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Five players who helped their stock, five who didn't at NBA Draft Combine

Saginaw's Brian Bowen talks to the media on Friday at the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago about putting his controversial past behind him.

Chicago — Five players whose stock went up this week at the NBA Draft Combine, and five others who went down:


u25ba 1. Isaiah Roby, Nebraska: ESPN might have something against new Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg, as analysts such as Mike Schmitz and Jay Bilas heaped praise on Roby. Coupled with a great performance in Chicago, the forward could climb into the first round, meaning he’s all but assured to be leaving Lincoln for the draft.