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Rod Beard: Today's #Pistons predraft workouts: F Oshae Brissett (Syracuse) G Barry Brown Jr (Kansas St.) F Digue Diawara (France) F Nikola Miskovic (Serbia) G Zach Jackson (Omaha) G Josh Perkins (Gonzaga)
RJ Barrett will work out with the Knicks on Monday in Tarrytown as the former Duke swingman prepares for the NBA draft.
Chris Vivlamore: The following players will work out for the Hawks on Monday ahead of the NBA draft: G Jordan Bone (Tennessee) F Brian Bowen (Sydney) F Dewan Hernandez (Miami) G Jordan Poole (Michigan) G Justin Robinson (Virginia Tech) F Dean Wade (Kansas State)
Darnell Mayberry: The Bulls continued pre-draft workouts Sunday with a group of six prospects: Kenny Wooten (Oregon) Jalen McDaniels (San Diego St.) Matt Mooney (Texas Tech) Sagaba Konate (West Virginia) Terrence Mann (Florida State) Terence Davis (Ole Miss)
Rod Boone: Tomorrow's #Hornets pre-draft workout: Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan Moses Brown, UCLA Mfiondu Kabengele, Florida State DJ Laster, Gardner-Webb Makai Mason, Baylor Marcquise Reed, Clemson
Casey Holdahl: Blazers will hold their second predraft workout Monday at their facility in Tualatin. Portland has the 25th pick in the 2019 Draft.
Candace Buckner: #Wizards announce their fifth predraft workout: Brandon Better (Guard, Southern Utah) Joe Cremo (Guard, Villanova) Jon Davis (Guard, Charlotte) Malik Dunbar (Forward, Auburn) Paul Eboua (Forward, Africa) Kaleb Johnson (Forward, Georgetown)
Chris Vivlamore: The Hawks will work out the following players Sunday: F Darius Bazley (Princeton High School) F Robert Franks (Washington State C Matur Maker (Zlatorog Laško) G William McDowell-White (Baunach) G Miye Oni (Yale) C Trayvon Reed (Texas Southern)
Jay King: Nassir Little, Dylan Windler and Ignas Brazdeikis are working out for the Celtics tomorrow, per a source. Little is one of the most intriguing wings in the draft, with a 7-1 wingspan and 38.5-inch vertical leap. Currently ninth on @sam_vecenie’s big board.
The following is a list of scheduled attendees for the 12th Sacramento Kings Pre-Draft workout, which will take place at the Kings Practice Facility on Monday, June 10. Kyle Guy (G – 6’2” 168 lbs.) Virginia BJ Taylor (G – 6’2” 200 lbs.) UCF John Konchar (G – 6’5” 200 lbs.) IPFW Jaren Lewis (G – 6’6” 215 lbs.) Abilene Christian Jakeenan Gant (F – 6’7” 200 lbs.) Louisiana Lafayette Nick Mayo (F – 6’8.5” 242 lbs.) Eastern Kentucky
Zach Braziller: Former Virginia guard Ty Jerome of New Rochelle has worked out for Pacers, Jazz, Celtics, Hornets and today the Magic, I'm told. Projected first round
Darren Wolfson: This is interesting: told that Coby White is here today for a workout w/ the #Twolves. Hard for me to see him getting to 11. I love him, by the way. He's not in the group workout that is 6 guys with Coffey, Tucker, Wilkes, 3 others. White is a 1x0 workout.
Darren Wolfson: Interesting, Part II: Doumbouya will visit Minnesota and the #Twolves early next week. @Jonathan Wasserman notes that Doumbouya will have a Pro Day tomorrow. He's been stationed in Dallas. pic.twitter.com/nJbHcyySx3
Ira Winderman: Miami Heat planning pre-draft workout for Alonzo Mourning’s son. sun-sentinel.com/sports/miami-h… Georgetown forward Trey Mourning already has had pre-draft workouts with the Wizards and Kings.
Alexander-Walker recently worked out with the Celtics and, sources said, performed extremely well in front of their brass. He also fits something of a positional need now in the backcourt with the team potentially losing Kyrie Irving and Terry Rozier in free agency. More of a combo-guard, secondary creator than a pure point guard, the former Hokie is a very skilled player who can run pick-and-rolls, split double-teams, and get into the paint. He can also knock down shots from distance and create plays for others at some level. The big concern here is overall athleticism in regards to potential future star power. Because of that, he profiles best next to a high-level creator. Still, this would be a good value at No. 20 for anyone.
Josh Newman: Eric Carter will work out for the Nets on June 18, I’m told. Former Jackson Memorial star was at the Sixers yesterday.
