NBA Draft

76ers To Expand Workouts For No. 1 Pick Beyond Simmons, Ingram
The 76ers are widely expected to pick between Brandon Ingram and Ben Simmons, but they expect to also work out Jaylen Brown, Kris Dunn and Jamal Murray.
League Office Reviewing Draft Combine Measurements
Jaylen Brown's standing reach was three inches shorter than it was at the Nike Hoop Summit a year ago.
Scout: Dragan Bender More Advanced At 18 Than Porzingis
Dragan Bender has a recent small sample size with Maccabi , but he's younger than most freshman and has been playing against players more than a decade older than him.
Jaylen Brown Won't Hire Agent, Will Use NBPA To Advise Him On Rookie Deal
Jaylen Brown is widely expected to be one of the top picks in the 2016 NBA Draft after one season at California.
76ers Leaning Toward Selecting Ben Simmons First Overall
The 76ers will continue to consider Brandon Ingram but they have confidence in the upside of Ben Simmons.
NBA May Revisit Lottery Reform Following Free Agency
There was strong support of removing the incentives for having a bad record but the plan didn't receive a super majority.
76ers Also Were Initially Drawn For Second Overall Pick
The 76ers had the best odds in history to get the top overall pick due to their place with the worst record in the league and also owning a pick swap with the Kings.
76ers Win Lottery, Lakers Get 2nd Pick, Celtics 3rd
The 76ers, Lakers and Celtics are in the top-3 of the NBA Draft Lottery.
Celtics To Target Backcourt If Pick Falls Outside Top-2
Jamal Murray would be the logical pick with his shooting and versatility, but sources say they also like Buddy Hield.
Lakers Expected To Trade Pick If It Falls To No. 3
Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram are the presumptive top-2 players in the draft.

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Notes From The 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

by Christopher Reina

On Josh Jackson, Jayson Tatum, Jonathan Isaac, De'Aaron Fox, Markelle Fultz, DeAndre Ayton, Terrance Ferguson, Wenyen Gabriel and the other notables for the 2016 Nike Hoop Summit.

DeAndre' Bembry Living In The Moment Between Two Paths Of His Career

by Jake Hyman

DeAndre' Bembry has shown that he's an ideal fit for the pro level, with the all-around ability that meshes with scorers. Bembry also has the college seasoning to help out teams instantly.

The Unfortunate Obscurity Of Nic Moore

by Jonathan Tjarks

A player with Nic Moore's size had better be extremely fast (which he is), have an extremely high basketball IQ (which he has) and not have any holes in his game (which he doesn't).

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Jordan Rezendes 29.68 Points

Tyheim Monroe 15.33 Rebounds

Kay Felder 9.26 Assists

Justin Jones 4.07 Blocks

Tra-Deon Hollins 3.97 Steals

John Brown 34.05 PER

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