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NBA Draft Combine Open Thread

Come talk wingspan, verticals and five-on-five testing of all the #FutureSixers in the NBA Draft Combine at Chicago's Quest Multisport Complex.

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Do you think every college and international basketball player is a #FutureSixer? Do you hum the Draft Express scouting music when you're taking a shower? Then the NBA Draft Combine is for you!

What: NBA Draft Combine

Where: Quest Multisport Complex, Chicago, Ill.

When: Today and tomorrow, 3-7 p.m.

How to watch: ESPN2/WatchESPN

The entire list of prospects that are at the combine to do athletic testing and interview with teams is below:

Here's a list of the teams of NBA draft hopefuls that will be participating in five-on-five play, the first time the combine is having it since 2009, both today and tomorrow, per Chad Ford:

Brandon Ashley, F, Arizona Pat Connaughton, G/F, Notre Dame
Ryan Boatright, PG, UConn Quinn Cook, PG, Duke
Anthony Brown, G/F, Stanford Treveon Graham, SG, VCU
Rakeem Christmas, F/C, Syracuse Richaun Holmes, F, Bowling Green
George de Paula, G, Brazil Mouhammadou Jaiteh, F/C, France
Olivier Hanlan, G, Boston College Larry Nance Jr., F, Wyoming
Corey Hawkins, SG, UC Davis Terran Petteway, G/F, Nebraska
J.P. Tokoto, SF, UNC Terry Rozier, G, Louisville
Aaron White, F, Iowa Dez Wells, SG, Maryland
Branden Dawson, F, Michigan State TJ McConnell, PG, Arizona
Michael Frazier II, SG, Florida Andrew Harrison, G, Kentucky
Aaron Harrison, SG, Kentucky Tyler Harvey, G, Eastern Washington
Jordan Mickey, F/C, LSU Jonathan Holmes, F, Texas
Michael Qualls, SG, Arkansas Vince Hunter, F, UTEP
Keifer Sykes, PG, Green Bay Norman Powell, SG, UCLA
TaShawn Thomas, PF, Oklahoma Chasson Randle, G, Stanford
Marcus Thornton, SG, William and Mary Chris Walker, F, Florida
Joseph Young, G, Oregon Alan Williams, F/C, UCSB

While there aren't any lottery picks in there, there are certainly players who could go late in the first round or early in the second, where the Sixers have five different selections at #35, #37, #47, #58 and #60.

The most intriguing prospects in there for me are Brazils' George Lucas de Paula, who'll surely be nicknamed Chewbacca if he ever comes to the NBA and measured as a 6'5.5" point guard with a 7'0" wingspan this week, and UTEP's Vince Hunter, an undersized power forward who had a defensive rebounding rate of 25.9% as a sophomore this season.

The Harrison twins are also playing on separate teams! Will they be able to cope being alone? Does anyone know which Harrison is which? I'm still unsure even two years after Kentucky.

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