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Pacers Working Out Robert Johnson For NBA Draft

On Wednesday, the Pacers will hold their 4th NBA Draft workout. Who will be coming to Indianapolis?

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INDIANAPOLIS – Some local flavor is back for the Pacers’ 4th NBA Draft workout.

Wednesday’s workout will include Indiana senior guard Robert Johnson, who is not expected to be drafted at next Thursday’s NBA Draft.

Here are the following players working out for the Pacers on Wednesday:

F-Jordan Barnett (Missouri, senior)

G-Marcus Foster (Creighton, senior)

G-Robert Johnson (Indiana, senior)

F-Jae’Sean Tate (Ohio State, senior)

G-Quentin Snider (Louisville, senior)

G/F-Yuta Watanabe (George Washington, senior)

This workout doesn’t include many prospects who are projected go in Round One next week.

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 look at the full list of prospects the Pacers have already worked out in 2018.


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