Chicago roundup and news at No. 2
CHICAGO -- The NBA draft combine kept going over the weekend with drills, athletic testing and team interviews on Friday, followed by medical examinations on Saturday. While the on-court drills may have been, in and of themselves, meaningless, they did offer a rare opportunity to see all of the players in the draft up close on the same floor.
ESPN had exclusive access to the gym for the eight hours of the combine and we were in the hotel lobby talking to teams, players and agents for most of the afternoon and evening. Here's what I learned.
Wall vs. Turner, One-on-One
To read about the one-on-one game between Wall and Turner, Chad Ford's take on two of the draft's biggest question marks and players who helped themselves in Chicago, you must be an ESPN Insider.