial pick to select him as a means of letting his dream of having his name be heard in the NBA draft come true. Nearly two months after the draft ended, Wiggins was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves as part of a three-team deal that brought Kevin Love to Cleveland; this resulted in the second time since the NBA–ABA merger that a first overall draft pick would not play a single game for the team that drafted him.

Eligibility and entrants

The draft is conducted under the eligibility rules established in the league's new 2011 collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with its players union. The CBA that ended the 2011 lockout instituted no immediate changes to the draft, but called for a committee of owners and players to discuss future changes.[6] As of 2014, the basic eligibility rules for the draft are listed below.

  • All drafted players must be at least 19 years old during the calendar year of the draft. In terms of dates, players eligible for the 2014 draft must be born on or before December 31, 1995.[7]
  • Any player who is not an "international player", as defined in the CBA, must be at least one year removed from the graduation of his high school class.[7] The CBA defines "international players" as players who permanently resided outside the United States for three years prior to the draft, did not complete high school in the U.S., and have never enrolled at a U.S. college or university.[8]

Early entrants

Player who are not automatically eligible must declare their eligibility for the draft by notifying the NBA offices in writing no later than 60 days before the draft.[9][10] For the 2014 draft, this date fell on April 27. After this date, "early entry" players may attend NBA pre-draft camps and individual team workouts to show off their skills and obtain feedback regarding their draft positions. Under the CBA, a player may withdraw his name from consideration from the draft at any time before the final declaration date, which is 10 days before the draft.[11] Under NCAA rules, players will only have until April 16 to withdraw from the draft and maintain their college eligibility.[12]

A player who has hired an agent will forfeit his remaining college eligibility, regardless of whether he is drafted.[13] Also, while the CBA allows a player to withdraw from the draft twice,[11] the NCAA mandates that a player who has declared twice loses his college eligibility.[12]

This year, a total of 45 collegiate players and 30 international players declared as early entry candidates.[14][15] On June 16, the withdrawal deadline, 18 early entry candidates withdrew from the draft, leaving 44 collegiate players and 13 international players as the early entry candidates for the draft.[16]

Automatically eligible entrants

Players who do not meet the criteria for "international" players are automatically eligible if they meet any of the following criteria:[24]

  • They have completed 4 years of their college eligibility.
  • If they graduated from high school in the U.S., but did not enroll in a U.S. college or university, four years have passed since their high school class graduated.
  • They have signed a contract with a professional basketball team outside of the NBA, anywhere in the world, and have played under that contract.

Players who meet the criteria for "international" players are automatically eligible if they meet any of the following criteria:

  • They are least 22 years old during the calendar year of the draft. In terms of dates, players born on or before December 31, 1992 are auotmatically eligible for the 2014 draft.[25]
  • They have signed a contract with a professional basketball team outside of the NBA within the United States, and have played under that contract.[26]
In addition to every college players who has completed their college eligibility and every "international" players who was born on or before December 31, 1992, the following players would also be eligible for selection in the 2014 NBA draft:[22]
Player Nationality[n 4] School / club team
Antetokounmpo, ThanasisThanasis Antetokounmpo  Greece Delaware 87ers (NBA D-League)
Carr, AquilleAquille Carr  United States Delaware 87ers (NBA D-League)
Melvin, ClevelandCleveland Melvin  United States Erie BayHawks (NBA D-League)
Pelle, NorvelNorvel Pelle  United States Delaware 87ers (NBA D-League)
Pittman, ElijahElijah Pittman  United States Delaware 87ers (NBA D-League)

