2014 NBA Draft Big Board 7.0

Latter half of board sees major movement, including several rising Europeans

Updated: February 11, 2014, 12:25 PM ET
By Chad Ford | ESPN Insider

P.J. Hairston, Doug McDermottGetty ImagesP.J. Hairston and Doug McDermott are among a handful of prospects rising on the Big Board.

The top 10 don't budge in the latest edition of our Big Board. In many ways, this board has been as steady as it's been in years. Neither a couple of bad games from Andrew Wiggins nor an out-of-character outburst from Marcus Smart are shaking up the board. With NBA scouts getting more confident in their scouting reports, the search is turning to the second half of the draft where the movement is much more volatile.

Here is our seventh Big Board of the 2014 NBA draft.

1. Joel Embiid


Embiid has risen to the top of most draft boards in the NBA. But his play the last few weeks hasn't been stellar. He looks banged up and is clearly not playing with the motor or passion that he did early in the season. He's still No. 1 but his meteoric rise has stalled


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