Jun 26, 2014; Brooklyn, NY, USA; NBA commissioner Adam Silver (second from right) poses with draft prospects from left Doug McDermott , Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker before the 2014 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Complete NBA Draft Results


The 2014 NBA Draft wrapped up on Thursday night with the Utah Jazz coming out feeling very good. We’re sure that everyone was watching and seeing what happened, but if you missed anything, you can check out the complete list of results below.

1. Cleveland Cavaliers – Andrew Wiggins

2. Milwaukee Bucks – Jabari Parker

3. Philadelphia 76ers – Joel Embiid

4. Orlando Magic – Aaron Gordon

5. Utah Jazz – Dante Exum

6. Boston Celtics – Marcus Smart

7. Los Angeles Lakers – Julius Randle

8. Sacramento Kings – Nik Stauskas

9. Charlotte Hornets – Noah Vonleh

10. Philadelphia 76ers – Elfrid Payton (Traded to the Orlando Magic for pick number 12)

11. Denver Nuggets – Doug McDermott (Traded to the Chicago Bulls for pick number 16 and 19)

12. Orlando Magic – Dario Saric (Traded to the Philadelphia 76ers for pick number 10)

13. Minnesota Timberwolves – Zach LaVine

14. Phoenix Suns – TJ Warren

15. Atlanta Hawks – Adreian Payne

16. Chicago Bulls – Jusuf Nurkic (Traded to the Denver Nuggets for pick number 11)

17. Boston Celtics – James Young

18. Phoenix Suns – Tyler Ennis

19. Chicago Bulls – Gary Harris (Traded to the Denver Nuggets for pick number 11)

20. Toronto Raptors – Bruno Caboclo

21. Oklahoma City Thunder – Mitch McGary

22. Memphis Grizzlies – Jordan Adams

23. Utah Jazz – Rodney Hood

24. Charlotte Hornets – Shabazz Napier (Traded to the Miami Heat for pick number 26)

25. Houston Rockets – Clint Capela

26. Miami Heat – P.J. Hairston (Traded to the Charlotte Hornets for pick number 24)

27. Phoenix Suns – Bogdan Bogdanovich

28. Los Angeles Clippers – C.J. Wilcox

29. Oklahoma City Thunder – Josh Huestis

30. San Antonio Spurs – Kyle Anderson

It was a really good night for the Utah Jazz. They got a couple pieces in the first round that can really help them in the future. Now we will wait a couple more weeks and watch these kids compete in Summer League action.

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