The NBA draft, where a team's fortunes can change overnight, has its share of intrigue at the top of the board this year. There is no consensus No. 1 prospect. The Cleveland Cavaliers hold the top pick, but there are rumors the team could trade the selection.
Here is what you need to know before the 2014 NBA draft:
Where: Barclays Center (Brooklyn, New York)
When: Coverage starts June 26 at 7 p.m. ET
Television: ESPN. Draft hosted by Rece Davis. Analysts: Jay Bilas, Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons.
Live Stream: WatchESPN
Format: Two rounds, 30 picks in each round
Draft eligibility: Draft eligibility rules can be found here.
First round draft order: (Last Updated: June 26, 1:00 p.m. ET)
1. Cleveland Cavaliers, 2. Milwaukee Bucks, 3. Philadelphia 76ers, 4. Orlando Magic, 5. Utah Jazz, 6. Boston Celtics, 7. Los Angeles Lakers, 8. Sacramento Kings, 9. Charlotte Hornets, 10. Philadelphia 76ers
20. Toronto Raptors, 21. Oklahoma City Thunder, 22. Memphis Grizzlies, 23. Utah Jazz, 24. Charlotte Hornets, 25. Houston Rockets, 26. Miami Heat, 27. Phoenix Suns, 28. Los Angeles Clippers, 29. Oklahoma City Thunder, 30. San Antonio Spurs
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Top Players (From Chris Mannix's Top 50 Prospects):
Jabari Parker, F, Duke, freshman | 6-8, 241
Andrew Wiggins, G/F, Kansas, freshman | 6-8, 197
Joel Embiid, C, Kansas, freshman | 7-0, 240
Noah Vonleh, F, Indiana, freshman | 6-9, 247
Dante Exum, G, Australia, | 6-6, 196
Marcus Smart, G, Oklahoma St., sophomore | 6-3, 227
Julius Randle, F, Kentucky, freshman | 6-9, 250
Doug McDermott, F, Creighton, senior | 6-8, 218
Aaron Gordon, F, Arizona, sophomore | 6-8, 208
Dario Saric, F, Croatia, | 6-10, 223
Gary Harris, G, Michigan State, sophomore | 6-4, 205