Potential entrants who declined to declare for the draft

Several players discussed as potential entrants in the 2014 draft chose to forego the draft and continue their NCAA careers, including Willie Cauley-Stein,[27] Montrezl Harrell,[28] Caris LeVert,[29] Chris Walker,[30] Rondae Hollis-Jefferson,[31] Sam Dekker,[32] Frank Kaminsky,[32] Wayne Selden,[33] Marcus Paige,[34] Delon Wright,[35] Dakari Johnson,[36] Alex Poythress,[36] Bobby Portis,[37] Ron Baker,[38] Jordan Mickey,[39] Jarell Martin,[40] Jabari Bird,[41][42] Branden Dawson,[37] Jerian Grant,[37] A.J. Hammons,[37] Brice Johnson,[37] R. J. Hunter,[37] LeBryan Nash,[37] Juwan Staten,[37] Kaleb Tarczewski,[37] and twins Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison.[43] Additionally, Latvian prospect Kristaps Porziņģis withdrew shortly before the draft, while Croatian prospect Mario Hezonja declined to enter the draft.[42][44][45]

Draft lottery

The first 14 picks in the draft belong to teams that had missed the playoffs; the order was determined through a lottery. The lottery determined the three teams that would obtain the first three picks on the draft. The remaining first-round picks and the second-round picks were assigned to teams in reverse order of their win-loss record in the previous season. As it is commonplace in the event of identical win-loss records, the NBA performed a random drawing to break the ties on April 18, 2014.[46]

The lottery was held on May 20, 2014 at the Times Square Studios in New York City.[47] The Cleveland Cavaliers, who had the ninth-worst record, won the lottery with just a 1.7% chance to win the first pick. It was the second year in a row the Cavaliers won the lottery, as well as their third time in four years.[48] It also tied the Chicago Bulls ascension in the 2008 NBA draft for the second largest upset ever and the largest upset in the current lottery system that started in 1994.[49] The Milwaukee Bucks, who had the worst record and the highest chance to win the lottery at 25%, obtained the second pick. The lottery completed with the Philadelphia 76ers, who had the second-worst record, obtaining the third pick.[48]

Below were the chances for each team to get specific picks in the draft lottery, rounded to three decimal places:

^ Denotes the actual lottery result
Team 2013–14
Lottery probabilities
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th
Milwaukee Bucks 15–67 250 .250 .215^ .177 .358
Philadelphia 76ers 19–63 199 .199 .188 .171^ .319 .124
Orlando Magic 23–59 156 .156 .157 .156 .225^ .265 .041
Utah Jazz 25–57 104 .104 .112 .121 .099 .373^ .177 .014
Boston Celtics 25–57 103 .103 .111 .120 .238 .342^ .082 .004
Los Angeles Lakers 27–55 63 .063 .071 .081 .440 .304^ .040 .001
Sacramento Kings 28–54 43 .043 .049 .058 .600 .232^ .018 .000
Detroit Pistons1[›] 29–53 28 .028 .033 .039 .725 .168^ .008 .000
Cleveland Cavaliers 33–49 17 .017^ .020 .024 .813 .122 .004 .000
New Orleans Pelicans2[›] 34–48 11 .011 .013 .016 .870^ .089 .002 .000
Denver Nuggets 36–46 8 .008 .009 .012 .907^ .063 .001 .000
New York Knicks3[›] 37–45 7 .007 .008 .010 .935^ .039 .000
Minnesota Timberwolves 40–42 6 .006 .007 .009 .960^ .018
Phoenix Suns 48–34 5 .005 .006 .007 .982^

^ 1: The Charlotte Hornets acquired Detroit Pistons' pick because it fell outside the top eight.[upper-alpha 1]
^ 2: The Philadelphia 76ers acquired New Orleans Pelicans' pick because it fell outside the top five.[upper-alpha 2]
^ 3: The Orlando Magic acquired the lesser of Denver Nuggets' pick and New York Knicks' pick.[upper-alpha 3]

Draft ceremony

In the first round of the draft, each team has five minutes to decide which player they would like to select. During the five minutes, the team can also propose a trade with another team before making their final selection.[57] The NBA commissioner then announce the selection and the player, wearing a basketball cap sporting the team's logo, comes up to the stage to be congratulated and presented to the audience.[58][59] In the second round, each team has two minutes to make their picks while the deputy commissioner assumes the commissioner's role.[60][61]

