Keith Pompey. The #sixers attended a workout featuring …

Keith Pompey. The #sixers attended a workout featuring former NBA c Hasheem Thabeet Saturday in Maryland. The #Nuggets & #Wizards also attended. Other workout participants were former NBA PG Trevon Duval, Stephen F Austin’s Kevon Harris, Nicholls’ Gavin Peppers, KState’s Kamau Stokes.

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Jovan Buha: The six players the Clippers worked out today, a league source told @TheAthleticLA: - Nick Weiler-Babb (PG, Iowa St.) - Chris Clemons (PG, Campbell) - Charles Matthews (SF, Mich.) - Terry Harris (SG, North Carolina AT&T) - Mamadi Diakite (C, Virginia) - Kenny Wooten (C, Oregon)
Rod Boone: Maryland's Bruno Fernando is among the players #Hornets are bringing in for tomorrow's pre-draft workout. The others: Shizz Alston, Temple Raaesan Davis, NCCU Justin Simon, St. John’s Lamar Stevens, Penn State Keyshawn Woods, Ohio State
Jovan Buha: North Carolina AT&T shooting guard Terry Harris, the 6-foot-6 younger brother of Tobias Harris, will work out today for the Clippers, per a league source. He has several other team workouts scheduled within the next few weeks.
Powell will take part in the Roc Nation Pro Day on May 28 in Los Angeles and then decide after that. “He’ll decide on the 29th what he’s going to do,” a source close to Powell said. This week he worked out for Brooklyn, Charlotte and Sacramento. He had previously worked out for Oklahoma City and Atlanta, and also impressed at the G League Elite Camp in Chicago although he wasn’t invited to the main NBA Combine.
College of Charleston’s Jarrell Brantley will work out for the Philadelphia 76ers, according to someone with knowledge of the team schedule.
Brantley has already worked out for the Brooklyn Nets, Boston Celtics, Memphis Grizzlies, Minnesota Timberwolves and the Charlotte Hornets. The person told Sixers Wire that Brantley will next work out for the Phoenix Suns as well as the L.A. Clippers before meeting with Philly.
Daniels declared for the NBA Draft after the season and worked out for the Boston Celtics. He kept open the possibility that he could return to Tulane but it was his one visit, to Villanova and coach Jay Wright, that convinced him to move on.
Ian Begley: Nets GM Sean Marks is among many execs at Priority Sports Pro Day today. Knicks and Nets - & likely the 28 other teams - have execs there. Brandon Clarke, Carsen Edwards, Bruno Fernando, Ethan Happ, Ty Jerome, Isaiah Roby, Admiral Schofield, Max Strus, Dylan Windler are there.
Shaw’s Amir Hinton has spent the last month traveling across the country working out for NBA teams ahead of the draft. His most recent workout was for Sacramento Kings and he spoke to the media about trying to make the most of his opportunity. Hinton has previously worked out for several teams, including the Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks, Detroit Pistons and several others.

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Bryan Kalbrosky: Former Arkansas big man Daniel Gafford (@Dan_G33) will have a pre-draft workout with Boston, per source. His total vertical reach was the second-highest among all participants at the NBA combine, trailing only 7-foot-7 prospect Tacko Fall. bit.ly/2X3wufa #Celtics
Sean Deveney: The Celtics held a workout on Thursday that included Kansas G Devon Dotson, source told SN. He's now had 8 workouts including Atlanta produced well at the predraft Combine in Chicago. He's still considering a return to Kansas and will decide next week.
NBA prospect Terence Davis recently had a workout with the Golden State Warriors, according to a person with knowledge of the schedule. The person told USA TODAY Sports Media Group’s Warriors Wire on the condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly on this matter. Davis had previously worked out with the Atlanta Hawks and the Boston Celtics.
Virginia Cavaliers forward Mamadi Diakite is testing the 2019 NBA Draft waters while leaving the door open to returning to UVA for his senior season. On Monday and Wednesday, Diakite worked out for the Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings.
Wednesday, EJ Montgomery worked out for the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs own the rights to the Nos. 19, 29 and 49 picks in this year's draft.

