The best No. 14 picks in NBA Draft history

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4. Peja Stojakovic, 1996, Sacramento Kings

Although Stojakovic was drafted in 1996, he didn’t begin his NBA career with the Kings until 1998 after coming over from Greece.

A lethal shooter, he was a huge part of the early 2000’s Kings, arguably some of the best teams in recent league history. He averaged 18.5 points, five rebounds, and two assists per game in his eight years in Sacramento.

2003-2004 proved to be his best season, as he averaged 24.2 points and 6.3 rebounds en route to a 2nd team all-NBA selection.

A three-time all-star (2002-2004), Stojakovic eventually won a championship as a member of the 2011 Dallas Mavericks.