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Jordan Schultz: UCF center Tacko Fall has an upcoming workout for the #Lakers, a source tells ESPN. The 7-6 Fall averaged 11 PPG and 8 RPG, while also ranking in the top 10 nationally with his 2.6 blocks. Fall broke the all-time NCAA FG percentage record as well. @UCF_MBB @tackofall99
Mike Vorkunov: Knicks will work out Miami center Dewan Hernandez Friday, according to league sources, and worked out Shaw guard Amir Hinton earlier. Hernandez sat out this yr bc of the NCAA but did well enough at G League Elite camp to get combine invite. Heard Hinton's workout went well.
Mike Vorkunov: Knicks worked out Hofstra guard Justin Wright-Foreman, Eastern Michigan big man James Thompson IV, and North Carolina A&T wing Terry Harris today, according to league sources. Wright-Foreman averaged 27.1 ppg this year. Harris shot 41% from 3, and is Tobias Harris' brother.
The following is a list of scheduled attendees for the 16th Sacramento Kings Pre-Draft workout, which will take place at the Kings Practice Facility on Friday, June 14. Jalen Adams (G – 6’3” 197 lbs.) UConn Quinndary Weatherspoon (G – 6’4” 207 lbs.) Mississippi State Shaqquan Aaron (F – 6’7” 175 lbs.) USC Markis McDuffie (F – 6’8” 202 lbs.) Wichita State Jordan Caroline (F – 6’6” 240 lbs.) Nevada Dylan Osetkowski (C – 6’9” 261 lbs.) Texas
Eager to become more familiar with an interesting prospects in its draft range, the Heat plans to bring Indiana swingman Romeo Langford to AmericanAirlines Arena for a visit in the coming days, according to a league source.
Jordan Schultz: Source: Jordan Caroline worked out for the #Lakers today. The former @NevadaHoops standout (17 PPG on 37 percent 3s, 10 RPG, 2 APG) will workout for the #Kings tomorrow.
Scott Agness: Pacers pre-draft workout No. 8 — scheduled for June 14. Devin Cannady (Princeton) JaKeenan Gant (Louisiana-Lafayette) Tyler Herro (Kentucky) Cameron Jackson (Wofford) Christian James (Oklahoma) Lamar Peters (Mississippi State)
Rod Boone: Tomorrow's #Hornets pre-draft workout: Louis King, Oregon James Palmer Jr., Nebraska Trey Phills, Yale Rayjon Tucker, Arkansas-Little Rock Jared Harper, Auburn Amir Hinton, Shaw
Jamie Hudson: Today’s pre-draft workout participants for the Trail Blazers are: David Crisp Matur Maker KZ Okpala Samir Sehic Jaylin Walker Cameron Young
Kyle Neubeck: Tomorrow’s #Sixers draft workout participants Kyle Alexander (Tennessee) Daulton Hommes (Point Loma Nazarene) Mahir Johnson (Goldey-Beacom College) Nick Mayo (Eastern Kentucky) Jordan Poole (Michigan) Isaiah Roby (Nebraska)
Keith Langlois: Today's Pistons draft workout: Jordan Bone, Tennessee Charlie Brown, St. Joseph's Jalek Felton, Uniion Olimpija (Slovenia) Trevor Manuel, Olivet Zach Norvell, Gonzaga Derek Pardon, Northwestern
Chase Hughes: Tomorrow’s Wizards pre-draft workout will include another option at No. 9, Sekou Doumbouya (visit only): Corey Davis (Houston) Sekou Doumbouya (France) Jessie Govan (Georgetown) Jaylen Hands (UCLA) Lyle Hexom (Peru State) Jonathan Kasibabu (Fairfield) V.J. King (Louisville)
LaGerald Vick, a guard from Kansas who worked out for the Knicks, also had a strong shooting performance in a recent workout for the Pelicans. The Knicks have the No. 55 pick in the draft and have worked out several players who could fall into that real estate.
Chris Haynes: Yale guard Trey Phills — son of the late Bobby Phills — has a workout scheduled with the Charlotte Hornets on Friday, the franchise that retired his father’s No. 13 jersey, his agent @kengestevenson tells Yahoo Sports.
Gery Woelfel: Sharpshooter Cameron Johnson (N. Carolina) appears on the rise in NBA draft. Johnson, who auditioned for Bucks (30th pick) last month, works out today for Minnesota (11th pick). Boston (14, 20, 22), Orlando (16), OKC (21), Philly (24) & Golden State (28) have also worked him out
The following is a list of scheduled attendees for the 15th Sacramento Kings Pre-Draft workout, which will take place at the Kings Practice Facility on Thursday, June 13. Rickey McGill (G – 6’2” 185 lbs.) Iona Jeremiah Martin (G – 6’3” 186 lbs.) Memphis Ar’Mond Davis (G – 6’6” 190 lbs.) UC Santa Barbara Jalen McDaniels (F – 6’10” 192 lbs.) San Diego State Simisola Shittu (F – 6’10” 227 lbs.) Vanderbilt Christ Koumadje (C – 7’4” 274 lbs.) Florida State
Sam Vecenie: According to a source, Georgia forward Nic Claxton has canceled and shut down all workouts for non-lottery teams. Feels good about where he’ll be picked based off of feedback during the pre-draft process.
Scott Agness: Pacers pre-draft workout No. 7 — scheduled for June 13: Sandy Cohen III (Wisconsin-Green Bay) Bruno Fernando (Maryland) Daniel Gafford (Arkansas) Paul Jorgensen (Butler) Terance Mann (Florida State) Jaylen Nowell (Washington) Tremont Waters (LSU) - visit only, no workout
Trey Mourning, son of Heat executive Alonzo Mourning, worked out for Heat officials on Wednesday at AA Arena, according to a source. Mourning, a 6-9 forward, averaged 6.3 points and 3.8 rebounds in 26 games for Georgetown last season (including 11 starts). He played entirely off the bench his first three seasons with the Hoyas.
Chris Vivlamore: The Hawks will work out the following players Thursday. Hawks will hold final workouts Friday and Saturday before next week’s NBA draft. C Goga Bitadze (Mega Bemax) F Jonathan Galloway (UC Irvine) G Rayjon Tucker (Arkansas Little Rock) G Lindell Wigginton (Iowa State)
Darren Wolfson: The #Twolves have a bunch of draft prospects in today, including Kentucky's PJ Washington. He also worked out here last year, & interviewed w/ #AllEyesNorth at the Combine this year. He's a solid first rounder: pic.twitter.com/2GhnYAkndR
Kevin Chouinard: Tomorrow's sixth workout participant is Jordon Varnado from Troy University, brother of former MSU shot-blocker Jarvis Varnado.
Darnell Mayberry: More Bulls pre-draft workouts this week. Monday's six-man group: Amir Coffey (Minnesota) Jaylen Hands (UCLA) Jaylen Hoard (Wake Forest) Louis King (Oregon) Marial Shayok (Iowa State) Ty Cockfield (Arkansas State)
Darnell Mayberry: Tuesday's six-man group: Chris Clemons (Campbell) Daniel Gafford (Arkansas) Jessie Govan (Georgetown) Tyler Hall (Montana State) William McDowell-White (Brose Bamberg) Justin Robinson (Virginia Tech)
Kevin Chouinard: Tomorrow's Hawks workout: Oshae Brissett (Syracuse) – Forward – 6-8, 210 Kevarrius Hayes (Florida) – Forward – 6-9, 227 Adam Mokoka (Mega Bemax) – Guard – 6-5, 190 Nick Weiler-Babb (Iowa State) – Guard – 6-5, 205 Kenny Wooten (Oregon) – Forward – 6-9, 235
The following is a list of scheduled attendees for the 14th Sacramento Kings Pre-Draft workout, which will take place at the Kings Practice Facility on Wednesday, June 12. Josh Reaves (G – 6’5” 204 lbs.) Penn State Cody Martin (G – 6’6” 192 lbs.) Nevada Skyler Flatten (G – 6’6” 210 lbs.) South Dakota State Tyus Battle (G – 6’7” 204 lbs.) Syracuse Isaiah Pineiro (F – 6’6” 221 lbs.) San Diego Cam Jackson (F – 6’9” 256 lbs.) Wofford
Taylor Eldridge: Make that the 7th NBA Draft workout for Wichita State grad Markis McDuffie, this one with the Houston Rockets today. McDuffie has also worked out for Charlotte, Atlanta, Portland, New York, Miami and Minnesota.
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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Teams already preparing in case Kevin Durant becomes available?

