NBA Draft Attendees Reportedly Expected to Be Exclusively College Prospects

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National Basketball Association draft hopeful Michale Porter Jr canceled a second group workout in Chicago set for Friday, due to whats being described as severe muscle spasms.

Porter was scheduled to hold a workout for teams Friday in the city, but canceled it because of a strained hip.

Before his college career began, Porter was largely considered the top prospect for the draft but that was before he lost almost his entire freshman season to injuries.

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Porter could go anywhere from second to ninth, if various mock drafts are to be believed.

The Knicks, along with the Kings and several other teams, were planning on attending.

Porter dropping to the late lottery would be a noteworthy turn of events for a player rated so highly in his high school class.

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Porter underwent back surgery in his first and only collegiate season, but has said "There's no risk to reinjure it".

Here are the latest news and rumors about the 2018 National Basketball Association draft. Citing sources, ESPN reports that Porter couldn't even get out of bed because of muscle spasms. He was cleared to play just two weeks before his June 8 pro day. Teams will be on hand for medical evaluations Friday afternoon. While he reportedly felt only about 50 percent physically, he had a very impressive showing, according to multiple teams in attendance, shooting the ball exceptionally well.

The one name missing: Luka Doncic.

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