Terence Davis Rumors
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
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.
What have you done to prepare for the NBA draft so far this offseason? Terence Davis: I signed with Adam Pensack and they have trainers at Impact Sports with Joe Abunassar and Drew Moore and they are unbelievable. The work we get done there with the conditioning and the players we get to work out with is amazing. It is a good vibe and a good scene and has definitely helped me out a lot with this process.
You’re also a fairly good playmaker out of the pick-and-roll. How are you able to use that to create for yourself and for others? Terence Davis: Yessir. I got a new coach last year in Kermit Davis and he was such a fantastic coach. He pretty much put me in that spot where I could make good decisions. I wanted to show NBA teams that I could do that. I was Top 10 in my the SEC for assists and led my team in dishes. I always wanted to be like that and that was out of my stats, that was the one that made me most proud.
The NBA has picked 11 players from the G League Elite Camp to stay for the NBA draft combine that starts Thursday. UCF’s Tacko Fall, Florida State’s Terance Mann, Miami’s Dewan Hernandez, Syracuse’s Oshae Brissett, Nevada’s Cody Martin, Tulsa’s DaQuan Jeffries, Auburn’s Jared Harper, Iowa’s Tyler Cook, Iowa State’s Marial Shayok, Mississippi State’s Reggie Perry and Ole Miss’ Terence Davis were invited Wednesday to stay.