Fred Katz: Wizards announce the group coming in for pre-draft workouts tomorrow: Kavell Bigby-Williams ,Jordan Caroline, Aubrey Dawkins, William McDowell-White, Justin Robinson, Elijah Thomas

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Kevin Chouinard: Hawks workout for tomorrow: Jalek Felton (BC Nokia) Daulton Hommes (Point Loma) Sagaba Konate (West Virginia) Charles Matthews (Michigan) Nikola Miskovic (Mega Bemax) Joshua Obiesie (s.Oliver Wurzburg)
Ian Begley: Knicks will be among teams at NBA Draft Pro Day on Friday in Miami featuring the following players: Daniel Gafford, Jeff Thomas, Namon Wright, Ty Cockfield, Aric Holman, Jared Harper, Isaiah Reese, D’Marcus Simmonds, Kevaughn Allen, Dylan Osetkowski, Nick Perkins, Tremont Waters
Amr Mansour: Raleigh native Chris Clemons (Campbell) of 540 Sports & JCK Sports has excelled in pre-draft workouts with the following: Rockets, Celtics, Timberwolves, Hornets, Jazz, Warriors, Clippers, Kings and Magic. Upcoming workouts: 6/10- Mavericks, 6/15- Lakers, 6/19- Celtics
Michigan State guard Matt McQuaid was another workout participant on Tuesday. He’s not projected to be drafted, but like his time with the Spartans, McQuaid is looking to eke out a niche for himself in the NBA — possibly as an undrafted free agent. “Just keeping the underdog mentality and the edge at MSU that you play with and learn when you’re there,” McQuaid said. “Just being tough and doing the little things and paying attention to detail and do all the things that help you stand out.”
We reported last week that Kentucky power forward P.J. Washington will work out for the Heat in June, according to a source. And ESPN draft analyst Jonathan Givony reported Tuesday that Washington’s workout for the Heat will be Sunday and the first of six private workouts for one of three Kentucky players expected to go in the first round of the June 20 draft. Washington is among several players expected to receive strong consideration for the Heat’s pick at No. 13.
Brian Seltzer: 76ers have announced their 4th predraft workout. Scheduled invitees are: Eric Carter (Delaware). Carsen Edwards (Purdue). Jonathan Kasibabu (Fairfield). CJ Massinburg (Buffalo). Charles Matthews (Michigan). Quinndary Weatherspoon (Mississippi State). #HereTheyCome
Mark Murphy: This morning's Celtics pre-draft workouts: Kevin Porter Jr (USC), Lu Dort (Arizona State), Tyler Herro (Kentucky), Talen Horton-Tucker (Iowa State), Nickeil Alexander-Walker (Virginia Tech), Skyler Flatten (South Dakota State)
Rod Beard: #Pistons predraft workouts today: G Sedrick Barefield (Utah). F Darius Bazley (Princeton HS). C Kevarrius Hayes (Florida). C Nick Mayo (E. Kentucky). G Matt McQuaid (Michigan State). F Milik Yarbrough (Illinois).
He matched up with Cameroonian-born prospect Paul Eboua during the workout. Franks measured at nearly 6-foot-9 with shoes at the G League Elite Camp, where he also showed off his long frame with his 7-foot-3 wingspan.
Darren Wolfson: Former #Gophers draft updates: Jordan Murphy has workouts this week with the Nets and his hometown Spurs. The latter, I bet, will be very cool for him. Amir Coffey works out for the Hornets tomorrow. They publicly announced that.
Early in the offseason, San Antonio Spurs General Manager R.C. Buford was overseas scouting NBA prospect Luka Samanic. Now it seems the European star is in San Antonio for a pre-draft workout. Recently, Samanic posted a photo of his arrival in San Antonio.
Darnell Mayberry: The Bulls continued pre-draft workouts Monday with a group of six prospects: Vic Law (Northwestern) Luke Maye (UNC) Jaylen Nowell (Washington) Lamar Peters (Mississippi State) Jordan Poole (Michigan) Justin Simon (St. John’s)
Jason Anderson: The Kings will hold their ninth predraft workout Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/DmJRJBvB99

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Eric Walden: These six players will work out for the Jazz on Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/th2nz6X0qY

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Chase Hughes: Tomorrow’s Wizards pre-draft workout is another one with options for the second round and their G-League/Summer League teams: Raasean Davis (NC Central), Garrison Mathews (Lipscomb), Matt Morgan (Cornell), Marcquise Reed (Clemson), BJ Stith (ODU), James Thompson IV (E Mich)
Josh Robbins: The Magic just finished a predraft workout of: F Darius Bazley, Princeton HS. F Jaylen Hoard, Wake Forest. W Keldon Johnson, Kentucky. F Terance Mann, Florida St. F Kezie Okpala, Stanford. W/F Miye Oni, Yale.
Jay King: The Celtics draft workout today includes: Admiral Schofield - Tennessee Jason Burnell - Jacksonville St Jordan Bone - Tennessee Milik Yarbrough - Illinois St Oshae Brissett - Syracuse Ty Jerome - Virginia
Andrew Joe Potter: The Raptors are hosting 6 prospects for pre-draft workouts tomorrow: - Ky Bowman, Boston College - Lindell Wigginton, Iowa State - Aubrey Dawkins, UCF - Amir Coffey, Minnesota - Kenny Wooten, Oregon - Tariq Owens, Texas Tech
Jonathan Wasserman: Celtics and Warriors have both requested second workouts with Terence Davis, per source. Arguably the biggest pre-draft riser after initially being left off NBA combine list.
