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Who Have The Pacers Worked Out Ahead Of The 2018 NBA Draft?

With the Pacers scheduled to have their 3rd draft workout on Monday, let’s take a look at the prospects that have worked out for the team so far.

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INDIANAPOLIS – After a quiet start to June with draft workouts, the Pacers have ramped up their activity in recent days.

This year’s draft will take place a week of Thursday. On Monday, the Pacers held their 3rd workout after having two workouts late last week.

Including Monday’s workout, here is who the Pacers have worked out this month:

G-Jaylen Adams (St. Bonaventure, senior)

F-Keita Bates-Diop (Ohio State, senior)

G-Bruce Brown, Jr. (Miami, sophomore)

F-Gary Clark (Cincinnati, senior)

F-A.J. Davis (Central Florida, senior)

G-Donte DiVincenzo (Villanova, junior)

G-Marcus Foster (Creighton, senior)

G-Devon Hall (Virginia, senior)

F-Alize Johnson (Missouri State, senior)

F-Nick King (Middle Tennessee State, senior)

F-Yante Maten (Georgia, senior)

F/C-Brandon McCoy (UNLV, freshman)

G-Shake Milton (SMU, junior)

G/F-Dzanan Musa (Bosnia, no college)

G-Landry Shamet (Wichita State, junior)

C-Thomas Welsh (UCLA, senior)

F-Tyler Wideman (Butler, senior)

The Pacers currently have the No. 23 and No. 50 picks in this year’s draft, which will take place on Thursday, June 21 in Brooklyn.

Even though the Pacers have a pick in each round, do not rule out a trade for them. The Pacers are one of the few teams heading into the draft with some cap space available.

Here is a Mock Draft look of what pundits think the Pacers will do at pick No. 23.

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