The best No. 14 picks in NBA Draft history

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2. Tim Hardaway, 1989, Golden State Warriors

Hardaway came into the NBA extremely talented and well coached, having played for the great Don Haskins at UTEP. Hardaway is viewed as the innovator of the killer crossover, which was dubbed “The UTEP two-step.”

As a member of the Warriors, he’d averaged 20.5 points and 9.6 assists in his first six years, despite missing one year with a knee injury. His stint with Warriors also included three all-star appearances (1991-1993), two all-NBA selections (1992 and 1993), and first team all-Rookie in 1990.

He’s also known for being a part of the Run-TMC trio, with Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin.

Like Majerle, Hardaway spent the mid to late 90’s as a member of the Heat, contributing 17.3 points and 7.6 assists.