Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker were going to be fine wherever they ended up in the NBA draft. We don’t have to lie about it, though. It’s not like Cleveland and Milwaukee are dream destinations for many NBA players. Not because Cleveland and Milwaukee suck, as far as cities go, but because the basketball isn’t generally good. Cleveland’s been a burning trash heap on the court since LeBron James left. Milwaukee has made the playoffs a few times, but they haven’t been “good” since the early 2000s. There are plenty of other great destinations for NBA players. Let’s take a look at few players from the 2014 NBA Draft who ended up in the most ideal situations.