Jun 27, 2013; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Alex Len (Maryland) poses for a photo with NBA commissioner David Stern after being selected as the number five overall pick to the Phoenix Suns during the 2013 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NBA Draft – Profiles, mock drafts and Suns trade rumors


2014 NBA Draft profiles

Aaron Craft, Ohio State: Suns place winning value on Buckeye

Aaron Gordon, Arizona: The point forward skills teams covet

Adreian Payne, Michigan State: More than a stretch 4

Andrew Wiggins, Kansas: Hyped with potential

Artem Klimenko: A draft-and-stash option

C.J. Wilcox, Washington: Is he a darkhorse wing?

Cleanthony Early, Wichita State: A prolific college scorer

Clint Capela: Forward brings freakish intangibles

Dante Exum, Australia: The potential to be elite

Dario Saric: The next great point-forward?

DeAndre Kane, Iowa State: Cyclone’s age a negative factor — production isn’t

Deonte Burton, Nevada: Putting the tools together

Doug McDermott, Creighton: An elite shooter with question-marks

Dwight Powell, Stanford: The stretch 4 the Suns want?

Gary Harris, Michigan State: Spartan guard brings two-way experience

Glenn Robinson III, Michigan: Can he find a scoring niche?

Elfrid Payton, Louisiana Lafayette: The draft’s mystery point guard

Isaiah Austin, Baylor: Bears big must add strength, advance face-up game

Jabari Parker, Duke: Blue Devil is the NBA Draft’s sure-fire scorer

Jahii Carson, Arizona State: Hometown kid brings speed

James McAdoo, North Carolina: Still embodying raw potential

James Young, Kentucky: Another Wildcat on the Suns?

Jerami Grant, Syracuse: Shooting could help tweener forward

Jordan Adams, UCLA: A grinder of a scoring guard

Josh Huestis, Stanford: Swingman brings defensive versatility

Jusuf Nurkic: Imposing size but a project

K.J. McDaniels, Clemson: The darkhorse swingman option

Kyle Anderson, UCLA: Bruin makes a case for playing point

Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State: The defensive bully

Mitch McGary, Michigan: An energetic big man

Nick Johnson, Arizona: Shaking the negative combo guard label

Noah Vonleh, Indiana: He’s more than big hands

Patric Young, Florida: Is he more than a low-post defender?

P.J. Hairston, North Carolina/D-League: Talented shooter must quell character concerns

Rodney Hood, Duke: Gunner an ideal choice for Suns

Russ Smith, Louisville: Overcoming size concerns

Shabazz Napier, UConn: Huskies point guard knows how to win

T.J. Warren, N.C. State: A one-trick pony?

Tyler Ennis, Syracuse: A true floor general

Zach LaVine, UCLA: The potential of a combo star

2014 NBA mock drafts

2014 NBA draft trade rumors

2014 NBA Draft Lottery

Features

Suns work out the big-name perimeter players: Rodney Hood, James Young, Gary Harris, Zach LaVine

Draftees’ experiences add questions to age limit

Draft-and-stash options for the Suns

Q&A: CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander on the draft

Russ Smith returns, goes up against Tyler Ennis