The NBA annually invites around 10–15 players to sit in the so-called "green room", a special room set aside at the draft site for the invited players to sit with their families and agents.[62] When their names are called, the player leaves the room and goes up on stage. Other players who are not invited, are allowed to attend the ceremony, sit in the stands with the fans and walk up on stage when they're drafted.[63] This year, however, the league decided to invite 21 players to the green room. The 20 players invited and attended the draft are Tyler Ennis, Dante Exum, Aaron Gordon, Gary Harris, Rodney Hood, Zach LaVine, Doug McDermott, Shabazz Napier, Jusuf Nurkić, Jabari Parker, Adreian Payne, Elfrid Payton, Julius Randle, Dario Šarić, Marcus Smart, Nik Stauskas, Noah Vonleh, T. J. Warren, Andrew Wiggins and James Young.[64][65] Joel Embiid was invited, but he was unable to attend the draft due to an injury sustained before the draft and its subsequent surgery that prevented him from traveling to New York.[66] Out of the 21 players invited, 19 players were selected in the top 19. The other two, Hood and Napier, were selected 23rd and 24th respectively.

In addition to the above, former Baylor player Isaiah Austin, who had declared for the draft but was forced to end his playing career after being diagnosed with Marfan syndrome during a physical for the draft, was invited to attend as a special guest of commissioner Adam Silver.[67] During the draft, he was ceremonially drafted by the league between the 15th and the 16th picks and came up to the stage sporting a generic NBA cap.[68]

