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NBA Draft Combine 2019: Measurements and testing results

NBA Draft Combine 2019: Measurements and testing results

It's a busy week for the NBA in the Windy City. Tuesday featured all of the madness and excitement that was the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery, and after that concluded, we move to the 2019 NBA Combine, taking place Wednesday to Friday.

Before the official event starts off, some of the game's top prospects have opted to hit the ground running and get their measurables done a day early, and get a jump on the competition awaiting them over the next 48 hours. 

Here are the draft combine measurement results for 2019.

This list will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.

2019 NBA Draft Combine Measurement Results

Bol Bol, C, Oregon: Height: 7'2 1/4 w/ shoes || Weight: 208 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'7 || Standing Reach: 9'7 1/2 || Body Fat %: 7.1

Brandon Clarke, F, Gonzaga: Height: 6'8 1/4 w/ shoes || Weight: 207 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'8 1/4 || Standing Reach: 8'7 || Body Fat %: 5.1

Jarrett Culver, G, Texas Tech: Height: 6'6 3/4 w/ shoes || Weight: 194 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'9 1/2 || Standing Reach: 8'4 1/2 || Body Fat %: 5.0

Tacko Fall, C, UCF: Height: 7'5 1/4 w/o shoes. 7'7 w/ shoes || Weight: 289 lbs. || Wingspan: 8'2 1/4 || Standing Reach: 10'2 1/2 || Body Fat %: 6.8

Jaxson Hayes, F, Texas: Height: 6'11 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 219 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'3 1/2  || Standing Reach: 9'2 1/2 || Body Fat %: 5.0

Romeo Langford, G, Indiana: Height: 6'6 w/ shoes || Weight: N/A || Wingspan: 6'11 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: N/A

Kevin Porter, G, USC: Height: 6'5 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 213 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'10 || Standing Reach: 8'7 || Body Fat %: 5.1

Cam Reddish, F, Duke: Height: 6'8 w/ shoes || Weight: 208 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'0 1/2 || Standing Reach: 8'9 1/2 || Body Fat %: 4.7

Coby White, G, North Carolina: Height: 6'4 3/4 w/ shoes || Weight: 191 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'5 || Standing Reach: 8'1 1/2 || Body Fat %: 4.3

Nickeil Alexander-Walker, G, Virginia Tech: Height: 6'5 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 203 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'9 1/2|| Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 5.9

Carsen Edwards, G, Purdue: Height: 6'4 3/4 w/ shoes || Weight: 199 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'6 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 5.5

Bruno Fernando, C, Maryland: Height: 6'10 1/4 w/ shoes || Weight: 237 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'3 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 5.4

Daniel Gafford, F, Arkansas: Height: 6'10 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 237 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'2 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 5.9

Tyler Herro, G, Kentucky: Height: 6'6 w/ shoes || Weight: 192 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'3 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 7.1

Talen Horton-Tucker, G, Iowa State: Height: 6'4  w/ shoes || Weight: 235 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'1 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 8.4

Ty Jerome  G, Virginia: Height: 6'5 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 194 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'4 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 6.5

Cameron Johnson, F, North Carolina: Height: 6'8 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 205 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'10 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 5.8

Keldon Johnson, G, Kentucky: Height: 6'6 w/ shoes || Weight: 216 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'9 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 5.6

Nassir Little, F, North Carolina: Height: 6'6 w/ shoes || Weight: 224 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'1 || Standing Reach: N/A 1/2 || Body Fat %: 5.9

KZ Okpala, F, Stanford: Height: 6'9 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 209 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'1 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 4.6

P.J. Washington, F, Kentucky: Height: 6'8 w/ shoes || Weight: 230 lbs. || Wingspan: 7'25 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 8.6

Grant Williams, F, Tennessee: Height: 6'7 1/2 w/ shoes || Weight: 240 lbs. || Wingspan: 6'9 || Standing Reach: N/A || Body Fat %: 5.4

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Trae Young joins Kobe Bryant in historic feat against Wizards

Trae Young joins Kobe Bryant in historic feat against Wizards

Following the passing of NBA legend Kobe Bryant on Sunday, emotions were high. 

Many current and former players paid tribute to Bryant, including Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young, who dominated in the Hawks 152-133 win over the Wizards. 

He ended the night with a spectacular performance of 45 points, with 14 assists, making 13-of-24 FGs and 13-of-16 free throws as well as six 3-pointers, six rebounds and one assist. 

Young is the first player to have a 45-point double-double with under 25 field goal attempts against the Washington Wizards, since Kobe Bryant on December 17, 2006.

In honor of his mentor and favorite NBA player, Young wore a No. 8 jersey and took an 8-second-violation after the opening tip. 

He even wore his shoes with a tribute to Bryant as well. 

Young was able to channel his emotions into the game, leaving everything on the floor.

In an emotional night, Young was able to keep himself composed leading the Hawks past the Wizards. 

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Isaiah Thomas: NBA should have canceled games after Kobe Bryant's death

Isaiah Thomas: NBA should have canceled games after Kobe Bryant's death

The news of Kobe Bryant's death shook the sports world to its core, and while there were NBA games scheduled throughout Sunday, some felt the league should have canceled the games in light of the tragic news. 

Isaiah Thomas was one of them. 

"It's hard to even talk about it," Thomas said. "The NBA should have just canceled all the games because that put a dent in everybody's life that he's touched."

Thomas looked up to Bryant, admired him from afar and found his love for the game of basketball because of Bryant's greatness. Spending 20 years as a Laker, Bryant won five championships, an MVP and two Finals MVP awards to go along with 15 All-NBA selections and 18 trips to the All-Star game. 

For Thomas, his relationship with Bryant started to grow when he broke out as an All-Star in Boston. When Thomas suffered the tragic loss of his sister, they grew closer. After his hip injury that cost Thomas over a year of his career, Bryant supported him throughout. 

"I started basketball because of Kobe Bryant," he said. "2017, I lose my sister, 2019 I lose one of my best friends in Nipsey Hussle, and then to lose a mentor of mine, like, that's bigger than basketball, that [expletive] hurts.

"He was one of the people that was there for me and in my corner," he said. "And then I got injured, he was one of those guys that was there for me the whole time, helping me through mentally."

The NBA had a difficult decision to make on whether or not to cancel games since there were two games already in progress.

But before, during and after the game, everyone's thoughts were with Bryant and his family and not on a basketball game. Because as Thomas said, it's bigger than basketball. 

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