CHICAGO (AP) — The Latest on the NBA draft combine (all times local):
Though he is thrilled for Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett, Cam Reddish acknowledges he has a bit a chip on his shoulder.
That’s because the talented forward from Duke figures to wait a little longer than his teammates to hear his name called in next month’s NBA draft. While Williamson appears headed to New Orleans with the No. 1 pick and New York is a potential landing spot for Barrett at No. 3, Reddish’s future is more uncertain.
When asked if he has a chip on his shoulder, Reddish said Thursday at the NBA combine, “Sure. Yeah. Absolutely.” He added, “I’m definitely looking forward to what’s to come.”
Reddish put up solid — not eye-popping — numbers, averaging 13.5 points while shooting 35.6%. He made 33.3% of his 3-pointers.
He hopes his experience sharing the spotlight with Williamson and Barrett opens some NBA eyes.
Play started at the NBA draft combine Thursday in Chicago, and as always, the attendance list is a who’s-who of big names within the NBA game.
Miami coach Erik Spoelstra and Dallas coach Rick…