2014 NBA 드래프트 - 2014 NBA draft

2014 NBA 드래프트
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일반 정보
스포츠 농구
날짜 2014 년 6 월 26 일
위치 Barclays Center ( 뉴욕 브루클린 )
네트워크 ESPN
개요
2 라운드에 60 가지 선택
리그 NBA
첫 번째 선택 앤드류 위 긴스 ( 클리블랜드 캐벌리어스 )
2013 년
2015 년

2014 NBA 드래프트는 6 월 26, 2014 년 개최되었다 [1] 에서 바클레이 센터 에서 브루클린 . [2] NBA ( National Basketball Association ) 팀이 교대로 미국 아마추어 대학 농구 선수와 국제 선수를 포함한 기타 자격있는 선수를 선발했습니다. 초안 추첨은 5 월 20 일어났다, 2014 클리블랜드 캐벌리어스는 원화 초안 추첨 을 버는 첫번째 전체 선택 초안에를; 이것은 2003 년 이후 클리블랜드에서 4 번째 1 위, 2011 년부터 2014 년까지 4 년 동안 3 번째 1 위입니다. [삼]이 드래프트는 2004 년부터 2014 까지 Bobcats로 활약 한 샬롯 호네츠 에게도 처음이 될 것입니다. 2001 년 부터 원래의 샬롯 호네츠가 마지막으로 뉴 올리언스로 이주하여 현재의 뉴 올리언스 펠리컨 스가 된 이후로 .

미국의 텔레비전 권리는 ESPN에 귀속되었습니다 . [4] 많은 사람들이 최근 몇 년간 가장 깊고 가장 과장된 드래프트 클래스 중 하나라는 조언을 받았으며, 여러 선수가 미래의 스타로 선전되었습니다. [5] State Farm 은 초안의 발표 후원자였습니다. [6] NBA 스카우트와 임원들로부터 높은 평가를받은 대학 학부생 은 다음과 같습니다 : Andrew Wiggins , Jabari Parker , Joel Embiid , Aaron Gordon , Julius Randle , Zach LaVine , TJ Warren , Gary Harris . 다른 인기있는 재능에는 호주 선수가 포함되었습니다.Dante Exum 과 크로아티아 선수 Dario Šarić 는 둘 다 드래프트를 선언했고, Doug McDermott 는 자동적으로 대학 졸업생 자격을 얻었습니다. 그러나이 드래프트 클래스는 기대에 부응하지 못하는 듯 보였으며, 현재까지 두 명의 선수 (Embiid와 Nikola Jokić)만이 커리어에서 올스타전을 펼쳤습니다.

초안의 하이라이트에는 Adam Silver 가 커미셔너로, Mark Tatum 이 부 커미셔너로 선택한 첫 번째 선택, 두 번째 캐나다인이 첫 번째 전체 픽 (Andrew Wiggins), 첫 번째 캐나다인 상위 10 개 픽 및 두 번째 쌍의 캐나다 복권 픽이 포함되었습니다. (Wiggins 및 Nik Stauskas ), 캐나다 상위 20 명 선정 (Wiggins, Stauskas 및 Tyler Ennis ), 첫 번째 라운드에서 선발 된 최초의 NBA 개발 리그 선수 ( PJ Hairston ), 여러 NBA 개발 리그 선수가 선정 된 최초 같은 초안에 (Hairston 및 Thanasis Antetokounmpo ), 최초의 Cape Verdean드래프트에서 선발 될 선수 ( Walter Tavares ). 또한, Isaiah Austin의 기립 박수 는 드래프트의 15 ~ 16 번째 픽 사이에 발생했습니다. 여기에는 NBA가 자신의 이름을 NBA 드래프트에서 들려주기위한 수단으로 그를 선택하기 위해 의식 픽을 개최하는 것도 포함됩니다. 그가 Marfan 증후군 진단을 받고 며칠 후에 발생 했으며 원래는 다시는 프로 농구를하는 것으로 간주되지 않았습니다. 드래프트가 끝난 지 거의 2 개월 후 Andrew WigginsKevin Love 를 클리블랜드로 데려온 3 팀 계약의 일환으로 Minnesota Timberwolves트레이드되었습니다 . 이것은 이후 두 번째로NBA-ABA 합병 으로 첫 번째 전체 드래프트 픽은 그를 드래프트 한 팀을 위해 단일 게임을하지 않을 것입니다 (처음으로 올랜도 매직1993 년 전체적으로 처음으로 Chris Webber를 드래프트 한 후 몇 분 후 Webber를 Golden State Warriors트레이드 했습니다. 1993 년 드래프트에서 Golden State의 3 번째 종합 선택, Anfernee (Penny) Hardaway + Golden State의 향후 1 라운드 드래프트 선택 중 3 개).

