Duke forward Harry Giles could fall to the Heat with the 14th pick and be the risky steal of the NBA Draft if his knees pass medical scrutiny.
Duke forward Harry Giles could fall to the Heat with the 14th pick and be the risky steal of the NBA Draft if his knees pass medical scrutiny. Grant Halverson Getty Images
Duke forward Harry Giles could fall to the Heat with the 14th pick and be the risky steal of the NBA Draft if his knees pass medical scrutiny. Grant Halverson Getty Images

How one of NBA Draft’s top-five talents could fall to the Miami Heat picking 14th

May 17, 2017 05:19 PM

UPDATED May 17, 2017 05:58 PM

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