Draft selections

PG Point guard SG Shooting guard SF Small forward PF Power forward C Center
* Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-Star Game and All-NBA Team
+ Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-Star Game
x Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-NBA Team
# Denotes player who never played in the NBA regular season or playoffs
Jabari Parker was selected second by the Milwaukee Bucks.
Aaron Gordon was selected fourth by the Orlando Magic.
Julius Randle was selected seventh by the Los Angeles Lakers.
Nik Stauskas was selected eighth by the Sacramento Kings.
Noah Vonleh and James Young were selected ninth and 17th by the Charlotte Hornets and Boston Celtics, respectively.
Dario Šarić was selected 12th by the Orlando Magic and traded to the Philadelphia 76ers.
Tyler Ennis was selected 18th by the Phoenix Suns.
Rnd. Pick Player Pos. Nationality[n 4] Team School / club team
1 1 Wiggins, AndrewAndrew Wiggins SG/SF  Canada Cleveland Cavaliers Kansas (Fr.)
1 2 Parker, JabariJabari Parker SF  United States Milwaukee Bucks Duke (Fr.)
1 3 Embiid, JoelJoel Embiid# C  Cameroon Philadelphia 76ers Kansas (Fr.)
1 4 Gordon, AaronAaron Gordon PF  United States Orlando Magic Arizona (Fr.)
1 5 Exum, DanteDante Exum PG/SG  Australia Utah Jazz Australian Institute of Sport[n 5]
1 6 Smart, MarcusMarcus Smart PG  United States Boston Celtics Oklahoma State (So.)
1 7 Randle, JuliusJulius Randle PF  United States Los Angeles Lakers Kentucky (Fr.)
1 8 Stauskas, NikNik Stauskas SG  Canada Sacramento Kings Michigan (So.)
1 9 Vonleh, NoahNoah Vonleh PF  United States Charlotte Hornets (from Detroit)[upper-alpha 1] Indiana (Fr.)
1 10 Payton, ElfridElfrid Payton PG  United States Philadelphia 76ers (from New Orleans,[upper-alpha 2] traded to Orlando)[1] Louisiana–Lafayette (Jr.)
1 11 McDermott, DougDoug McDermott SF  United States Denver Nuggets (traded to Chicago)[2] Creighton (Sr.)
1 12 Saric, DarioDario Šarić# SF/PF  Croatia Orlando Magic (from New York via Denver,[upper-alpha 3] traded to Philadelphia)[1] Cibona Zagreb (Croatia)[n 6]
1 13 LaVine, ZachZach LaVine SG  United States Minnesota Timberwolves UCLA (Fr.)
1 14 Warren, T. J.T. J. Warren SF  United States Phoenix Suns North Carolina State (So.)
1 15 Payne, AdreianAdreian Payne# PF  United States Atlanta Hawks Michigan State (Sr.)
1 16 Nurkić, JusufJusuf Nurkić C  Bosnia and Herzegovina Chicago Bulls (from Charlotte,[upper-alpha 4] traded to Denver)[2] Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia)
1 17 Young, JamesJames Young SG/SF  United States Boston Celtics (from Brooklyn)[upper-alpha 5] Kentucky (Fr.)
1 18 Ennis, TylerTyler Ennis PG  Canada Phoenix Suns (from Washington)[upper-alpha 6] Syracuse (Fr.)
1 19 Harris, GaryGary Harris SG  United States Chicago Bulls (traded to Denver)[2] Michigan State (So.)
1 20 Caboclo, BrunoBruno Caboclo SF  Brazil Toronto Raptors EC Pinheiros (Brazil)
1 21 McGary, MitchMitch McGary# PF  United States Oklahoma City Thunder (from Dallas via L.A. Lakers and Houston)[upper-alpha 7] Michigan (So.)
1 22 Adams, JordanJordan Adams SG  United States Memphis Grizzlies UCLA (So.)
1 23 Hood, RodneyRodney Hood SF  United States Utah Jazz (from Golden State)[upper-alpha 8] Duke (So.)
1 24 Napier, ShabazzShabazz Napier PG  United States[n 8] Charlotte Hornets (from Portland,[upper-alpha 9] traded to Miami)[3] Connecticut (Sr.)
1 25 Capela, ClintClint Capela PF   Switzerland Houston Rockets Élan Chalon (France)
1 26 Hairston, P. J.P. J. Hairston SG  United States Miami Heat (traded to Charlotte)[3] Texas Legends (NBA D-League)
1 27 Bogdanović, BogdanBogdan Bogdanović# SG  Serbia Phoenix Suns (from Indiana)[upper-alpha 10] Partizan Belgrade (Serbia)
1 28 Wilcox, C. J.C. J. Wilcox SG  United States Los Angeles Clippers Washington (Sr.)
1 29 Huestis, JoshJosh Huestis# SF/PF  United States Oklahoma City Thunder Stanford (Sr.)
