Atlantic Draft Workouts: Sixers, Knicks, Nets

The Sixers will bring some potential late-first round prospects on Saturday, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Tennessee power forward Grant Williams, ranked No. 30 overall by ESPN’s Jonathan Givony, and Villanova power forward Eric Paschall (No. 31) will visit, as well as Oregon forward Louis King (No. 51). They’ll be joined by Justin Robinson (Virginia Tech), V.J. King (Louisville) and Phil Booth (Villanova). The Sixers have the No. 24 pick in the first round and three early second-rounders (Nos. 33, 34 and 42).

We have more draft news regarding Atlantic Division teams:

  • The Sixers also worked out six prospects on Friday, Pompey tweets. That group included big man Christ Koumadje (Florida State) and Josh Sharma (Stanford) and guards Adam Mokoka (Serbian League), Zach Norvell Jr. (Gonzaga), Justin Simon (St. John’s) and Bryce Brown (Auburn).
  • Wofford 3-point specialist Fletcher Magee worked out for the Knicks on Friday, Adam Zagoria of the New York Times tweets. Louisville’s V.J. King also visited, Ian Begley of SNY TV tweets. St. John’s Justin Simon will also work out for the Knicks next Friday, Zagoria reports in another tweet.
  • Auburn’s Bryce Brown worked out for the Nets on Thursday, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington tweets.
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3 thoughts on “Atlantic Draft Workouts: Sixers, Knicks, Nets

  1. Doesn’t matter who the Knicks draft or sign this offseason, it will still be an unmitigated disaster. Ol’ Horse Teeth Dolan will find a way to screw it up.

  2. hoosierhysteria

    The new front office deserves some time but they will have to grind it out. Free agents can’t trust Dolan. Kyrie to nets. KD stays. Leonard stays or clippers. Knicks strike out. Maybe Kemba…Jordan won’t give him max. So Knicks have to draft/develop/coach….that’s your job. There’s another Van Fleet or Siakim out there but you will have to get out of NYC and go to Wichita or New Mexico!!!

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