PHOENIX — Three days ahead of the 2017 NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns held another pre-draft workout on the practice court at Talking Stick Resort Arena. It was their eighth one since Memorial Day and eighth that they have acknowledged publicly and opened up to the media. The six-player group, highlighted by early entry candidates Dillon Brooks of Oregon and Semi Ojeleye of SMU, featured projected second-round talent — though Ojeleye may sneak into the first round, according to some mock drafts.
PHOENIX — At the moment, the Phoenix Suns hold the No. 4 overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. It’s where they were slotted a year ago, and it marks the highest the Suns have been slotted in the five years Ryan McDonough has been the general manager. Might that change, however? There remains quite a bit of time between now and Thursday, when commissioner Adam Silver steps to the podium to announce the Philadelphia 76ers are on the clock.
PHOENIX — Publicly, the Phoenix Suns held a solo pre-draft workout with Gonzaga forward Zach Collins on Tuesday. Privately, they’ve worked out or entertained Duke’s Jayson Tatum and Florida State’s Jonathan Isaac in the past week and may, according to reports, be heading to Sacramento later this week to watch a workout involving Kansas’ Josh Jackson. All three are high-valued prospects and thus potential targets of the Suns, who own the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.
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Selecting a term
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