초안 선택

Andrew WigginsCleveland Cavaliers에 의해 전체 1 위로 선정되었습니다 (2 개월 후 Minnesota Timberwolves 와 거래 ).
Jabari ParkerMilwaukee Bucks에 의해 전체 2 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Joel EmbiidPhiladelphia 76ers에 의해 전체 3 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Aaron GordonOrlando Magic에 의해 전체 4 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Marcus SmartBoston Celtics에 의해 전체 6 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Julius RandleLos Angeles Lakers에 의해 전체 7 위로 선정되었습니다 .
다리오 사리 치는 올랜도 매직 ( 필라델피아 76ers와 트레이딩 )에 의해 전체 12 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Zach LaVineMinnesota Timberwolves에 의해 전체 13 위로 선정되었습니다 .
TJ Warren (왼쪽)은 Phoenix Suns에 의해 전체 14 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Jusuf NurkićChicago Bulls ( Denver Nuggets 와 거래)에 의해 종합 16 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Clint CapelaHouston Rockets에 의해 전체 25 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Bogdan BogdanovićPhoenix Suns에 의해 전체 27 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Spencer DinwiddieDetroit Pistons에 의해 전체 38 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Jerami GrantPhiladelphia 76ers에 의해 전체 39 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Nikola JokićDenver Nuggets에 의해 종합 41 위로 선정되었습니다 .
Jordan ClarksonWashington Wizards에 의해 전체 46 위로 선정되었습니다 ( 로스 앤젤레스 레이커스 와 거래 ).
PG 포인트 가드 SG 슈팅 가드 SF 작은 전진 PF 파워 포워드 센터
* 하나 이상의 올스타전올 NBA 팀 에 선발 된 선수를 나타냅니다.
+ 하나 이상의 올스타 게임에 선정 된 선수를 나타냅니다.
# NBA 정규 시즌 또는 플레이 오프 경기에 출전 한 적이없는 선수를 나타냅니다.
~ 올해의 신인상 으로 선정 된 선수
Rnd. 선택 플레이어 Pos. 국적 [n 1] 학교 / 클럽 팀
1 1 앤드류 위 긴스 ~ SF / SG 캐나다 클리블랜드 캐벌리어스 캔자스 ( Fr. )
1 2 자바리 파커 SF / PF 미국 밀워키 벅스 듀크 ( Fr. )
1 Joel Embiid * 카메룬 필라델피아 76ers 캔자스 ( Fr. )
1 4 아론 고든 PF 미국 올랜도 매직 애리조나 ( Fr. )
1 5 단테 엑섬 PG / SG 호주 유타 재즈 호주 스포츠 연구소 [n 2]
