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NBA Releases OFFICIAL NBA Draft Combine List

Some fans were a little bit upset on Sunday when they found out that some of the top prospects in the upcoming NBA draft were not going to participate in the upcoming NBA draft combine. Those names included Jabari Parker from Duke, Joel Embiid and Andrew Wiggins, both from Kansas. On Monday, the NBA released it’s full official list of the prospects who will be participating in the upcoming combine.

A few more names that won’t be at the combine include Adreian Payne, the big man from Michigan State who has been diagnosed with mono, and Michigan’s Mitch McGary won’t be there due to his back not being 100% yet.

Also, according to Chad Ford, NBA Draft Insider for ESPN, his sources have said that Kentucky’s Julius Randle, Australia’s Dante Exum, Arizona’s Aaron Gordon, Indiana’s Noah Vonleh, Syracuse’s Tyler Ennis, Creighton’s Doug McDermott, and Michigan’s Nik Stauskas are unlikely to participate in drills at the combine.

With the official list coming out and fans getting a chance to look at who will actually be attending, fans can get excited about the talent that they will get to see. If you are looking to watch coverage of the upcoming NBA draft combine, the combine will be held from May 14th – 18th and will be covered on NBA TV, ESPNU, and ESPN2.

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