The Portuguese, the NBA nominee, is in Chicago, among the 69 best college basketball promises
For the second time in his career, Neemias Queta is attending the NBA Draft Combine, an event that began Monday and brings together the best promises in the United States, with a total of 69 athletes, a touch moment with the 30 teams in the North American League.
The youngster, who has declared himself in this year’s draft, scheduled for July 29 at Barclays Center in New York, could become the first Portuguese to reach the main world championship, and this Tuesday was subjected to a series of tests, measurements and numbers. Immediately.
Keita is the tallest among the attendees (2.11 m without shoes, 2.15 m with shoes), the one who can jump the highest (2.85 m), the longest wingspan (2.24 m), the third heaviest (112.7 kg), the largest scorpion (26.67 cm) and the four with The longest scorpions (23.49 cm).
The NBA Draft Combine runs through Sunday, with the Portuguese player “a great opportunity to be remembered for the NBA scouts because it was one of the most productive positions in the United States this season,” ESPN wrote.