1 6 마커스 스마트 SG / PG 미국 보스턴 셀틱스 오클라호마 주 ( 그래서. )
1 7 줄리어스 랜들 PF 미국 로스 앤젤레스 레이커스 켄터키 ( Fr. )
1 8 Nik Stauskas SG 캐나다 새크라멘토 킹스 미시간 ( 그래서. )
1 9 노아 본레 PF 미국 Charlotte Hornets ( 디트로이트 출신 ) [A] 인디애나 ( Fr. )
1 10 엘프 리드 페이튼 PG 미국 필라델피아 76ers ( 뉴 올리언스 에서 [B] 올랜도로 거래 ) [a] 루이지애나-라파예트 ( Jr. )
1 11 더그 맥더모트 SF 미국 Denver Nuggets ( 시카고로 거래 ) [b] Creighton ( Sr. )
1 12 다리오 사 리치 PF 크로아티아 Orlando Magic ( 뉴욕 에서 Denver 경유 , [C]Philadelphia로 거래 ) [a] Cibona Zagreb ( 크로아티아 ) [n 3]
1 13 Zach LaVine SG 미국 미네소타 팀버울브스 UCLA ( Fr. )
1 14 TJ 워렌 SF 미국 피닉스 선즈 노스 캐롤라이나 주 ( 그래서. )
1 15 아드레이 안 페인 PF 미국 애틀랜타 호크스 미시간 주 ( Sr. )
1 16 유수프 누르 키치 보스니아 헤르체고비나 Chicago Bulls ( 샬럿 에서 [D] 덴버로 거래 ) [b] Cedevita Zagreb ( 크로아티아 )
1 17 제임스 영 SG / SF 미국 보스턴 셀틱스 ( 브루클린 출신 ) [E] 켄터키 ( Fr. )
1 18 타일러 에니스 PG 캐나다 Phoenix Suns ( 워싱턴 출신 ) [F] 시러큐스 ( Fr. )
1 19 게리 해리스 SG 미국 Chicago Bulls ( 덴버로 거래 됨 ) [b] 미시간 주 ( 그래서 )
1 20 브루노 카보 클로 SF 브라질 토론토 랩터스 EC Pinheiros ( 브라질 )
1 21 미치 맥 게리 PF 미국 오클라호마 시티 썬더 ( 댈러스 에서 LA 레이커스휴스턴 경유 ) [G] 미시간 ( 그래서. )
1 22 조던 아담스 SG 미국 멤피스 그리즐리스 UCLA ( 그래서. )
1 23 로드니 후드 SG 미국 유타 재즈 ( 골든 스테이트에서 ) [H] 듀크 ( 그래서. )
1 24 샤바 즈 네이피어 PG 미국 [n 4] Charlotte Hornets ( 포틀랜드 에서 [I] 마이애미로 거래 됨 ) [c] 코네티컷 ( Sr. )
1 25 클린트 카펠라 스위스 휴스턴 로켓츠 Élan Chalon ( 프랑스 )
1 26 PJ 헤어 스톤 SG 미국 마이애미 히트 ( 샬럿과 거래 ) [c] 텍사스 레전드 ( NBA D- 리그 )
1 27 보그 단 보그 다노 비치 SG 세르비아 Phoenix Suns ( 인디애나 출신 ) [J] Partizan Belgrade ( 세르비아 )
1 28 CJ 윌콕스 SG 미국 로스 앤젤레스 클리퍼스 워싱턴 ( Sr. )
1 29 조쉬 휴 스티스 SF / PF 미국 오클라호마 시티 썬더 스탠포드 ( Sr. )
1 30 카일 앤더슨 SF 미국 샌 안토니오 스퍼스 UCLA ( 그래서. )
2 31 데미안 잉글리스 SF 프랑스 [n 5] 밀워키 벅스 Chorale Roanne ( 프랑스 )
2 32 KJ McDaniels SF 미국 필라델피아 76ers Clemson ( 주니어 )
2 33 조 해리스 SG 미국 클리블랜드 캐벌리어스 ( 올랜도 출신 ) [K] 버지니아 ( Sr. )
2 34 Cleanthony Early SF 미국 New York Knicks ( 보스턴 에서 달라스 경유 ) [L] [M] 위치 타 주 ( Sr. )
2 35 자넬 스톡스 PF 미국 유타 재즈 ( 멤피스로 거래 됨 ) [d] 테네시 ( 주니어 )