1 30 Anderson, KyleKyle Anderson SF  United States San Antonio Spurs UCLA (So.)
2 31 Inglis, DamienDamien Inglis# SF  France Milwaukee Bucks Chorale Roanne (France)
2 32 McDaniels, K. J.K. J. McDaniels SF  United States Philadelphia 76ers Clemson (Jr.)
2 33 Harris, JoeJoe Harris SG  United States Cleveland Cavaliers (from Orlando)[upper-alpha 11] Virginia (Sr.)
2 34 Early, CleanthonyCleanthony Early SF  United States New York Knicks (from Boston via Dallas)[upper-alpha 12][upper-alpha 13] Wichita State (Sr.)
2 35 Stokes, JarnellJarnell Stokes PF  United States Utah Jazz (traded to Memphis)[4] Tennessee (Jr.)
2 36 O'Bryant III, JohnnyJohnny O'Bryant III# PF  United States Milwaukee Bucks (from L.A. Lakers via Phoenix and Minnesota)[upper-alpha 14] Louisiana State (Jr.)
2 37 Daniels, DeAndreDeAndre Daniels# SF  United States Toronto Raptors (from Sacramento)[upper-alpha 15] Connecticut (Jr.)
2 38 Dinwiddie, SpencerSpencer Dinwiddie PG/SG  United States Detroit Pistons Colorado (Jr.)
2 39 Grant, JeramiJerami Grant SF  United States Philadelphia 76ers (from Cleveland)[upper-alpha 16] Syracuse (So.)
2 40 Robinson III, GlennGlenn Robinson III SF  United States Minnesota Timberwolves (from New Orleans)[upper-alpha 17] Michigan (So.)
2 41 Jokić, NikolaNikola Jokić# PF/C  Serbia Denver Nuggets Mega Vizura (Serbia)
2 42 Johnson, NickNick Johnson PG/SG  United States Houston Rockets (from New York)[upper-alpha 18] Arizona (Jr.)
2 43 Tavares, WalterWalter Tavares# C  Cape Verde Atlanta Hawks Gran Canaria (Spain)
2 44 Brown, MarkelMarkel Brown SG  United States Minnesota Timberwolves[upper-alpha 19] (traded to Brooklyn)[5] Oklahoma State (Sr.)
2 45 Powell, DwightDwight Powell PF  Canada Charlotte Hornets Stanford (Sr.)
2 46 Clarkson, JordanJordan Clarkson PG  United States Washington Wizards (traded to L.A. Lakers)[6] Missouri (Jr.)
2 47 Smith, RussRuss Smith PG/SG  United States Philadelphia 76ers (from Brooklyn via Boston and Dallas,[upper-alpha 20][upper-alpha 12][upper-alpha 21] traded to New Orleans)[7] Louisville (Sr.)
2 48 Patterson, LamarLamar Patterson# SG/SF  United States Milwaukee Bucks (from Toronto via Phoenix,[upper-alpha 22] traded to Atlanta)[8] Pittsburgh (Sr.)
2 49 Bairstow, CameronCameron Bairstow PF/C  Australia Chicago Bulls New Mexico (Sr.)
2 50 Brown, AlecAlec Brown# C  United States Phoenix Suns Green Bay (Sr.)
2 51 Antetokounmpo, ThanasisThanasis Antetokounmpo# SF  Greece New York Knicks (from Dallas)[upper-alpha 13] Delaware 87ers (NBA D-League)
2 52 Micić, VasilijeVasilije Micić# PG  Serbia Philadelphia 76ers (from Memphis via Cleveland)[upper-alpha 23][upper-alpha 16] Mega Vizura (Serbia)
2 53 Gentile, AlessandroAlessandro Gentile# SF  Italy Minnesota Timberwolves (from Golden State,[upper-alpha 24] traded to Houston)[9] Olimpia Milano (Italy)
2 54 Dangubić, NemanjaNemanja Dangubić# SG  Serbia Philadelphia 76ers (from Houston via Milwaukee,[upper-alpha 25] traded to San Antonio)[10] Mega Vizura (Serbia)
2 55 Christon, SemajSemaj Christon# PG  United States Miami Heat (traded to Oklahoma City via Charlotte)[3][11] Xavier (So.)
2 56 Marble, Roy DevynRoy Devyn Marble SG/SF  United States Denver Nuggets (from Portland,[upper-alpha 26] traded to Orlando)[12] Iowa (Sr.)
2 57 Labeyrie, LouisLouis Labeyrie# PF/C  France Indiana Pacers (traded to New York)[13] Paris-Levallois Basket (France)
2 58 McRae, JordanJordan McRae# SG  United States San Antonio Spurs (from L.A. Clippers via New Orleans,[upper-alpha 27] traded to Philadelphia)[10] Tennessee (Sr.)
2 59 Thames, XavierXavier Thames# PG/SG  United States Toronto Raptors (from Oklahoma City via New York,[upper-alpha 28] traded to Brooklyn)[14] San Diego State (Sr.)
2 60 Jefferson, CoryCory Jefferson PF  United States San Antonio Spurs (traded to Brooklyn via Philadelphia)[10][15] Baylor (Sr.)

