Jonathan Givony projects the top 60 prospects in the class.
As far as ESPN's draft analytics model is concerned, there was plenty of value to be found in the second round last night. In addition to these, the Mavericks picked up two talented players very late in Ray Spalding (Analytics Rank: 24) and Kostas Antetokounmpo (30).
Shaquille O'Neal and draft prospects Mikal Bridges, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Marvin Begley III teamed up with JCPenney to host a day of mentorship for teens in Brooklyn with The Y!:
The Knicks were among the teams to watch Loyola's Donte Ingram in a workout in Chicago this week. Ingram, a 6-6 guard, has workouts scheduled next week with Memphis and Philadelphia. Several teams in attendance at the private workout were impressed by what they saw from Ingram, who averaged 11 points and 6 rebounds for the Ramblers and helped lead them to an unexpected run to the Final Four.
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