Sydney-born guard Josh Green will participate in the 2020 NBA Draft Combine alongside top three draft prospect and former Illawarra Hawk, LaMelo Ball.
Ball may be hogging the headlines as a genuine top three pick in November’s draft, but Australian’s own Green is also on a path to greatness.
The 19-year-old declared for the NBA draft back in April after his freshman season with the Arizona Wildcats was cut short in the Pac-12 tournament with a fifth-place finish.
In a recent mock draft, Green was selected at 21 by Philadelphia which would link him with fellow Australian Ben Simmons.
He averaged 12.0 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 1.5 steals per game for the Wildcats in the 2019-20 season.
The former King’s School student is projected to be a late first to early second round draft selection.
Sydney’s Josh Green has been invited to participate in the NBA Draft Combine as preparation for November’s draft. Photo: Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images.Source:Getty Images
In the meantime, Green will receive the perfect chance to hone his skills at the NBA Draft Combine from September 28 to October 16.
Draft prospects will get the opportunity to participate in league and team interviews, conducted via videoconference.
Players will also take part in an individual on-court program consisting of strength and agility testing, anthropometric measurements, shooting drills and a “Pro Day” video, all conducted in October at the NBA team facility nearest to a player’s home or interim residence.
Medical testing and examinations will be performed by NBA-affiliated physicians in the same market.
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