Where have the top draft prospects worked out?

With the NBA Draft fast approaching, we’re starting to get somewhat of an idea of ​​where the 2022 cycle’s top players will land.

One major clue is to take a look at what teams the most coveted players have worked out for.

Below, based on our Live Aggregate Mock Draft, we take a look at what squads (that we know of) the top prospects of the 2022 draft have worked out for.

Note: In parenthesis after each team, we have placed a number representing the highest highest pick in the upcoming draft.

Jabari Smith:

Syndication The Indianapolis Star:

Orlando Magic (1) and Oklahoma City Thunder (2)

Chet Holmgren:

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports:

Orlando Magic (1)

Paolo Banchero:

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports:

Houston Rockets (3)

Jaden Ivey:

Mitchell Leff-USA TODAY Sports:

Orlando Magic (1) and Detroit Pistons (5)

Keegan Murray:

Orlando Magic (1), Oklahoma City Thunder (2), Detroit Pistons (5) and Indiana Pacers (6)

Shaedon Sharpe:

Syndication Detroit Free Press:

Orlando Magic (1), Oklahoma City Thunder (2), Detroit Pistons (5), Indiana Pacers (6), Portland Trail Blazers (7), New Orleans Pelicans (8), San Antonio Spurs (9) and Charlotte Hornets (13 )

Dyson Daniels:

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports:

Sacramento Kings (4), Detroit Pistons (5), Indiana Pacers (6), Portland Trail Blazers (7), New Orleans Pelicans (8), San Antonio Spurs (9), Washington Wizards (10) and New York Knicks (11) )

Bennedict Mathurin:

Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports:

Detroit Pistons (5), Indiana Pacers (6) and Portland Trail Blazers (7)

AJ Griffin:

Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports:

Indiana Pacers (6), Portland Trail Blazers (7), New Orleans Pelicans (8), San Antonio Spurs (9) and New York Knicks (11)

Jalen Duren:

Portland Trail Blazers (7)

Johnny Davis:

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports:

Oklahoma City Thunder (2), Detroit Pistons (5), Indiana Pacers (6), San Antonio Spurs (9) and Washington Wizards (10)

Jeremy Sochan:

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports:

Oklahoma City Thunder (2), Sacramento Kings (4), Portland Trail Blazers (7), New Orleans Pelicans (8), Washington Wizards (10) and Cleveland Cavaliers (14)

Malaki Branham:

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports:

Houston Rockets (3), Portland Trail Blazers (7), Washington Wizards (10), New York Knicks (11), Charlotte Hornets (13), Cleveland Cavaliers (14) and Atlanta Hawks (16)

Mark Williams:

Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports:

San Antonio Spurs (9), Washington Wizards (10), New York Knicks (11), Charlotte Hornets (13) and Chicago Bulls (18)

Ochai Agbaji:

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports:

Oklahoma City Thunder (2), New Orleans Pelicans (8), Washington Wizards (10), New York Knicks (11), Charlotte Hornets (13), Cleveland Cavaliers (14), Atlanta Hawks (16) and Chicago Bulls (18)

Tari Eason:

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports:

Oklahoma City Thunder (2), Houston Rockets (3), Portland Trail Blazers (7), San Antonio Spurs (9), Washington Wizards (10), New York Knicks (11), Charlotte Hornets (13), Cleveland Cavaliers (14 ), Atlanta Hawks (16), Chicago Bulls (18), Minnesota Timberwolves (19) and Memphis Grizzlies (22)

Jalen Williams:

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports:

Oklahoma City Thunder (2), Cleveland Cavaliers (14), Atlanta Hawks (16), Minnesota Timberwolves (19), Denver Nuggets (21), Milwaukee Bucks (24) and LA Clippers (43)

TyTy Washington:

Robert Goddin-USA TODAY Sports:

Oklahoma City Thunder (2), New Orleans Pelicans (8), San Antonio Spurs (9), Washington Wizards (10), New York Knicks (11), Cleveland Cavaliers (14) and Atlanta Hawks (16)

Blake Wesley:

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports:

Detroit Pistons (5), San Antonio Spurs (9), Washington Wizards (10), New York Knicks (11), Charlotte Hornets (13), Cleveland Cavaliers (14), Atlanta Hawks (16), Chicago Bulls (18), Denver Nuggets (21), Memphis Grizzlies (22), Milwaukee Bucks (24) and Miami Heat (27)

Nikola Jovic:

fiba.basketball:

Houston Rockets (3), Minnesota Timberwolves (19) and Denver Nuggets (21)

EJ Liddell:

Cleveland Cavaliers (14), Atlanta Hawks (16), Chicago Bulls (18), Minnesota Timberwolves (19), Denver Nuggets (21) and Golden State Warriors (28)

Jaden Hardy:

Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports:

Oklahoma City Thunder (2), New Orleans Pelicans (8), Washington Wizards (10), Charlotte Hornets (13), Cleveland Cavaliers (14), Atlanta Hawks (16), Chicago Bulls (18), Minnesota Timberwolves (19), Philadelphia 76ers (23), Milwaukee Bucks (24), Golden State Warriors (28) and Dallas Mavericks (no pick)

Dalen Terry:

Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports:

Indiana Pacers (6) and Portland Trail Blazers (7)

MarJon Beauchamp:

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports:

Houston Rockets (3), New Orleans Pelicans (8), San Antonio Spurs (9), Washington Wizards (10), New York Knicks (11), Charlotte Hornets (13), Cleveland Cavaliers (14), Atlanta Hawks (16) , Chicago Bulls (18), Minnesota Timberwolves (19), Denver Nuggets (21) and Memphis Grizzlies (22)

Kennedy Chandler:

Kns Ncaa Vols Michigan Bp:

Houston Rockets (3), Charlotte Hornets (13), Cleveland Cavaliers (14) and Atlanta Hawks (16)

Jake LaRavia:

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports:

Indiana Pacers (6), San Antonio Spurs (9), Minnesota Timberwolves (19) and Denver Nuggets (21)

Patrick Baldwin:

Charlotte Hornets (13)

Caleb Houstan:

Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports:

Denver Nuggets (21), Memphis Grizzlies (22), Milwaukee Bucks (24) and Toronto Raptors (33)

Bryce McGowens:

Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports:

Charlotte Hornets (13), Atlanta Hawks (16) and Minnesota Timberwolves (19)

Wendell Moore:

Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports:

Charlotte Hornets (13), Atlanta Hawks (16) and Denver Nuggets (21)

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