NBA Draft Combine: 5-on-5 Lineups

T.J. McConnell is one of 36 players who will put their talents on display for NBA scouts and executives in 5-on-5 games at the NBA Draft Combine on Thursday.
T.J. McConnell is one of 36 players who will put their talents on display for NBA scouts and executives in 5-on-5 games at the NBA Draft Combine on Thursday.

The NBA Draft Lottery is less than a week away, which means that the NBA Draft itself is quickly approaching.

Over the course of the week, the NBA Draft Combine has been taking place in Chicago, IL. An extensive list of NBA-hopefuls have been going through various tests and skill challenges as they look to make an impression with an NBA team.

One of the best ways to see a player’s on-court talent is on the court in 5-on-5 games. This allows scouts and executives to see how different players stack up against top-tier NCAA competition, and get a first-hand look at how they perform in games.

On Thursday, the NBA Draft Combine will see four teams of 9 players take part in 5-on-5 games over the course of the day.

Below, you can find the lineups of all four teams. From top to bottom, all of the teams are decorated with talented players looking to leave their mark in the minds of NBA scouts and executives. The goal is to hear their name called on draft day, and this event is the perfect may to better one’s chances.

Team One

Brandon Ashley – Arizona
Ryan Boatright – Connecticut
Anthony Brown – Stanford
Rakeem Christmas – Syracuse
George de Paula – Brazil
Olivier Hanlan – Boston College
Corey Hawkins – UC Davis
J.P. Tokoto – North Carolina
Aaron White – Iowa

Team Two

Pat Connaughton – Notre Dame
Quinn Cook – Duke
Treveon Graham – VCU
Richaun Holmes – Bowling Green
Mouhammadou Jaiteh – France
Larry Nance, Jr – Wyoming
Terran Petteway – Nebraska
Terry Rozier – Louisville
Dez Wells – Maryland

Team Three

Branden Dawson – Michigan State
Michael Frazier II – Florida
Aaron Harrison – Kentucky
Jordan Mickey – LSU
Michael Qualls – Arkansas
Keifer Sykes – Green Bay
TaShawn Thomas – Oklahoma
Marcus Thornton – William & Mary
Joseph Young – Oregon

Team Four

Andrew Harrison – Kentucky
Tyler Harvey – Eastern Washington
Jonathan Holmes – Texas
Vince Hunter – UTEP
T.J. McConnell – Arizona
Norman Powell – UCLA
Chasson Randle – Stanford
Chris Walker  – Florida
Alan Williams – UC Santa Barbara

– T.B.