Notable undrafted players

These players were not selected in the 2014 NBA draft but have played at least one game in the NBA.

Player Position Nationality School/club team
Black, TarikTarik Black PF/C  United States Kansas (Sr.)
Dawkins, AndreAndre Dawkins SG  United States Duke (Sr.)
Kirk, AlexAlex Kirk C  United States New Mexico (Sr.)
Moreland, EricEric Moreland PF  United States Oregon State (Sr.)
Sampson, JaKarrJaKarr Sampson PF  United States St. John's (So.)
Wear, TravisTravis Wear SF  United States UCLA (Sr.)
Whittington, ShayneShayne Whittington PF/C  United States Western Michigan (Sr.)

Trades involving draft picks

Pre-draft trades

Prior to the day of the draft, the following trades were made and resulted in exchanges of draft picks between the teams.

  1. ^ a b June 26, 2012: Detroit Pistons to Charlotte Bobcats (now Charlotte Hornets) [50][51]
    • Charlotte acquired Ben Gordon and a conditional 2013 first-round pick (protected top 14 in 2013, top 8 in 2014)
    • Detroit acquired Corey Maggette
  2. ^ a b July 12, 2013: New Orleans Pelicans to Philadelphia 76ers[52][53]
  3. ^ a b February 22, 2011: New York Knicks to Denver Nuggets (three-team trade)[54] August 10, 2012: Denver Nuggets to Orlando Magic (four-team trade)[55][56]
  4. ^ February 18, 2010: Charlotte Bobcats (now Charlotte Hornets) to Chicago Bulls[71][72]
    • Chicago acquired Ronald Murray, Acie Law and a conditional 2012 first-round pick (protected top 14 in 2012, top 12 in 2013, top 10 in 2014)
    • Charlotte acquired Tyrus Thomas
  5. ^ July 12, 2013: Brooklyn Nets to Boston Celtics[73]
  6. ^ October 25, 2013: Washington Wizards to Phoenix Suns[74]
  7. ^ December 11, 2011: Dallas Mavericks to Los Angeles Lakers[75]
    • L.A. Lakers acquired a conditional 2012 first-round pick (protected top 20 in 2012–14)
    • Dallas acquired Lamar Odom and a 2012 second-round pick
    March 15, 2012: Los Angeles Lakers to Houston Rockets[76]
    • Houston acquired Derek Fisher and Dallas' conditional 2012 first-round pick (protected top 20 in 2012–14)
    • L.A. Lakers acquired Jordan Hill
    October 27, 2012: Houston Rockets to Oklahoma City Thunder[77]
  8. ^ July 10, 2013: Golden State Warriors to Utah Jazz (three-team trade)[78]
  9. ^ February 24, 2011: Portland Trail Blazers to Charlotte Bobcats (now Charlotte Hornets)[81]
  10. ^ July 27, 2013: Indiana Pacers to Phoenix Suns[83]
  11. ^ June 23, 2011: Orlando Magic to Cleveland Cavaliers[84]
    • Cleveland acquired 2013 and 2014 second-round picks
    • Orlando acquired draft rights to Justin Harper
  12. ^ a b June 27, 2013: Boston Celtics to Dallas Mavericks[85]
  13. ^ a b June 25, 2014: Dallas Mavericks to New York Knicks[86]
  14. ^ July 11, 2012: Los Angeles Lakers to Phoenix Suns[88]
    • Phoenix acquired 2013 and 2015 first-round picks, 2013 and 2014 second-round picks, and cash considerations
    • L.A. Lakers acquired Steve Nash
    July 27, 2012: Phoenix Suns to Minnesota Timberwolves (three-team trade)[89]
    • Minnesota acquired Lakers' 2014 second-round pick from Phoenix
    • Minnesota acquired 2013 and 2016 second-round picks from New Orleans
    • Phoenix acquired Wesley Johnson and a conditional 2014 first-round pick (protected top 13 in 2014) from Minnesota
    • Phoenix acquired Jerome Dyson and Brad Miller from New Orleans
