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    The NBA announced today that 69 players are expected to attend the Microsoft Surface NBA Draft Combine 2021, which will be held June 21-27 at Wintrust Arena and the Marriott Marquis in Chicago.

    The Microsoft Surface NBA Draft Combine 2021 is an important step in the draft process for NBA prospects, leading up to NBA Draft 2021 presented by State Farm on July 29.   Players will conduct interviews with NBA teams and participate in five-on-five games, shooting and strength and agility drills June 22-25.  ESPN2 (June 24) and ESPNU (June 25) will provide coverage of the five-on-five games from 3-7 p.m. ET each day.

    A select number of standout players from the 2021 NBA G League Elite Camp, which takes place June 19-21 at Wintrust Arena, will be invited to participate in the Microsoft Surface NBA Draft Combine 2021.

    Below is a list of expected attendees for the Microsoft Surface NBA Draft Combine 2021.

    PlayerSchool/Club PlayerSchool/Club
    1. Max AbmasOral Roberts 36. Isaiah LiversMichigan
    2. Ochai AgbajiKansas 37. Makur MakerHoward
    3. Marcus BagleyArizona State 38. Sandro MamukelashviliSeton Hall
    4. Scottie BarnesFlorida State 39. Tre MannFlorida
    5. Charles BasseyWestern Kentucky 40. Matthew MayerBaylor
    6. Brandon Boston Jr.Kentucky 41. Miles McBrideWest Virginia
    7. James BouknightConnecticut 42. Davion MitchellBaylor
    8. Greg Brown IIITexas 43. Evan MobleyUSC
    9. Jared ButlerBaylor 44. Isaiah MobleyUSC
    10. Julian ChampagnieSt. John’s 45. Moses MoodyArkansas
    11. Justin ChampagniePittsburgh 46. Trey Murphy IIIVirginia
    12. Josh ChristopherASU 47. Daishen NixNBA G League Ignite
    13. Sharife CooperAuburn 48. John Petty Jr.Alabama
    14. Ayo DosunmuIllinois 49. Yves PonsTennessee
    15. David Duke Jr.Providence 50. Jason PrestonOhio
    16. Kessler EdwardsPepperdine 51. Joshua PrimoAlabama
    17. Luka GarzaIowa 52. Roko PrkacinCibona (Croatia)
    18. RaiQuan GrayFlorida State 53. Neemias QuetaUtah State
    19. Jalen GreenNBA G League Ignite 54. Austin ReavesOklahoma
    20. Quentin GrimesHouston 55. Jeremiah Robinson-EarlVillanova
    21. Sam HauserVirginia 56. Terrence Shannon Jr.Texas Tech
    22. Aaron HenryMichigan State 57. Day’Ron SharpeNorth Carolina
    23. Ariel HukportiNevezis (Lithuania) 58. Jericho SimsTexas
    24. Matthew HurtDuke 59. Jaden SpringerTennessee
    25. Nah’Shon HylandVCU 60. DJ StewardDuke
    26. Isaiah JacksonKentucky 61. Cameron ThomasLSU
    27. David JohnsonLouisville 62. JT ThorAuburn
    28. Jalen JohnsonDuke 63. Isaiah ToddNBA G League Ignite
    29. Keon JohnsonTennessee 64. Trendon WatfordLSU
    30. Herbert JonesAlabama 65. Joe WieskampIowa
    31. Kai JonesTexas 66. Ziaire WilliamsStanford
    32. Johnny JuzangUCLA 67. McKinley Wright IVColorado
    33. Corey KispertGonzaga 68. Moses WrightGeorgia Tech
    34. Jonathan KumingaNBA G League Ignite 69. Marcus ZegarowskiCreighton
    35. Scottie LewisFlorida  
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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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