- Chad Ford, Senior Writer, NBA Insider
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Another NBA pre-draft camp has come and gone without any clear first-rounders emerging from the pack.
In fact, the 62 participants in Friday's games were largely ignored once the NBA began working out many of the lottery prospects on another court at the other end of the arena.
Roughly 20 to 30 people watched the second and third games of the day while hundreds crowded at the other end to get a look at all the guys who skipped the five-on-five part of the event.
On the second level, prospects were tested on strength, vertical jumps, shuttle drills and sprints. They were also measured and weighed. Down below, 18 of the best prospects integrated with the other 62 prospects to run four-man weaves, shooting drills and post work.
After the third full day of games and workouts at the NBA's predraft camp, Chad Ford takes stock.