Oregon guard Chris Duarte, Kentucky forward Isaiah Jackson and LSU guard Cameron Thomas became the latest to receive invites to the NBA Draft Green Room for top prospects, according to multiple reports.
Those three join 17 others, including expected top lottery choices such as Oklahoma State guard Cade Cunningham, USC center Evan Mobley, Gonzaga guard Jalen Suggs and G League Ignite guard Jalen Green and forward Jonathan Kuminga.
The NBA Draft will be held in-person July 29 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. You can check out the latest Hoops Wire Mock Draft right here.
With the draft slated for next week, teams are conducting interviews and workouts with prospects — something that will take place right up to the day before the draft.
More on the Draft
- The Cavaliers appear to favor Mobley if he is still available at No. 3, per Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com. They seem believe he can fit in next to center Jarrett Allen, as Mobley is expected to be able to play both in the pivot and at power forward, sort of like a newer version of Chris Bosh.
- Mike Schmitz of ESPN wrote that Florida State forward Scottie Barnes could be climbing the charts and is a player to watch for the Raptors with the No. 4 overall pick. Barnes could be jumping ahead of the likes of Suggs and Kuminga.
- In case you missed it, Cunningham has already met with the Pistons, owner of the No. 1 overall pick. It’s been reported that the Pistons are the only team with which he will meet.