Stillwater wrote:gflem wrote:Stillwater wrote:https://www.yardbarker.com/nba/articles/nba_draft_prospects_can_start_making_team_visits_on_friday/s1_14822_33075953?utm_source=msn%2Ecom&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=rl_msn&utm_content=rl_msn_33076241
In a typical year, teams will bring in dozens of prospects, usually 4-8 at a time.
Not this time.
Thats a lot of restrictions. It will be telling which teams bring in which players in regard to who they are interested in. Personally, I think it is too restrictive if what is written is true.
its already a problem imo because it wont be like Altman can just run out to LA to see a Garland workout either. Maybe there is a loophole but unlikely. At least the Cavs will get somebody who wants to play for the Cavs since they are likely ltd to in person workouts of those with said interest showing up at the cavs bubble site 10 is a really low number too imo
To the bolded, that actually may have been helpful for us last year. I think it makes the draft even harder to figure out after the first ten picks or so.