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Mays did confirm that he's visited and worked out for five NBA teams: the Oklahoma City Thunder, Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Memphis Grizzlies and Atlanta Hawks.
Jason Anderson: The Kings’ pre-draft workout Thursday will include Tacko Fall, a 7-foot-7, 289-pound center from UCF. Averaged 11.1 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.6 blocks as a senior.

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So far, Matt Mooney has worked out for two NBA teams: the Utah Jazz and Atlanta Hawks. He also has multiple workouts lined up for the future with teams that include: the Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Timberwolves, Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder, Detroit Pistons, and the Miami Heat.
Jordan Schultz: Purdue-FW SG John Konchar has #Celtics’ workout Thurs, per source. Konchar has worked out for the #Hawks/#Raptors this week - along w/#Clippers/#Nets. He measured over 6-5 w/a near 6-9 wingspan; only player NCAA history to amass 2k pts/1k reb/500 assists/200 steals @johnkonchar
Rod Beard: #Pistons work out Bruno Fernando, Daniel Gafford in search for backup big man: detroitnews.com/story/sports/n… via @detroitnews pic.twitter.com/pHOU2chz44
Jordan Schultz: #Tennessee forward Grant Williams worked out for the #Warriors today, per source. Williams (19 PPG, 8 RPG, 56 percent FGs, 82 percent FTs) was the first back-to-back SEC POY since 1995 and was a consensus first-team All-American for the Vols.
While exiting the workout may have been a letdown, Derrik Smits will be returning to Indianapolis for the upcoming basketball season. The son of the "Dunking Dutchman" said he fully expects to withdraw from the draft and play for the Bulldogs next season. The Pacers were the only workout he had scheduled.
Adam Zagoria: Tacko Fall will likely have his Pro Day next week and then workout for the #Knicks the week after, per league source. Knicks eyeing him with the No. 55 pick if he’s there.
Darnell Mayberry: The Bulls continued pre-draft workouts Monday with two groups of six. First group: Clayton Custer (Loyola), Quentin Grimes (Kansas), Charles Matthews (Michigan), Derek Pardon (Northwestern), Shamorie Ponds (St. John’s), Silvio De Sousa (Kansas)
Darnell Mayberry: Second group from Monday: Amir Hinton (Shaw), Dedric Lawson (Kansas), Javin DeLaurier (Duke), Justin James (Wyoming), Miye Oni (Yale) Simi Shittu (Vanderbilt)

