CHICAGO (AP) — The NBA has picked 11 players, including Syracuse's Oshae Brissett, from the G League Elite Camp to stay for the NBA draft combine that starts Thursday.
Along with Brissett, those invited to stay were UCF's Tacko Fall, Florida State's Terance Mann, Miami's Dewan Hernandez, Nevada's Cody Martin, Tulsa's DaQuan Jeffries, Auburn's Jared Harper, Iowa's Tyler Cook, Iowa State's Marial Shayok, Mississippi State's Reggie Perry and Ole Miss' Terence Davis.
They were chosen through a polling of NBA executives who viewed a total of 40 draft-eligible players who took part in the G League camp Monday and Tuesday.
Their additions bring the total number of invitees to the combine to 77. It's not clear how many will actually participate in on-court drills, testing and games during the event.
Syracuse's Tyus Battle, North Carolina's Luke Maye (who was slowed by an ankle issue) and Campbell's Chris Clemons — the 5-foot-9 guard who averaged 30 points as a college senior and finished his four years with 3,225 points — were not among the players invited back after participating in the G League event.