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The NBA has released its official 2016 NBA Draft Combine list. Among the more notable names in attendance will be Brandon Ingram (No. 2 on the CBS Sports Big Board), Kris Dunn (No. 4), Jaylen Brown (No. 5) and Jamal Murray (No. 6).
Philadelphia, despite the worst record in the NBA, fell to No. 4 and picked Kentucky SG Jamal Murray in this iteration of Gary Parrish's mock draft.
If the balls bounce the right way and the Pelicans move to No. 3, they could take Providence's Kris Dunn.
More than 100 underclassmen have declared for the NBA Draft. However, some players decided to return. Here are the three names to know for the 2016-17 college basketball season and the '17 draft.
Among guys who are/will be coming back and will still have a very good shot at being a first-round pick come 2017, Beachem is near the top of that list.
North Carolina forward Brice Johnson was one of the faces of college basketball this season. How does his game translate to the NBA? Let's take a deep dive.
Cal's Jaylen Brown is a likely lottery pick in the upcoming 2016 NBA Draft. What does he do well, and what does he need to work on? Here's a quick briefer.
PF Ivan Rabb returning to Cal for his sophomore year impacts Gary Parrish's latest mock draft, as one player entered the lottery, another climbed into the top 15 and a few others made jumps.
CBS Sports NBA Draft Expert Sam Vecenie ranks every player from the 2016 NBA Draft early entry list, which is now official.
Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram are still Nos. 1-2 while Michigan State PF Deyonta Davis is now a lottery pick after being taken by the Suns at No. 13 in Sam Vecenie's latest mock draft.