Jun 26, 2014; Brooklyn, NY, USA; K.J. McDaniels (Clemson) shakes hands with NBA deputy commissioner Mark Tatum after being selected as the number thirty-two overall pick to the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round of the 2014 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NBA Draft Results: Full Second Round

Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Joel Embiid dominated the 2014 NBA Draft headlines coming in, however, there were several other “lesser” storylines that managed to steal some of the draft night spotlight away from the aforementioned mammoths.

Though, in the end, Wiggins, Parker and Embiid ended up taking the top-three slots in the draft. You can find all the first round results here.

Here is how the second round shaped up:

31. Milwaukee Bucks — Damien Inglis, SF, France

32. Philadelphia 76ers — K.J. McDaniels, SF, Clemson

33. Cleveland Cavaliers — Joe Harris, SG, Virginia

34. New York Knicks — Cleanthony Early, SF, Wichita State

35. Memphis Grizzlies — Jarnell Stokes, PF, Tennessee

36. Milwaukee Bucks — Johnny O’Bryant III, PF, LSU

37. Toronto Raptors — DeAndre Daniels, SF, UCONN

38. Detroit Pistons — Spencer Dinwiddie, PG, Colorado

39. Philadelphia 76ers — Jerami Grant, SF, Syracuse

40. Minnesota Timberwolves — Glenn Robinson III, SF, Michigan

41. Denver Nuggets — Nikola Jokic, PF, Serbia

42. Houston Rockets — Nick Johnson, SG, Arizona

43. Atlanta Hawks — Walter Tavares, C, Cape Verde

44. Brooklyn Nets — Markel Brown, SG, OSU

45. Charlotte Hornets — Dwight Powell, PF, Stanford

46. Los Angeles Lakers — Jordan Clarkson, PG, Missouri

47. New Orleans Pelicans — Russ Smith, PG, Louisville

48. Atlanta Haws — Lamar Patterson, SG, Pittsburgh

49. Chicago Bulls — Cameron Bairstow, PF, New Mexico

50. Phoenix Suns — Alec Brown, C, Green Bay

51. New York Knicks — Thanasis Antetokounmpo, SF, Greece

52. Philadelphia 76ers — Vasilije Micic, PG, Serbia

53. Minnesota Timberwolves — Alessandro Gentile, G, Italy

54. Philadelphia 76ers — Demanja Dangubic, SF, Serbia

55. New Orleans Hornets — Semaj Christon, PG, Xavier

56. Denver Nuggets — Roy Devyn Marble, SG, Iowa

57. New York Knicks — Louis Labeyrie, C, France

58. Philadelphia 76ers — Jodan McRae, SG, Tennessee

59. Toronto Raptors — Xavier Thames, PG, San Diego State

60. Brooklyn Nets — Corey Jefferson, PF, Baylor


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  • Harry Kays

    Thames was the steal of the draft. He LED the NBA combine in shooting at 75.5% and hit 16-25 from NBA 3. Phenomenal shooter. 18 games with 8 or more free throw attempts and he made 83% of them. This also means that the idea analysts had that Thames is slow is way off as he drove alot to the basket as the primary ball handler.

    Great player on screens with a quick release. He averaged 1.7 steals per game. Only 1.4 turnovers per game. His steal to turnover ratio was top 5 in the country at 1.20. He had to take alot of tough shots which lowered his shooting percentage to 41% as no other Aztec player could shoot jumpers- Literally nobody. Shepard was the only other player to shoot jumpers and he shot a pathetic 17% from 3. Thames shot 37% from 3 . He keeps players in front of him and is a decent defender. Livingston is signing with Sacramento so Thames will get a spot on the Nets. Thorton and Teague better bring it as Thames has Aztec/Fisher/Kawhi intensity.