The latest from the annual draft prospect showcase in Chicago.
According to reports coming out of Chicago, a somewhat disappointing showing highlighted day two of the the NBA Draft Combine. Many of the top prospects chose not to participate in today's group workouts and drills. The following players opted to pass on Thursday's showcase:
- Anthony Davis
- Bradley Beal
- Harrison Barnes
- Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
- Thomas Robinson
- Andre Drummond
- Jeremy Lamb
- Dion Waiters
- Austin Rivers
- Arnett Moultrie
Participation should improve tomorrow with players undergoing athletic tests and physical measurements. However, some of that information is already being leaked and reported by media in attendance. Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports
shared a few player measurements on Twitter, including a potential Kings' target.
So who have the Kings interviewed? According to tweets from Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee
, so far they've spoken to two guards and two forwards.
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