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    Kansas shooting guard Ben McLemore also posted top-notch numbers, including a 32-and-a-half-inch standing vertical and a 42-inch max vertical. Both players fared well in the sprints and agility drills, too. They are currently projected to be top-10 picks in the upcoming draft.The
    NBA 2K18 MT Coins raw athletic numbers still aren't the end-all-be-all in the draft process, of course, as some of the best athletes at the combine have failed in the NBA due to holes in their game.

    42-inch vertical for Victor Oladipo. Others w/42 or better, via @draftexpress: N. Robinson, Claxton, Shumpert, Ewing Jr., Selby, Farmar.— Kevin Pelton (@kpelton) May 17, 2013

    Some guards didn't fare as well in the tests. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope only registered a 29-inch standing vertical and 34-and-a-half-inch max vertical. Archie Goodwin posted a 30-inch standing vertical and 36-inch max vertical.Visit our 2013 NBA Draft section for more coverageThe big men also performed the same tests, and interesting results emerged from that process as well.

    Rudy Gobert's freakish length impressed scouts on Thursday, but his 25-inch standing vertical and 29-inch max vertical were low numbers for a big man. By contrast, Cody Zeller impressed observers as he reached 35-and-a-half inches on his standing vertical and 37-and-a-half inches on his max vertical. Zeller actually tested out as one of the best athletes at the combine, according to.

    Ford.Power forward Tony Mitchell from North Texas opened eyes with Cheap NBA 2K18 MT Coins his max vertical leap when he cleared the rack and hit 38 inches -- tops among power forwards. More from SB Nation:• 3 reasons the Thunder have gone fishin'• Watch Kevin Durant's sad Charlie Brown walk• Sacramento's wide open future• Ziller: 8 thoughts on the Kings staying• J.R. Smith had a dream• Flannery: The Pacers are happening