DimeMag

Lonzo Ball And Malik Monk Aren’t On The List Of Prospects Participating In The NBA Combine


Getty Image

The 2017 NBA Draft isn’t until June 22, but some important dates for NBA prospects are upcoming. The first one is the NBA combine, which runs May 9-14 in Chicago. While those who aren’t coming to the combine have collected the most headlines, the NBA announced a full list of 67 players expected to attend the four-day event.

For those that make the trip to Chicago, they’ll go through full five-on-five games as well as some strength and agility drills.

Notably missing from the list is Lonzo Ball, who already said he will not attend the combine. Kentucky’s Malik Monk is also missing from the list, but three other Kentucky wildcats — including De’Aaron Fox — will attend.

Here’s the list in alphabetical order.

Player (Shool/Team)
Edrice “Bam” Adebayo (Kentucky)
Rawle Alkins (Arizona)
Jarrett Allen, (Texas)
Kadeem Allen (Arizona)
Ike Anigbogu (UCLA)
OG Anunoby (Indiana)
Jamel Artis (Pittsburgh)
Dwyane Bacon (Florida State)
V.J. Beachem (Notre Dame)
Jordan Bell (Oregon)
Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson)
Chris Boucher (Oregon)
Tony Bradley (North Carolina)
Isaiah Briscoe (Kentucky)
Dillon Brooks (Oregon)
Thomas Bryant (Indiana)

John Collins (Wake Forest)
Zach Collins (Gonzaga)
Diallo, Hamidou Kentucky
Tyler Dorsey (Oregon)
Damyean Dotson (Houston)
PJ Dozier (South Carolina)
Jawun Evans (Oklahoma State)
Terrance Ferguson (Adelaide, AUS)
Da-Aaron Fox (Kentucky)
Markelle Fultz (Washington)
Harry Giles (Duke)
Josh Hart (Villanova)
Nigel Hayes (Wisconsin)
Isaiah Hicks (North Carolina)
Wesley Iwundu (Kansas State)
Jackson, Frank Duke
Jackson, Justin North Carolina
Jackson, Justin Maryland
Jeanne, Jonathan Nancy (France)
Peter Jok (Iowa)
Andrew Jones (Texas)
Luke Kennard (Duke)
Kyle Kuzma (Utah)
TJ Leaf (UCLA)
Tyler Lydon (Syracuse)
Frank Mason III (Kansas)
Kennedy Meeks (North Carolina)
Eric Mika (BYU)
Donovan Mitchell (Louisville)
Monte Morris (Iowa State)
Jonathan Motley (Baylor)
Svi Mykhailiuk (Kansas)

Semi Ojeleye (SMU)
Cameron Oliver (Nevada)
Justin Patton (Creighton)
Alec Peters (Valparaiso)
Ivan Rabb (California)
Davon Reed (Miami, FL)
Devin Robinson (Florida)
Kobi Simmons (Arizona)
Edmond Sumner (Xavier)
Caleb Swanigan (Purdue)
Sindarius Thornwell (South Carolina)
Melo Trimble (Maryland)
Moritz Wagner (Michigan)
Derrick Walton Jr. (Michigan)
Thomas Welsh (UCLA)
Derrick White (Colorado)
Nigel Williams-Goss (Gonzaga)
D.J. Wilson (Michigan)
Omer Yurtseven (North Carolina St.)

×