    • New Orleans acquired Robin Lopez, Hakim Warrick and cash considerations from Phoenix
    July 11, 2013: Minnesota Timberwolves to Milwaukee Bucks (three-team trade)[90]
    • Milwaukee acquired Luke Ridnour and Lakers' 2014 second-round pick from Minnesota
    • Milwaukee acquired cash considerations from Oklahoma City
    • Minnesota acquired Kevin Martin and cash considerations from Oklahoma City
    • Oklahoma City acquired from draft rights to Szymon Szewczyk from Milwaukee
  15. ^ July 16, 2012: Sacramento Kings to Toronto Raptors[91]
    • Toronto acquired a 2014 second-round pick
    • Sacramento acquired James Johnson
  16. ^ a b February 20, 2014: Cleveland Cavaliers to Philadelphia 76ers[92]
  17. ^ September 9, 2009: New Orleans Hornets (now New Orleans Pelicans) to Minnesota Timberwolves[93]
  18. ^ July 11, 2012: New York Knicks to Houston Rockets[94]
  19. ^ July 12, 2010: Minnesota Timberwolves to Miami Heat[95]
    • Miami acquired 2011 and 2014 second-round picks
    • Minnesota acquired Michael Beasley
    June 24, 2011: Miami Heat to Minnesota Timberwolves[96]
    • Minnesota re-acquired their 2014 second-round pick and acquired draft rights to Bojan Bogdanović and cash considerations
    • Miami acquired draft rights to Norris Cole
  20. ^ June 23, 2011: New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) to Boston Celtics[99]
  21. ^ June 27, 2013: Dallas Mavericks to Philadelphia 76ers[100]
    • Philadelphia acquired Brooklyn's 2014 second-round pick
    • Dallas acquired draft rights to Ricky Ledo
  22. ^ February 21, 2013: Toronto Raptors to Phoenix Suns[102] July 10, 2013: Phoenix Suns to Milwaukee Bucks (three-team trade)[103]
    • Milwaukee acquired Toronto's conditional 2014 second-round pick from Phoenix
    • Milwaukee acquired a conditional 2015 second-round pick from the L.A. Clippers
    • Phoenix acquired Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler from L.A. Clippers
    • L.A. Clippers acquired J. J. Redick from Milwaukee
    • L.A. Clippers acquired Jared Dudley from Phoenix
  23. ^ July 25, 2012: Memphis Grizzlies to Cleveland Cavaliers[105]
  24. ^ June 27, 2013: Golden State Warriors to Minnesota Timberwolves[106]
    • Minnesota acquired a 2014 second-round pick and cash considerations
    • Golden State acquired Malcolm Lee and draft rights to André Roberson
  25. ^ June 27, 2012: Houston Rockets to Milwaukee Bucks[108] June 27, 2013: Milwaukee Bucks to Philadelphia 76ers[109]
    • Philadelphia acquired draft rights to Ricky Ledo and Houston's 2014 second-round pick
    • Milwaukee acquired draft rights to Nate Wolters
  26. ^ June 23, 2011: Portland Trail Blazers to Denver Nuggets (three-team trade)[113][114]
  27. ^ January 26, 2010: Los Angeles Clippers to New Orleans Hornets (now New Orleans Pelicans)[117]
    • New Orleans acquired a 2014 second-round pick and cash considerations
    • L.A. Clippers acquired Bobby Brown
    October 18, 2010: New Orleans Hornets (now New Orleans Pelicans) to San Antonio Spurs[118]
    • San Antonio acquired L.A. Clippers' 2014 second-round pick
    • New Orleans acquired Curtis Jerrells
  28. ^ February 21, 2013: Oklahoma City Thunder to New York Knicks[119]
    • New York acquired a 2014 second-round pick and cash considerations
    • Oklahoma City acquired Ronnie Brewer
    July 10, 2013: New York Knicks to Toronto Raptors[120]