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Chris Fischer: Former #Canes star Dewan Hernandez impressed at #NBACombine, earning tryouts w/ 5 teams already including #Nets today, #Raptors tomorrow. Agent tells me the Norland High product is scheduled for 10 more workouts. @NBC6Sports
Mike Vorkunov: Knicks have an early June workout scheduled with Texas PG Kerwin Roach Jr., according to a source. They interviewed him at Portsmouth Invitational. They worked out Roach pre-draft last spring too. He averaged 14.6 ppg, 3.2 apg, and shot 35.5% on 3s as a senior.
Zach Braziller: Seton Hall’s Myles Powell worked out for the #nets today, per his Instagram account. #shbb
The Pacers will hold their first two workouts in preparation for the 2019 NBA Draft on Tuesday, May 21 at St. Vincent Center. The first workout group includes Brian Bowen II (Australia), Ty Jerome (Virginia), Jaylen Nowell (Washington), Josh Perkins (Gonzaga), Dylan Windler (Belmont), and Justin Wright-Foreman (Hofstra).
The second workout group includes Nicolas Claxton (Georgia), Carsen Edwards (Purdue), C.J. Elleby (Washington State), Martin Krampelj (Creighton), Derrick Smits (Butler), and Lamar Stevens (Penn State).
Ian Begley: Tacko Fall’s workout with the Knicks, which was scheduled for today, has been postponed due to travel issues, per SNY sources. It’s expected to be rescheduled. Fall, the 7-7 C from Central Florida, impressed some NBA talent evaluators at G League Elite Camp & NBA Draft Combine.
Darnell Mayberry: The Bulls will continue their pre-draft workouts with two group sessions Monday at the Advocate Center. Among those Chicago will see up close: former Loyola point guard and Final Four hero Clayton Custer.
Brian Seltzer: 76ers announce participants for second predraft workout, which will be held tomorrow am at Training Complex: Ky Bowman (Boston College) Tookie Brown (Georgia Southern) Zylan Cheatham (Arizona State) Terance Mann (Florida State) Marial Shayok (Iowa State) Max Strus (DePaul)
Chris Kirschner: The Hawks will work out the following players tomorrow: (F) Aric Holman, Miss. State (F) Tres Tinkle, Oregon State (F) Obi Toppin, Dayton (G) Devon Dotson, Kansas (G) John Konchar, Purdue Fort Wayne (G) Payton Prichard, Oregon
Jordan Schultz: #Vanderbilt PF Simi Shittu is in Chicago to workout for the #Bulls tomorrow, per a source. Shittu, 19, is a former McDonald’s All-American. The 6-9 1/2 Canadian (7-1 1/4 wingspan) averaged nearly 11 PPG and 6.7 RPG for the Commodores as a freshman. @LanX_Sims
Sherrell D. McMillan: Nassir Little's first team workout will be with the Minnesota Timberwolves, a source told @InsideCarolina. Minnesota has the No. 11 pick in next month's NBA Draft.
Mike Vorkunov: Michigan's Ignas Brazdeikis says he met w/ 13 teams this week. Has workouts scheduled with Pistons & Utah. He was asked: "What would you do if you're locked in a car and you had a hammer." He thought smash his way out but seems simply unlocking the door is the right answer.
Once he leaves Illinois, Dewan Hernandez is off to New York for his first pre-draft workout with the Brooklyn Nets. After he spent the past few months as a mystery, Hernandez is finally back on the NBA radar.
The following is a list of scheduled attendees for the first Sacramento Kings Pre-Draft workout, which will take place at the Kings Practice Facility on May 20. Anthony Cowan (G – 6’0” 170 lbs.) Maryland Jon Axel Gudmundsson (G – 6’4” 190 lbs.) Davidson Xavier Sneed (F – 6’5” 210 lbs.) Kansas State Yoeli Childs (F – 6’8” 225 lbs.) BYU Reggie Perry (C – 6’8” 239 lbs.) Mississippi State Kevin Samuel (C – 6’11” 250 lbs.) TCU
Keith Pompey: Former #Oregon forward Louis King said he has a workout scheduled with the #Sixers during the #NBA predraft process. pic.twitter.com/itCzFGay9F
Rick Bonnell: Brandon Clarke said Thursday he has a workout scheduled with the @Charlotte Hornets. Two other forwards or centers to expect at Spectrum Center: Maryland's Bruno Fernando and Arkansas's Daniel Gafford.
Jim Meehan: Brandon Clarke has workouts scheduled with Minnesota, Charlotte, Miami and Boston. Those teams draft, in order, 11, 12, 13 and 14.
Kerry Blackshear Jr. has been making his rounds as he prepares for this years NBA Draft. After working out with the San Antonio Spurs, he made his way to Los Angeles for a workout with the Lakers.
Marcus R. Fuller: #Gophers junior guard Amir Coffey has a workout Friday with the Houston Rockets. Among NBA teams he’s already worked out for are Nets, Spurs, Nuggets, Bulls, Clippers and Warriors. Coffey will compete in @nbagleague elite camp next week in Chicago. @GopherMBB
Dayton Flyers forward Obi Toppin had his third workout with a NBA team on Saturday, sharing photos on Instagram of a Boston Celtics T-shirt and shorts and a short video from the team’s practice facility.

