SALT LAKE CITY — In most years, the Utah Jazz hold their final predraft workout the weekend before the big day.
With the draft set for next Thursday, the Jazz on Saturday held two separate workouts, bringing the total to nearly 80 players who have auditioned since the first one was held on May 4.
Saturday’s group had a variety of players from a draft positioning perspective, as there were a couple of likely first-round picks as well as some others who likely won’t get selected at all, but who provided some interesting storylines.
Here are three of the key storylines from the day:
The top prospects
Of those at Saturday’s audition, three are widely seen as potential first-round picks: Arizona State guard Luguentz Dort, Iowa State guard Talen Horton-Tucker and Maryland big man Bruno Fernando (Utah owns the 23rd overall pick in the first round).