Here is the second round of The Sports Bank’s 2014 NBA Mock Draft where team needs and outstanding trades have been taken into account. By the way, The Sports Bank had the most accurate NBA Mock Draft in both 2011 and 2012 along with the second most accurate mock in 2013.
31. Milwaukee- Jordan Adams, SG, UCLA, 6-5, Soph.
Jordan Adams is a physical off guard and talented all-around scorer.
32. Philadelphia- C.J. Wilcox, SG, Washington, 6-5, Sr.
C.J. Wilcox is a pure scorer with a pretty outside stroke and good size for the next level.
33. Cleveland (from ORL)- Walter Tavares, C, Spain, 7-3, 1992
The size is there but the all-around game is a major work in progress.
34. Dallas (from BOS)- Glenn Robinson III, SF, Michigan, 6-6, Soph.
GR3 showed a lot of promise during his freshman year but didn’t take the next step with his game this year to warrant being a first round selection.
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35. Utah- Bogdan Bogdanovic, G/F, Serbia, 6-6, 1992
A versatile threat, the Serbian can play the one, two, or three and does a little bit of everything to help his team.
36. Milwaukee (from LAL)- Jarnell Stokes, PF, Tennessee, 6-9, Jr.
The Spurs could use some depth and youth inside. Jarnell Stokes is a physical presence down low but has a nice touch on his mid-range jumper as well.
37. Toronto (from SAC)- DeAndre Daniels, SF, UConn, 6-8, Jr.
A terrific performance in the NCAA Tournament has propelled DeAndre Daniels to a bubble first round pick.
38. Detroit- Dwight Powell, PF, Stanford, 6-11, Sr.
Dwight Powell is a crazy athlete but has not truly developed his all-around game.
39. Philadelphia (from CLE)- Patric Young, F/C, Florida, 6-10, Sr.
Patric Young is built like a house and plays with an incredible motor but has shown little development offensively.
40. Minnesota (from NO)- Vasilije Micic, PG, Serbia, 6-4, 1994
Like most European point guards who have made the leap to the NBA, the Serbian has a great feel for the game and is a creative playmaker.
41. Denver- Artem Klimenko, C, Russia, 7-1, 1994
Artem Klimenko is a raw seven-footer who will need time to develop overseas.
42. Houston (from NY)- Spencer Dinwiddie, G, Colorado, 6-5, Jr.
Spencer Dinwiddie is a versatile combo guard who can get after it as a defender. A season ending injury during his junior year hurt his draft stock though.
43. Atlata-Nick Johnson, G, Arizona, 6-3, Jr.
The Pac-12 Player of the Year is a combo guard who doesn’t have a true position at the next level.
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44. Minnesota- Johnny O’Bryant, PF, LSU, 6-9, Jr.
A physical presence down low, Johnny O’Bryant could add physicality off the bench.
45. Charlotte- C.J. Fair, SF, Syracuse, 6-8, Sr.
C.J. Fair is a versatile lefty who has the potential to be a solid role player at the next level.
46. Washington- Markel Brown, G, Oklahoma State, 6-3, Sr.
The OK State senior can score the basketball but his size as a shooting guard hurts his stock.
47. Philadelphia (from BRK)- Thanasis Antetokounmpo, SF, Greece, 6-7, 1992
The younger brother of the Bucks’ Giannis, Thanasis is played for the Delaware 87ers of the D-League. He possesses the length and athleticism like his brother but also has fine tuning to do with his game.
48. Milwaukee (from TOR)- Semaj Christon, PG, Xavier, 6-3, Soph.
Semaj Christon is a terrific athlete and is at his best attacking the tin but struggles shooting it from deep.
49. Chicago- Jordan Bachynski, C, Arizona State, 7-2, Sr.
His size alone makes him an intriguing second round prospect.
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50. Phoenix- Jabari Brown, SG, Missouri, 6-5, Jr.
The Mizzou off guard has good size for the next level and can stroke it from deep.
51. Dallas- James Michael McAdoo, PF, North Carolina, 6-9, Jr.
Stuck between a small forward and power forward, James Michael McAdoo hasn’t lived up to the hype at UNC but still is an intriguing prospect especially in the second round.
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52. Philadelphia (from MEM)- Deonte Burton, PG, Nevada, 6-1, Sr.
Deonte Burton didn’t get a lot of national attention playing at Nevada but is an athletic, scoring point guard.
53. Minnesota (from GS)- LaQuinton Ross, SF, Ohio State, 6-8, Jr.
A capable shooter from the outside, LaQuinton Ross also has ideal size for the next level.
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54. Philadelphia (from HOU)- Nemanja Dangubic, G/F, Serbia, 6-7, 1993
The Serbian is a versatile wing who will need to develop overseas before coming to the NBA.
55. Miami- Russ Smith, G, Louisville, 6-0, Sr.
Russ Smith is a shooting guard trapped in a point guard’s body which hurts his stock but is lightning quick and a fearless scorer.
56. Denver (from POR)- Jahii Carson, PG, Arizona State, 5-10, Soph.
A bit undersized, Jahii Carson is lightning quick off the bounce and can also knock down outside shots.
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57. Indiana- DeAndre Kane, G, Iowa State, 6-4, Sr.
A transfer from Marshall, DeAndre Kane is a versatile guard who does a little bit of everything on the floor and has been a huge part of the Cylcones’ success this season. He will be 25 years old by the draft night though.
58. San Antonio (from LAC)- Khem Birch, PF, UNLV, 6-9, Jr.
Khem Birch is active on the inside but his lack of physicality is a concern.
59. Toronto (from OKC)- Roy Devyn Marble, SG, Iowa, 6-6, Sr.
The Hawkeye senior can play multiple positions and that versatility should be attractive to NBA scouts.
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60. San Antonio- Xavier Thames, PG, San Diego State, 6-2, Sr.
The Mountain West Conference Player of the Year is a dangerous outside shooter though more of a two guard than true point.
David Kay is a senior feature NBA Draft, NBA, and college basketball writer for the Sports Bank. He also heads up the NBA and college basketball material at Walter Football.com and is a former contributor at The Washington Times Communities. David has appeared on numerous national radio programs spanning from Cleveland to New Orleans to Milwaukee to Honolulu. He also had the most accurate 2011 NBA Mock Draft and the most accurate 2012 NBA Mock Draft on the internet (Yup, repeat champ… #humblebrag), and finished with the second most accurate 2013 NBA Mock Draft (nearly a three-peat.) You can follow him on Twitter at David_Kmiecik.Powered by Sidelines Follow paulmbanks