吉林时时彩票开奖结果 www.vuwbm.icu NBA prospect Terence Davis recently had a workout with the Golden State Warriors, according to a person with knowledge of the schedule.
The person told USA TODAY Sports Media Group’s Warriors Wire on the condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly on this matter. Davis had previously worked out with the Atlanta Hawks and the Boston Celtics.
Golden State has the No. 28 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft and he is expected to schedule more workouts for teams picking between No. 20 and No. 40 in the draft. The dates are not finalized but the Phoenix Suns and the Philadelphia 76ers, who have picks in this range, are expected to meet with Davis.
Here is what he said earlier this month about the feedback he has received from NBA teams (via HoopsHype):
“A lot of teams like how hard I play and how much energy I bring to the game. One of the executives told me that I impact the game in so many ways on the court that are impossible to teach. When I’m on defense, I know I am able to switch one-to-four because of my physicality. I was a football player coming out of high school. I know teams like my toughness.”
During the regular season, Davis earned All-SEC Second-Team honors. He finished Top 10 among all players his conference for the most steals, assists, three-pointers as well as points per game in the SEC. He has an impressive jump shot as well as an efficient game when attacking in transition.
After earning All-Tournament honors with 19.4 points and 6.9 rebounds per 36 minutes at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament for seniors, the guard has seen his draft stock skyrocket.
The former high school wide receiver received invitations to the G League Elite Camp, where he was then voted by league executives to attend the NBA Combine. During the two scrimmages at the NBA Combine, Davis was 12-for-21 (57.1 percent) from the field and averaged 24.5 points per 36 minutes in his two 5×5 scrimmages.
Perhaps most impressive is that his hands (10.75 inches) measured as the widest of any guard at the combine since 2010. For comparison, that is just half an inch less than what Kawhi Leonard recorded in 2011.