The 2014 NBA draft in retrospect certainly wasn't the 2003 draft. Or, going back a bit further, 1984.
The 2014 edition already has had some can-miss prospects to date, led by the ever-expanding frame of injury-prone Joel Embiid.
There doesn't appear to be any LeBrons or Jordans from the first draft to feature handshakes and photo ops with Commissioner Adam Silver.
Only one player, Andrew Wiggins, owns clear-cut future All-Star ability, though some others will eventually stand up and join him. Won't they?
The Philadelphia 76ers surely would like to redraft after taking Embiid third overall but they don't have that luxury. Thankfully, we do.
Here's a redo of...