NBA Draft: Cavaliers select Andrew Wiggins with No. 1 overall pick

Anderson might be the most versatile player in this draft. He’s tall enough to guard power forwards on defense, but skilled enough to play point guard on offense. Anderson is one of the best passers in the country, and also has ballhandling skills not often seen from a player as tall as he is. He’s not especially quick, and there are questions about his defense, but it wouldn’t be a major surprise if a team made him its first-round pick.

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SECOND ROUND

No. 31 -- Milwaukee Bucks -- Damien Inglis, 6-8, 240, France, small forward

No. 32 -- Philadelphia 76ers -- K.J. McDaniels, 6-6, 196, Clemson, small forward

No. 33 -- Cleveland Cavaliers -- Joe Harris, 6-6 1/4, 226, Virginia, shooting guard

No. 34 -- Denver Nuggets -- Cleanthony Early, 6-6, 209, Wichita State, small forward

No. 35 -- Utah Jazz -- Jarnell Stokes, 6-8, 260, Texas, small forward

Traded to Denver Nuggets for 2015 second round pick.

No. 36 -- Milwaukee Bucks -- Johnny O'Bryant III, 6-9, 256, LSU, forward

No. 37 -- Minnesota Timberwolves -- DeAndre Daniels, 6-9, 195, Connecticut, forward

No. 38 -- Detroit Pistons -- Spencer Dinwiddie, 6-4 1/2, 204, Colorado, shooting guard

No. 39 -- Philadelphia 76ers -- Jerami Grant, 6-6 1/2, 214, Syracuse, shooting guard

No. 40 -- Minnesota Timberwolves -- Glenn Robinson III, 6-5 1/2, 211, Michigan, small forward

No. 41 -- Denver Nuggets -- Nikola Jokic, 6-11, 253, Serbia, center

No. 42 -- Houston Rockets -- Nick Johnson, 6-3, 200, Arizona, guard

No. 43 -- Atlanta Hawks -- Walter Tavares, 7-3, 265, Spain, center

No. 44 -- Minnesota Timberwolves -- Markel Brown, 6-3 1/2, 190, Oklahoma State, shooting guard

No. 45 -- Charlotte Hornets -- Dwight Powell, 6-11, 234, Stanford, power forward

No. 46 -- Washington Wizards -- Jordan Clarkson, 6-5, 186, Missouri, point guard