2 36 조니 오 브라이언트 III PF 미국 Milwaukee Bucks ( LA Lakers 에서 PhoenixMinnesota 경유 ) [N] 루이지애나 주 ( 주니어 )
2 37 DeAndre Daniels # SF 미국 토론토 랩터스 ( 새크라멘토 출신 ) [O] 코네티컷 ( 주니어 )
2 38 스펜서 딘 위디 PG / SG 미국 디트로이트 피스톤스 콜로라도 ( 주니어 )
2 39 제 라미 그랜트 SF 미국 필라델피아 76ers ( 클리블랜드 출신 ) [P] 시러큐스 ( So. )
2 40 글렌 로빈슨 III SF 미국 미네소타 팀버울브스 ( 뉴 올리언스 출신 ) [Q] 미시간 ( 그래서. )
2 41 니콜라 요 키치 * 세르비아 덴버 너기츠 Mega Vizura ( 세르비아 )
2 42 닉 존슨 PG / SG 미국 Houston Rockets ( 뉴욕 출신 ) [R] 애리조나 ( 주니어 )
2 43 월터 타바레스 카보 베르데 애틀랜타 호크스 CB Gran Canaria ( 스페인 )
2 44 마켈 브라운 SG 미국 Minnesota Timberwolves [S] ( 브루클린으로 거래 됨 ) [e] 오클라호마 주 ( Sr. )
2 45 드와이트 파월 PF 캐나다 샬롯 호네츠 스탠포드 ( Sr. )
2 46 조던 클락슨 PG 미국
필리핀 제도
워싱턴 위저즈 ( LA 레이커스 와 거래 ) [f] 미주리 주 ( 주니어 )
2 47 러스 스미스 PG / SG 미국 Philadelphia 76ers ( Brooklyn 에서 BostonDallas 경유 , [T] [L] [U] New Orleans로 거래 ) [g] 루이빌 ( Sr. )
2 48 라마 패터슨 SG / SF 미국 Milwaukee Bucks ( 토론토 에서 Phoenix 경유 , [V] Atlanta로 거래 ) [h] 피츠버그 ( Sr. )
2 49 카메론 베어스 토우 일병 호주 시카고 불스 뉴 멕시코 ( Sr. )
2 50 알렉 브라운 # 미국 피닉스 선즈 그린 베이 ( Sr. )
2 51 타나 시스 안테 토 쿤포 SF 그리스 뉴욕 닉스 ( 댈러스 출신 ) [남] 델라웨어 87ers ( NBA D-League )
2 52 Vasilije Micić # PG 세르비아 필라델피아 76ers ( 멤피스 에서 클리블랜드 경유 ) [W] [P] Mega Vizura ( 세르비아 )
2 53 알레산드로 이방인 # SF 이탈리아 Minnesota Timberwolves ( 골든 스테이트 에서 [X] 휴스턴으로 거래 됨 ) [i] Olimpia Milano ( 이탈리아 )
2 54 Nemanja Dangubić # SG 세르비아 필라델피아 76ers ( 휴스턴 에서 밀워키 경유 , [Y] 샌 안토니오로 거래 ) [j] Mega Vizura ( 세르비아 )
2 55 Semaj Christon PG 미국 마이애미 히트 ( 샬럿을 통해 오클라호마 시티로 거래 ) [c] [k] 자비에 ( 그래서. )
2 56 데빈 마블 SG / SF 미국 Denver Nuggets ( 포틀랜드 에서 [Z] 올랜도로 거래 됨 ) [l] 아이오와 ( Sr. )
2 57 루이스 라 베이 리 # 일병 프랑스 Indiana Pacers ( 뉴욕으로 거래 됨 ) [m] 파리 르발 루아 바스켓 ( 프랑스 )
2 58 조던 맥레이 SG 미국 샌 안토니오 스퍼스 ( LA Clippers 에서 New Orleans 경유 , [AA] Philadelphia로 거래 ) [j] 테네시 ( Sr. )
2 59 자비에르 템스 # PG / SG 미국 토론토 랩터스 ( 오클라호마 시티 에서 뉴욕 경유 , [AB] 브루클린으로 거래 ) [n] 샌디에이고 주 ( Sr. )
2 60 코리 제퍼슨 PF 미국 샌 안토니오 스퍼스 ( 필라델피아 를 통해 브루클린과 거래 ) [j] [o] Baylor ( Sr. )

