The Indiana Pacers have the 11th and 43rd selections in Thursday’s NBA Draft in Brooklyn, N.Y.
General manager Kevin Pritchard met with reporters Wednesday and said he’s confident one of “four or five” prospects will be there when the Pacers make their first-round pick.
While everyone guesses who that player will be, here’s a look back at the prospects who worked out for the team.
Three days before that, the Pacers worked out hometown prospect Trey Lyles of Kentucky, Jordan Mickey of LSU, Larry Nance, Jr. of Wyoming, Bobby Portis of Arkansas, Shannon Scott of Ohio State and Jarvis Threatt of Rio Grande (NBA D-League).
The June 2 workouts were with Anthony Brown of Stanford, Cady Lalanne of Massachusetts, Luis Montero of Westchester Community College, Jon Octeus of Purdue, Gabe Olaseni of Iowa and Kelly Oubre of Kansas.
Prior to that, the Pacers looked at Utah’s Delon Wright, William & Mary’s Marcus Thornton, Notre Dame’s Pat Connaughton, Georgetown’s Jabril Trawick and Greg Whittington and Texas’ Jonathan Holmes in one session.
The first workouts were with Syracuse’s Rakeem Christmas, Notre Dame’s Jerian Grant, Boston College’s Olivier Hanlan, Bowling Green’s Rican Holmes, Murray State’s Cameron Payne and Oregon’s Joseph Young.
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