Stacked draft still presents questions
June 26, 2014INDIANA SPORTS PAGE
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - For almost a year, the 2014 NBA Draft has been on the minds of not only NBA decision-makers, but fans of the association.
It was at last year's draft when teams, media and educated spectators began speaking of the depth and quality of this year's version, which takes place Thursday night from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Part of that was because of how poor last year's draft class was, but also because of the names that loomed on the horizon.
Andrew Wiggins of Kansas was the prize 12 months ago and his status hasn't changed much as days passed. The Canadian could go No. 1 overall, if not Duke's Jabari Parker, another name that was touted this time one year prior.
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