주목할만한 비 래프트 선수

이 자격을 갖춘 선수는 2014 NBA 드래프트에서 선정되지 않았지만 NBA에서 적어도 한 경기를 플레이했습니다. 2015 년 4 월, 비 래프트 Sim Bhullar리그에서 뛰는 최초의 인도계 선수가되었습니다 .

플레이어 위치 국적 학교 / 클럽 팀
키스 애플 링 PG 미국 미시간 주 ( Sr. )
제렐 베니 몬 PF 미국 Towson ( Sr. )
심 불라 캐나다 뉴 멕시코 주 ( 그래서. )
켐 버치 일병 캐나다 UNLV ( Sr. )
타릭 블랙 PF 미국 캔자스 ( Sr. )
자바리 브라운 SG 미국 미주리 주 ( 주니어 )
코티 클라크 SF 미국 Arkansas ( Sr. )
브라이스 코튼 PG 미국 Providence (Sr.)
Torrey Craig SG/SF United States USC Upstate (Sr.)
Mitch Creek SG/SF Australia Adelaide 36ers (Australia)
Andre Dawkins SG United States Duke (Sr.)
Jarell Eddie SF United States Virginia Tech (Sr.)
Cristiano Felício PF/C Brazil Flamengo (Brazil)
Tim Frazier PG/SG United States Penn State (Sr.)
Langston Galloway PG United States Saint Joseph's (Sr.)
Tyler Johnson SG United States Fresno State (Sr.)
Sean Kilpatrick SG United States Cincinnati (Sr.)
Alex Kirk C United States New Mexico (Sr.)
Maxi Kleber PF Germany s.Oliver Baskets (Germany)
Walter Lemon Jr. PG United States Bradley (Sr.)
James Michael McAdoo PF United States North Carolina (Jr.)
Eric Moreland PF United States Oregon State (Sr.)
Xavier Munford PG United States Rhode Island (Sr.)
Norvel Pelle PF Lebanon Delaware 87ers (NBA D-League)
JaKarr Sampson SF United States St. John's (So.)
David Stockton PG United States Gonzaga (Sr.)
Axel Toupane SG/SF France Strasbourg IG (France)
David Wear PF United States UCLA (Sr.)
Travis Wear SF United States UCLA (Sr.)
Okaro White SF/PF United States Florida State (Sr.)
Shayne Whittington PF/C United States Western Michigan (Sr.)
Jamil Wilson SF United States Marquette (Sr.)

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.[69] 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.[70]
  • 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.[70] 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.[71]

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.[72][73] 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.[74] Under then-current NCAA rules, players only had until April 16 to withdraw from the draft and maintain their college eligibility.[75][n 6]

A player who has hired an agent will forfeit his remaining college eligibility, regardless of whether he is drafted.[77] Also, while the CBA allows a player to withdraw from the draft twice,[74] the NCAA then mandated that a player who declared twice lost his college eligibility.[75][n 7]

This year, a total of 45 collegiate players and 30 international players declared as early entry candidates.[78][79] 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.[80]

Automatically eligible entrants

Players who do not meet the criteria for "international" players are automatically eligible if they meet any of the following criteria:[88]

  • 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 automatically eligible for the 2014 draft.[89]
  • They have signed a contract with a professional basketball team outside of the NBA within the United States, and have played under that contract.[90]

Before the draft, the NBA released a list of D-League players who are automatically eligible for the draft.[86]

