HoopsHype Jabari Parker rumors

June 26, 2014 Updates

Sam Amick: I'm not in the mock draft game this year, but if I were (based on intel from teams), I'd be going Wiggins, Parker, Embiid in top three spots Twitter @sam_amick

Adrian Wojnarowski: Barring an 11th hour offer, Cleveland plans to keep No. 1 pick and choose between Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker, source tells Yahoo. Philadelphia is no longer pursuing a deal with Cleveland for the No. 1 pick, league source tells Yahoo Sports. Twitter @WojYahooNBA

Alex Kennedy: Jabari: "I'd love if Carmelo came to CHI. My guy Derrick would have a scorer & that could bring championship to CHI." Twitter @AlexKennedyNBA

Where Embiid ultimately is selected isn't the only question. Which teams have his medical report is an even bigger one. League sources confirmed that the Cavaliers conducted the physical on Embiid while the Bucks, holding the second overall pick, did the medical work on Duke's Jabari Parker. The teams exchanged the reports. Embiid's injury was discovered during the course of his workout with Cleveland. CBSSports.com

June 25, 2014 Updates

Where Embiid ultimately is selected isn't the only question. Which teams have his medical report is an even bigger one. League sources confirmed that the Cavaliers conducted the physical on Embiid while the Bucks, holding the second overall pick, did the medical work on Duke's Jabari Parker. The teams exchanged the reports. Embiid's injury was discovered during the course of his workout with Cleveland. CBSSports.com

While its tough to tell if it's a preference or truly conceding, former Duke forward Jabari Parker expects to be the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft. Parker said the Milwaukee Bucks have promised they would select him with the second overall pick Thursday if he is still available. A source told Yahoo Sports that the Bucks like Parker a lot, but have not made him a promise. Yahoo! Sports

Just two days before the NBA draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers are split on whether to take Jabari Parker or Andrew Wiggins with the top overall pick, multiple sources told ESPN.com. "They are torn," one source close to the situation told ESPN.com. "They met for three hours, and all they talked about was those two guys." Added another industry source: "They haven't come to a decision yet." ESPN.com

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