of Jazz They currently control the Nos. 9, 16 and 28 picks in the upcoming draft, although it’s far from certain they’ll land all three first-round picks. The leading ball handler is said to be high on their target list.
With that in mind, the Salt Lake Tribune’s Eric Walden (subscribe link) lists six prospects the Jazz could look for in their lottery pick, including the Arkansas guard. Anthony BlackKansas Wing Grady DecAnd UCF forward Taylor Hendrix. Walden said some of the players on his roster may not be available at No. 9.
Here’s more from the West:
- In a subscriber-only story for the Salt Lake Tribune, Walden examines eight prospects who fit the bill. Jazz Some players mentioned in number 16: Keyonte George (Baylor) Chris Murray (Iowa) and Jalen Hood-Schifino (Indiana)
- of Warriors They’re doing a draft workout featuring six prospects on Friday. Tweets The Athletic’s Anthony Slater. There are six of them. Julian Strawther (Gonzaga) Coleman Hawkins (Illinois), Trace Jackson-Davis (Indiana) Kendrick Davis (Memphis), Craig Porter Jr (Wichita State) and Caleb Daniels (Villanova) According to ESPN’s Top 100 Prospects list, Jackson-Davis (No. 33) is the team’s highest-ranked prospect, followed by Strauther (No. 55). Golden State currently holds the No. 19 pick in 2023.
- Clean wing Michal bridgesSold in Brooklyn the sun as a body Kevin Durant. Agreement, he recently said The Pivot Podcast Former head coach Monty Williams, is not to blame for Phoenix’s playoff struggles over the past two seasons. “He’s going to pass it.” said Bridges, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic. “Hell knows he’s a coach. He may know about the situation. Personally, I say Monty is not the problem, but who am I?Williams was fired after the season, Rankin said. “The problem is not Monty, but he will be great elsewhere” Bridges continued. “He’s going to get another chance and he’s going to be okay.He said.