Automatically eligible D-League players
Player Team
Thanasis Antetokounmpo Delaware 87ers
Aquille Carr Delaware 87ers
Cleveland Melvin Erie BayHawks
Norvel Pelle Delaware 87ers
Elijah Pittman Delaware 87ers

Combine

The invitation-only NBA Draft Combine occurred in Chicago from May 14 to 18. 60 players were invited.[91] The 2014 D-League Elite Mini Camp, which included 37 players, occurred in Chicago in the two days preceding the combine.[92]

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.[93]

The lottery was held on May 20, 2014, at the Times Square Studios in New York City.[94] 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.[95] 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.[96] 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.[95]

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
record
Lottery
chances[93]
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 Pistons[1] 29–53 28 .028 .033 .039 .725 .168^ .008 .000
Cleveland Cavaliers 33–49 17 .017^ .020 .024 .813 .122 .004 .000
New Orleans Pelicans[2] 34–48 11 .011 .013 .016 .870^ .089 .002 .000
Denver Nuggets 36–46 8 .008 .009 .012 .907^ .063 .001 .000
New York Knicks[3] 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.[A]
^ 2: The Philadelphia 76ers acquired New Orleans Pelicans' pick because it fell outside the top five.[B]
^ 3: The Orlando Magic acquired the lesser of Denver Nuggets' pick and New York Knicks' pick.[C]

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.[97] 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.[98][99] In the second round, each team has two minutes to make their picks while the deputy commissioner assumes the commissioner's role.[100][101]

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.[102] 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.[103] This year, however, the league decided to invite 21 players to the green room. The 20 players who were 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.[104][105] 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.[106] 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.[107] 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.[108]

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)[7][8]
    • 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[9][10]
  3. ^ a b February 22, 2011: New York Knicks to Denver Nuggets (three-team trade)[13][14] August 10, 2012: Denver Nuggets to Orlando Magic (four-team trade)[15][16]
  4. ^ February 18, 2010: Charlotte Bobcats (now Charlotte Hornets) to Chicago Bulls[17][18]
    • 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[19]
  6. ^ October 25, 2013: Washington Wizards to Phoenix Suns[20]
  7. ^ December 11, 2011: Dallas Mavericks to Los Angeles Lakers[21]
    • 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[22]
    • 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[23]
  8. ^ July 10, 2013: Golden State Warriors to Utah Jazz (three-team trade)[24]
  9. ^ February 24, 2011: Portland Trail Blazers to Charlotte Bobcats (now Charlotte Hornets)[27]
  10. ^ July 27, 2013: Indiana Pacers to Phoenix Suns[29]
  11. ^ June 23, 2011: Orlando Magic to Cleveland Cavaliers[31]
    • 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[32]
  13. ^ a b June 25, 2014: Dallas Mavericks to New York Knicks[33]
  14. ^ July 11, 2012: Los Angeles Lakers to Phoenix Suns[35]
    • 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)[36]
    • 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)[37]
    • 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[38]
    • Toronto acquired a 2014 second-round pick
    • Sacramento acquired James Johnson
  16. ^ a b February 20, 2014: Cleveland Cavaliers to Philadelphia 76ers[39]
  17. ^ September 9, 2009: New Orleans Hornets (now New Orleans Pelicans) to Minnesota Timberwolves[40]
  18. ^ July 11, 2012: New York Knicks to Houston Rockets[41]
  19. ^ July 12, 2010: Minnesota Timberwolves to Miami Heat[42]
    • Miami acquired 2011 and 2014 second-round picks
    • Minnesota acquired Michael Beasley
    June 24, 2011: Miami Heat to Minnesota Timberwolves[43]
    • Minnesota acquired draft rights to Bojan Bogdanović, cash considerations and also re-acquired their 2014 second-round pick
    • Miami acquired draft rights to Norris Cole
  20. ^ June 23, 2011: New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) to Boston Celtics[46]
  21. ^ June 27, 2013: Dallas Mavericks to Philadelphia 76ers[47]
    • Philadelphia acquired Brooklyn's 2014 second-round pick
    • Dallas acquired draft rights to Ricky Ledo
  22. ^ February 21, 2013: Toronto Raptors to Phoenix Suns[49] July 10, 2013: Phoenix Suns to Milwaukee Bucks (three-team trade)[50]
    • 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[52]
  24. ^ June 27, 2013: Golden State Warriors to Minnesota Timberwolves[53]
    • 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[55] June 27, 2013: Milwaukee Bucks to Philadelphia 76ers[56]
    • 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)[60][61]
  27. ^ January 26, 2010: Los Angeles Clippers to New Orleans Hornets (now New Orleans Pelicans)[64]
    • 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[65]
    • 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[66]
    • 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[67]

