by Kent Jackson, Respect My Blog
This was expected to be the best, deepest NBA Draft since LeBron’s famous draft in 2003. In almost 4 years later, this draft class hasn’t lived up to that kind of hype, but their still some players that still have the opportunity to be all-star level players. 3 of the top 10 picks have had multiple season ending injuries to stunt their grow. And we also have a number 1 pick that didn’t play a single game with the team that drafted him. A 2nd rounder has come out of nowhere to become one of the best young big men in the league. Kansas center Joel Embiid had long been thought to go No. 1 overall, but a foot injury a week before the draft hurt his stock and the Cavaliers picked Andrew Wiggins. This is my NBA Re-Draft of the 2014 Draft class. The way he should’ve been.