I believe this is the link to watch the G League Elite Camp games today. JD Notae is set to play in Game 2. As of 12:45, Game 1 is in the second half:
JD’s game will start around 2 p.m. Central.
JD didn’t have a good day
Some context to Notae’s final numbers:
wow, that is a bad day. hope he bounces back from that
The G-League camp is just 2 day’s isn’t it? If so, I guess the 9 or so players that will be picked to go on to the NBA combine, should be known tonight or tomorrow?
JD Notae’s testing results and some notes:
Body fat: 3.65%
Note: Third-lowest among camp participants behind Howard’s Kyle Foster (3.30) and Texas Southern’s Brison Gresham (3.45).
Hand length: 8.5 inches
Note: Tied for second-longest among point guards and shooting guards. Houston’s Marcus Sasser measured at 8.75 inches.
Hand width: 9.75 inches
Note: Kentucky guard Kellan Grady topped all guards at 10.25 inches.
Weight: 180 pounds
Note: Notae was listed at 190 pounds on the Razorbacks’ official 2021-22 roster.
Height with shoes: 6-2 1/4
Note: Notae was listed at 6-2 on Arkansas’ roster last season.
Height without shoes: 6-1
Standing reach: 8-1 1/2
Wingspan: 6-6 1/4
Note: Arms measured four inches greater than his listed height.
Strength and agility testing
Lane shuttle left: 3.14 seconds
Note: Foster registered the best time among point guards and shooting guards at 3.003 seconds.
Lane shuttle right: 3.25
Note: Of the six point guards who were timed in the shuttle moving both left and right, five clocked a slower time moving right.
Three-quarter court sprint: 3.20 seconds
Note: Finished with the eighth-best time and third among point guards. Oral Roberts guard Max Abmas was No. 1 at 3.06 seconds.
Max vertical jump: 39 inches
Note: Tied for the third-best figure. Abmas was No. 1 at 40 inches. According to the Razorbacks’ game notes, Notae’s max vertical at Arkansas was 42 inches.
Standing vertical: 31.5 inches
Note: Finished with the No. 4 overall mark. Texas A&M’s Quenton Jackson was No. 3 at 32 inches, and Jamaree Bouyea of San Francisco was first at 32.5 inches. According to the Razorbacks’ game notes, Notae’s standing vertical was 33 inches at Arkansas.
The players who got a call up to the NBA Combine from the G League Elite Camp, per Jonathan Givony of ESPN:
Marcus Sasser (Houston), Bryson Williams (Texas Tech), Jared Rhoden (Seton Hall), Jalen Wilson (Kansas), Tyrese Martin (UConn), Kenneth Lofton (Louisiana Tech) and Darius Days (LSU)
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