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The 1994 NBA draft redone: Did the Jazz miss out on any second-round steals?

Vancouver's Mike Bibby and Jazz's Howard Eisley go for a loose ball on Dec. 29, 1999.
Vancouver's Mike Bibby and Jazz's Howard Eisley go for a loose ball on Dec. 29, 1999.
LAURA SEITZ,

The 1994 draft was full of talented players from top to bottom. There were some misses in the later half of the first-round, but also plenty of contributors in the second. There were five all-stars and a couple who will surely hear their name called to the hall of fame. The draft consisted of two rounds with 27 picks per round. Of the 54 players taken, 45 played in the NBA.

The player drafted the latest who played in the league was Zeljko Rebraca. He was taken with the last pick in the draft by Seattle and played for five seasons.

Here is a look at how the 1994 draft would have gone if it were done today.