The Portland Trail Blazers brought in some big names for their fourth day of pre-draft workouts, including Kentucky big man Edrice “Bam” Adebayo and Adelaide forward Terrance Ferguson. Both are expected to be available in the mid-late first round, where the Blazers will make their second (20) and third (26) selections on draft day.
Other participants in Saturday’s workout included Oregon’s Dillon Brooks, Florida State’s Dwayne Bacon, Maryland’s Melo Trimble, and Wisconsin’s Nigel Hayes.
Quite the lineup we've got this morning. pic.twitter.com/8oS7dcJxjt— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) June 10, 2017
Adebayo was in attendance for Friday’s workouts as well, but did not participate in the drills. Here is what local media had to show for today’s prospects on Twitter:
Bam Adebayo, 6’10” PF, Kentucky
Kentucky's Bam Adebayo finished with today's workout. pic.twitter.com/XdwCoTzzGj— David MacKay (@DavidMacKayNBA) June 10, 2017
Bam Adebayo willing to do anything asked of him pic.twitter.com/wuFociuHgn— CSN Northwest (@CSNNW) June 10, 2017
Terrance Ferguson, 6’7” SG, Adelaide 36ers
Terrance Ferguson offers Trail Blazers intriguing '3 and D' option in NBA draft https://t.co/Er7SugVpHO— Oregonian Sports (@OregonianSports) June 10, 2017
Terrance Ferguson's balloon tattoo. A reminder to let problem's drift up for the man above to take care of. pic.twitter.com/FOnRIyGLLR— David MacKay (@DavidMacKayNBA) June 10, 2017
Dillon Brooks, 6’5” SF, Oregon
From the Combine: Dillon Brooks' elevator pitch to NBA teams— CSN Northwest (@CSNNW) June 10, 2017
Dwayne Bacon, 6’7” SG/SF, Florida State
Dillon Brooks has worked out for 10 teams. The player who has impressed him the most? Florida State's Dwayne Bacon.— Jason Quick (@jwquick) June 10, 2017
Melo Trimble, 6’3” PG, Maryland
Also, if anyone out there is looking to perfect their shot mechanics, take notes from Melo Trimble. His jumper is seriously beautiful. pic.twitter.com/qHmEfJuuOI— David MacKay (@DavidMacKayNBA) June 10, 2017
Nigel Hayes, 6’8” PF, Wisconsin
Outside of Ferguson, who played professionally in Australia, each player that worked out on Saturday was a star during their time in college.
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