Today, the Denver Nuggets worked out Garry Harris from Michigan State, and Jabari Brown from Missouri. Both players appear to be on the Nuggets radar, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they take both of them. While the players will likely be selected in different rounds, they could both come onto the Nuggets and make an immediate impact.
The players went through a series of drills today such as jump shooting, free throw shooting, dribbling, and much more. While the Nuggets probably already have a grasp on what each player is like, they wanted to run them through just a few more basic drills. Gary Harris is looking more and more likely for the Nuggets at #11. If he is not picked before then, it will be difficult for them to pass up on him. He is the best fit for Denver, and he could come in as the teams 6th man right away.
As for Jabari Brown, he is more likely to go in the second round. He is not expected to be drafted by any team in the first, but you never know. Last season at Missouri he averaged 19 points per game. Brown would add some fire-power to the Nuggets bench, and they would be thrilled to land him in the second.
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