Over the last few weeks, we have chronicled a few NBA Draft prospects that have injury questions. We have tried to determine if there is anything we can glean about their NBA futures from their injuries.
With the draft now rapidly approaching, I wanted to conclude our NBA Draft Injury Series by briefly hitting on three prospects with varying levels of ability that are expected to go in the draft Thursday night: fast-rising Miami guard Lonnie Walker, energetic Arizona guard Rawle Alkins, and former five-star Kentucky recruit Jarred Vanderbilt.
To read up on the prospects we have already reviewed, click the following links:
The NBA Combine has wrapped up and the deadline for declaring for the draft has passed as well. Teams are bringing in prospects for personal workouts and formulating their draft boards. Of course, medicals play a huge part in their evaluations.
In honor of that, we are looking at 2018 NBA Draft prospects and trying to determine if we can glean anything about their future based on their respective injury red flags.
The draft is June 21.
For our analysis of Michael Porter Jr., click here.