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Saturday / April 13.
  • Nets to Host NBA Draft Combine

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    The Nets, in conjunction with the Houston Rockets and the Knicks, will host a draft combine at which 44 NBA draft- eligible players will showcase their skills in front of coaches and personnel executives from 26 NBA teams.  Players will be measured and skill tested and participate in five-on-five competition.

    Workouts will take place on Saturday and Sunday at the Nets facility in East Rutherford, N.J.

    Underclassmen can withdraw from the draft by Sunday and return to campus if they don’t hire an agent, so some of these players will have to make a relatively quick determination on their futures.


    PLAYER                          POSITION     HEIGHT      WEIGHT     COLLEGE

    Olu Ashaolu                     F                   6’7”             220             Louisiana Tech

    Deangelo Casto                F                   6’8”             231             Washington State

    Mamadou Diarra               C                   7’0”             240             USC

    Kim English                      G/F                6’6”             200             Missouri

    Ashton Gibbs                   G                   6’2”             190             Pittsburgh

    Troy Gillenwater                F                   6’7”             225             New Mexico State

    Josh Harrellson                 C                   6’10”           275             Kentucky

    Tu Holloway                      G                   6’0”             185             Xavier

    Scotty Hopson                  G/F                6’6”             195             Tennessee

    Reggie Jackson                G                   6’3”             208             Boston College

    Orlando Johnson               G                   6’5”             205             UC Santa Barbara

    Reggie Johnson                C                   6’10            303             Miami

    Cory Joseph                     G                   6’3”             170             Texas

    Guy-Marc Michel              C                   7’0”             270             Indiana

    Darius Morris                    G                   6’4”             190             Michigan

    Jamine Peterson               F                   6’6”             230             Providence/ New Mexico (D-League)

    Carleton Scott                  F                   6’8”             218             Notre Dame

    Iman Shumpert                 G                   6’4”             200             Georgia Tech

    John Shurna                     F                   6’8”             210             Northwestern

    Hollis Thompson               F                   6’7”             205             Georgetown


    PLAYER                          POSITION        HEIGHT         WEIGHT        COLLEGE

    Jon Diebler                       G                      6’6”                200                Ohio State

    Lacedarius Dunn               G                      6’4”                200                Baylor

    Mustapha Farrakhan         G                      6’4”                181                Virginia

    Gary Flowers                    F                      6’8”                214                Southern Mississippi

    Austin Freeman                G                      6’4”                195                Georgetown

    Andrew Goudelock            G                      6’2”                200                College of Charleston

    Jerai Grant                       F                      6’8”                220                Clemson

    Justin Holliday                  F                      185                185                Washington

    Tyler Honeycutt                F                      6’8”                200                UCLA

    Rick Jackson                    F                      6’9”                240                Syracuse

    Delroy James                   F                      6’8”                220                Rhode Island

    Ravern Johnson                F                      6’7”                205                Mississippi State

    DeAndre Liggins               G                      6’6”                180                Kentucky

    Vernon Macklin                 F/C                   6’9”                245                Florida

    Damian Saunders             F                      6’7”                205                Duquesne

    Greg Smith                       F/C                   6’10”              250                Fresno State

    Julyan Stone                    G                      6’7”                200                UTEP

    Malcolm Thomas              F                      6’8”                220                San Diego State

    Isaiah Thomas                  G                      5’8”                180                Washington

    Chris Wright                     G                      6’1”                180                Georgetown

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.

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