Utah Jazz: Six more players will work out for Jazz on Thursday
SALT LAKE CITY — NBA Draft junkies and curious Utah Jazz fans would probably love to be flies on the wall at Zions Bank Basketball Center on Thursday.
The Jazz will privately work out a group of top prospects, including a handful of players projected to be taken in the first round later this month.
The scheduled participants will include several big guys linked with the Jazz's No. 9 pick by national experts, including Kansas center Cole Aldrich, Baylor's Ekpe Udoh, Marshall's Hassan Whiteside and Iowa State's Craig Brackins.
Two well-known guards will also work out for Utah — Texas' Avery Bradley and Duke's Jon Scheyer.
The Jazz also had six players in for a session Wednesday, including forwards Patrick Patterson (Kentucky), Gani Lawal (Georgia Tech), Ryan Richards (England), Larry Sanders (VCU) along with guards Jerome Randle (California) and Utah native Jared Quayle of Utah State.
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