Top prospect Lonzo Ball has told the NBA that he intends to skip the Draft Combine and other top prospects are expected to join ship, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania.
Sources: Possible top pick Lonzo Ball formally informed NBA today he will skip the Draft Combine. Several top prospects expected to do same.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) April 29, 2017
Players are under no obligation to appear at the NBA Combine, which begins May 9 and ends on May 14. Many top players over the years have decided to skip the combine so it's no surprise Ball and others are expected to do the same.
Ball averaged 14.7 points and an NCAA-best 7.6 assists in his freshman season with the UCLA Bruins.