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Nick Mayo: I spent all last week preparing myself for this Lakers workout. I was excited and eager for it. On Monday, I flew out to LA where I was picked up and brought to the hotel for my workout the next morning. Being so anxious and ready for the workout, I didn't necessarily get the best night of sleep, but once I was up I was ready to go. There were five other players entering the draft that worked out with me. The Lakers' facilities were top-notch and the workout went pretty well. For me, it was a great first experience and I will be having several more workouts with other teams over the next month.
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Kevin Durant, James Harden back on good terms

ClutchPoints: “From what I’m told, the two former teammates are back on good terms now despite [James] Harden forcing his way out of Brooklyn.” @ramonashelburne on the Sixers’ reported interest in trading for Kevin Durant.

Grant Williams addresses Jaylen Brown trade rumors

After speaking with children during the Jr. Celtics camp, Grant Williams was asked how he felt about the trade rumors involving Brown. Williams responded by talking about the business side of the NBA while also praising Brown’s mindset and value as a player. “I feel like JB is mature in his mindset, and he knows that. I talk to him, texted him, reach out of as often as I can. It’s one of those things. It’s the league. It’s a business. It’s one of those things that you can’t be discouraged by because we love JB. It also shows how valuable he is.”
Obviously, Durant is one of the greatest players of all time. Williams explained that Brown having his name mentioned as the potential centerpiece in a deal for Durant just shows how great the Celtics star is. “It kind of shows how valuable he is. The fact that, top-10 player in the world, you’re the focal point. It’s one of those things, I remember, back in the day with Al Jefferson and KG [Kevin Garnett]. It’s one of those things where you’re like, ‘oh dang, Al Jefferson.’ It’s not even like a difference,” said Williams.
“I think he’s going to approach it even better. He’s going to take it with a competitive mindset, too. So, if it doesn’t work out, which, I don’t know what it is or not, I’m not involved in none of those processes,” stated Williams. “But I think that he’s going to come back with a chip on his shoulder, and I love that. Because I know how JB responds, and he’s going to be very, very, very, very secure because he’s secure of himself and he’s secure of what he’s going to be.”
Green then admitted that it’s usually him who takes the high road. Curry and Thompson don’t always clap back, so when they do, Dray knows that he has to take a step back in order to avoid an escalation: “That’s just not how we roll,” Green said. “So I usually do the majority of the talking most the time. It either leads to us having a conversation and discussing what I think and what they think and how we can figure it out. If it’s in a heated battle, a heat-of-the-moment situation and I’m like ‘Klay stop shooting the ball’ and he cuss and yell back, then we just keep it pushing and I run on and he run on. Or if I say something to Steph and he gets mad and snaps back every two blue moons then he says something back and I just run off and go about my day.”

Dwyane Wade on Heat Big 3: 'The hate was because of our skin color'

It was at this point where Wade decided to drop a shocking truth bomb about how the hatred for the Heat was racially motivated: “We knew that some of the hate was because of our skin color,” he claimed. “Because of being Black men and deciding to control the fate of our careers. … So, when we had the power, when we had the moment, we took it. But some of the hate came because we were three Black guys who decided and changed the way that the NBA probably would ever be because of that decision.”
Dwyane Wade recently made a guest appearance on JJ Redick’s The Old Man & The Three podcast, and it was an opportunity for the Heat icon to get brutally honest with his thoughts on why their Big 3 garnered so much hate. Wade was quick to point out that the way they teamed up to win a title wasn’t much different from how other iconic teams did it in the past (h/t ClutchPoints on Twitter): “If you think about it, no one gives backlash to any championships that Larry Bird won, that Magic Johnson won, that Michael Jordan won,” Wade said. “… You don’t win championships without playing with other guys that are great, first of all.”
Clutch Points: Brandon Jennings has some thoughts on the state of today’s NBA… 🤔 Jennings mentions that he feels Chris Paul and LeBron James were among those who contributed to turning the NBA into a “player’s league,” which has hurt the league. (via @Tuff__Crowd) pic.twitter.com/0fKrdStGsK