Chris Kirschner: The Hawks will workout the following players tomorrow: Tyus Battle (Syracuse) Bryce Brown (Auburn) Bruno Fernando (Maryland) Daniel Gafford (Arkansas) Cody Martin (Nevada) Marcel Ponitka (Arka Gdynia - Poland)
Tony Jones: Terence Davis, a combo guard from Ole Miss, will work out for the Utah Jazz on Tuesday, league sources tell The Athletic. The Jazz have previously interviewed Davis, who has been asked to second workouts with the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors
Jordan Schultz: Per source, USF PG Frankie Ferrari is working out for the following teams: #Kings — 6/3 #Warriors — 6/4 #Magic — 6/7 #Jazz — 6-8 Ferrari (15 PPG, 6 APG on 40 percent 3s as a senior) is a two-time First-Team All-WCC performer. @FrankieFerrari2
Keith Pompey: @Terry Harris, one of #Sixers forward @Tobias Harris’ brothers, will participate in Monday’s Sixers’ predraft workout. The former @ncatsuaggies 6-6 swingman worked out for the #Suns today. Another brother, @Tyler Harris, participated in this weekend’s #Sixers free-agency workouts.
David Baumann: Source: @UCF_MBB 7’6” legend @Tacko Fall will work out for the @Orlando Magic Monday. Fall averaged a steady 10.1 PPG, 7.7 RPG & 2.4 BLK over his four-year collegiate career. #PureMagic
“I’m a two-way player, an elite two-way player,” Culver said. “I can score and I can play defense. I feel like people see that a lot in me.” The 20-year-old worked out in an individual setting for the Lakers’ brass, including general manager Rob Pelinka and head coach Frank Vogel. Also present in the gym: superstar LeBron James. “I know LeBron plays here, but I didn’t expect him to be here,” Culver said. “You’re kinda shocked at first, like that’s LeBron James.”

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Earlier today, we reported that former Arkansas big man Daniel Gafford would join Kansas guard Lagerald Vick at the team workout later today. According to a person who has direct knowledge of the team schedule, the full list includes Michigan guard Jordan Poole, Charleston forward Jarrell Brantley as well as potential first-round picks Talen Horton-Tucker and Jalen McDaniels.
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Of course, the Nets will have their excuses to lean on in the event they are eliminated by the Bucks. Irving’s ankle sprain was a dramatic game-changer in this series, and though Harden looked physically better in Game 6 than he did in Game 5, he still wasn’t half the force he was with two healthy legs. “It’s not even about rust,” Harden said. “It’s about being able to move. … I’m out there to do whatever it takes to win. I’ve got to be better on both sides of the ball, which I will be for Game 7.”
Not yet. Not at a championship level. And, honestly, probably not near a championship level. “This one … this is going to eat at me for a long time,” Mitchell said. “Even when I go to the grocery store, I’m going to be thinking about this.” The Utah Jazz were spectacular on Friday night. Spectacular in building a 75-50 lead. Spectacular in blowing almost all of that lead in less than 12 minutes and allowing a Los Angeles team missing Kawhi Leonard to make them look like one of the worst defensive groups on Earth.
“It was a tough night for us all the way around,” Jazz coach Quin Snyder said. “We called timeouts to adjust how we defended. We tried stunting defensively. We went zone. But we got into full rotations and help situations, and we gave up looks trying to protect the rim. It was just a tough night. We were trying to guard the ball, and we struggled to stay in front. When Rudy came over to protect the rim, Mann made shots. Everybody made shots. Seventy-four percent from 3-point range is an unusual number. But there were things we didn’t execute on.”
George spent a lot of time with Mann at the beginning of the 2019 season, when he was working his way back from shoulder surgery. “T-Mann was like my sparring partner,” George said. “His tenacity was what I needed to get me back playing at an elite level. We challenged each other. I hope I was able to pass some things off to him. “He works on his game so much. One of the best young players that I’ve been around. Reminds me a lot of myself. He puts the work in. So, we tell him, we come out here, you work so hard, for what? Come out here and show it.”
“Happy to get the monkey off the Clippers back a little bit,” Jackson said. “But we are striving for more. This group, we have been hungry for one thing coming into the season, and it’s just still in the front of our mind and we just want to get better. Continue to come in here and get better each and every day. Excited to get home. Watch some film. Try to dissect it. Excited for our coaching staff to do the same and for us all to come as collective minds tomorrow to see what we’ve been doing well in this series, take something else from this series to go into the next one. We are going to enjoy it. It’s right back into playing another great team in Phoenix in two days. So we are getting ready for the challenge.”
“I know the Lakers are out and there’s a lot of Laker fans here,” said Clippers coach Tyronn Lue, who played on the Lakers’ 2001 NBA championship team. “But once the Lakers are gone, if we’re not playing the Lakers, you should be cheering for the Clippers because it’s all in one city. I can just feel the love and I’m very happy and proud of our guys.”