Draft-day trades

The following trades involving drafted players were made on the day of the draft.[109]

  1. ^ a b Orlando Magic and Philadelphia 76ers trade[11]
    • 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[12]
  3. ^ a b c Miami Heat and Charlotte Hornets trade[28]
  4. ^ Memphis Grizzlies and Utah Jazz trade[34]
    • Memphis acquired draft rights to 35th pick Jarnell Stokes
    • Utah acquired a 2016 second-round pick
  5. ^ Brooklyn Nets and Minnesota Timberwolves trade[44]
    • Brooklyn acquired draft rights to 44th pick Markel Brown
    • Minnesota acquired cash considerations
  6. ^ Los Angeles Lakers and Washington Wizards trade[45]
    • L.A. Lakers acquired draft rights to 46th pick Jordan Clarkson
    • Washington acquired cash considerations
  7. ^ New Orleans Pelicans and Philadelphia 76ers trade[48]
  8. ^ Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks trade[51]
    • Atlanta acquired draft rights to 48th pick Lamar Patterson
    • Milwaukee acquired a 2015 second-round pick
  9. ^ Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves trade[54]
    • Houston acquired draft rights to 53rd pick Alessandro Gentile
    • Minnesota acquired cash considerations
  10. ^ a b c San Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia 76ers trade[57][58]
  11. ^ Oklahoma City Thunder and Charlotte Hornets trade[59]
    • Oklahoma City acquired draft rights to 55th pick Semaj Christon
    • Charlotte acquired cash considerations
  12. ^ Orlando Magic and Denver Nuggets trade[62]
  13. ^ New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers trade[63]
    • New York acquired draft rights to 57th pick Louis Labeyrie
    • Indiana acquired cash considerations
  14. ^ Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors trade[44][68]
    • Brooklyn acquired draft rights to 59th pick Xavier Thames
    • Toronto acquired cash considerations
  15. ^ Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers trade[44]
    • Brooklyn acquired draft rights to 60th pick Cory Jefferson
    • Philadelphia acquired cash considerations

Notes

  1. ^ a b c 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.
  2. ^ 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.[84]
  3. ^ a b Dario Šarić played for Cibona Zagreb during the 2013–14 season, but was signed by Anadolu Efes (Turkey) on June 24, 2014.[85]
  4. ^ 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.[25][26]
  5. ^ a b Damien Inglis was born in French Guiana, an overseas departments and territories of France that is located on South America. He has represented France internationally at youth level since 2010.[30]
  6. ^ Effective in 2016, the NCAA changed its withdrawal date to 10 days after the end of the annual NBA Draft Combine held in mid-May.[76]
  7. ^ Also in 2016, the NCAA changed its draft declaration rules to allow players to declare for and withdraw from more than one draft without losing college eligibility, as long as they make a timely withdrawal without signing a professional contract outside the NBA or hiring an agent.[76]
  8. ^ William Alston last played for Community College of Baltimore County in 2011[81]
  9. ^ 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.[82]
  10. ^ 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.[83]
  11. ^ P. J. Hairston played collegiately for North Carolina but was suspended for the 2013–14 season and later left college basketball to play professionally.[87] 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.[86]

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