But whatever the case, teams are reportedly making preparations for the Nets star potentially being available in the coming days. That’s according to ESPN insider Zach Lowe on a post-NBA draft episode of his Lowe Post podcast: “I can tell you this. This is what teams are doing. Teams are already operating under, not the assumption, but ‘we need to prepare for the contingency that Kevin Durant is available via trade in six days or seven days.’ … The whole league is now.”
Rumors have it that if Irving ends up leaving the Nets, Durant could also ask out. For Windhorst, trying to trade for KD after the Irving situation blew up would be something the Heat could do. “The godfather move is not to trade for Kyrie Irving. The godfather move is to let the Kyrie Irving situation to blow up and then wait for Kevin Durant to say he wants out of there. That’s the Miami Heat move,” Windhorst said on ESPN’s Get Up.

Kyrie Irving x Nets situation 'getting acrimonious'

Woj also said that while Irving has given the Nets six NBA destinations he’d prefer if there’s no agreement, there is limited interest in him at max money. The ESPN insider said the only team with any real interest is the Lakers. Still, he argued, getting Irving a contract paying more than $6.3 million — the taxpayers MLE — seems unlikely. “This is getting acrimonious,” Woj told a panel on ESPN’s NBA analysts. “and I think that’s the concern when you look at not only Kyrie’s future in Brooklyn, but also Kevin Durant’s future and whether they can hold this thing together.”
Woj also was clear that with some of Irving’s six landing spots, not all of them reciprocate. “The interest isn’t mutual in several of these places,” Woj said. “Obviously the Lakers are the ones that loom. And will Kyrie Irving walk away from a $36.9 million player option that he can opt into and have that money guaranteed, especially after a year where he lost about $17 million by not being vaccinated last year and untold more with a sneaker deal that isn’t going to be there anymore, certainly at the level it was.”
Several teams have already been linked to a potential swoop on Kyrie if his contract negotiations with the Nets continue to deteriorate. Be that as it may, NBA analyst Chris Broussard believes that Irving’s options aren’t actually as vast as some might think: “Half of these teams don’t even want Kyrie,” Broussard said on First Things First. “I was texting with someone that works for one of these teams yesterday, ‘You want Kyrie?’ ‘No!’ It was the fastest return text I’ve ever got. And then, ‘What do you think of his wish list?’ ‘Tomfoolery & wishful thinking.’ That was the answer.”