Draft-day trades

The following trades involving drafted players were made on the day of the draft.[122]

  1. ^ a b Orlando Magic and Philadelphia 76ers trade[69]
    • Orlando acquired draft rights to 10th pick Elfrid Payton
    • Philadelphia 76ers acquired draft rights to 12th pick Dario Šarić, a 2015 second-round pick and a future first-round pick
  2. ^ a b c Denver Nuggets and Chicago Bulls trade[70]
  3. ^ a b c Miami Heat and Charlotte Hornets trade[82]
  4. ^ Memphis Grizzlies and Utah Jazz trade[87]
    • Memphis acquired draft rights to 35th pick Jarnell Stokes
    • Utah acquired a 2016 second-round pick
  5. ^ Brooklyn Nets and Minnesota Timberwolves trade[97]
    • Brooklyn acquired draft rights to 44th pick Markel Brown
    • Minnesota acquired cash considerations
  6. ^ Los Angeles Lakers and Washington Wizards trade[98]
    • L.A. Lakers acquired draft rights to 46th pick Jordan Clarkson
    • Washington acquired cash considerations
  7. ^ New Orleans Pelicans and Philadelphia 76ers trade[101]
  8. ^ Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks trade[104]
    • Atlanta acquired draft rights to 48th pick Lamar Patterson
    • Milwaukee acquired a 2015 second-round pick
  9. ^ Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves trade[107]
    • Houston acquired draft rights to 53rd pick Alessandro Gentile
    • Minnesota acquired cash considerations
  10. ^ a b c San Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia 76ers trade[110][111]
  11. ^ Oklahoma City Thunder and Charlotte Hornets trade[112]
    • Oklahoma City acquired draft rights to 55th pick Semaj Christon
    • Charlotte acquired cash considerations
  12. ^ Orlando Magic and Denver Nuggets trade[115]
  13. ^ New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers trade[116]
    • New York acquired draft rights to 57th pick Louis Labeyrie
    • Indiana acquired cash considerations
  14. ^ Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors trade[97][121]
    • Brooklyn acquired draft rights to 59th pick Xavier Thames
    • Toronto acquired cash considerations
  15. ^ Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers trade[97]
    • Brooklyn acquired draft rights to 60th pick Cory Jefferson
    • Philadelphia acquired cash considerations


  1. ^ William Alston last played for Community College of Baltimore County in 2011[17]
  2. ^ About a week before the draft, Isaiah Austin was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects connective tissue. Because the condition frequently has serious and life-threatening effects on the heart and circulatory system, Austin was advised to end his playing career.[18]
  3. ^ Although Chane Behanan is listed as being from Colorado State, he never played for that school. He was dismissed from Louisville during the holiday break between the fall 2013 and spring 2014 academic terms. After leaving Louisville, Behanan enrolled in classes at Colorado State with hopes of playing there in 2014–15, but instead chose to enter the draft.[19]
  4. ^ a b c d Nationality indicates the player's national team or representative nationality. If a player has not competed at the international level, then the nationality indicates the national team which the player is eligible to represent according to FIBA rules.
  5. ^ a b Dante Exum attended the Australian Institute of Sport in conjunction with attending and playing high school basketball for Lake Ginninderra Secondary College until January 2014.[20]
  6. ^ a b Dario Šarić played for Cibona Zagreb during the 2013–14 season, but was signed by Anadolu Efes (Turkey) on June 24, 2013.[21]
  7. ^ P. J. Hairston played collegiately for North Carolina but was suspended for the 2013–14 season and later left college basketball to play professionally.[23] Although he met the criteria for automatic eligibility for the draft, the NBA still considered him as an early-entrant college underclassman and allowed him to withdraw from the draft.[22]
  8. ^ Shabazz Napier was born in the United States to a Puerto Rican mother. He has committed to represent Puerto Rico internationally since 2012, although he is yet to play for Puerto Rico.[79][80]


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