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NBA: Jazz to work out Syracuse point guard Carter-Williams

Published June 17, 2013 8:33 pm

NBA • Orange PG among six players scheduled for Tuesday audition.
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The Utah Jazz will work out six players Tuesday morning, including Syracuse point guard Michael Carter-Williams, as the team continues preparations for the NBA Draft on June 27.

Joining Carter-Williams will be Azusa Pacific's B.J. Porter, Syracuse forward James Sutherland, Kentucky guard Archie Goodwin, Miami guard Durand Scott, Kansas guard Elijah Johnson, Evansville guard-forward Colt Ryan and Princeton forward Trent Lockett.

Carter-Williams is considered a likely top-10 pick. He averaged 11.9 points and 7.3 assists as a sophomore last season for the Orangemen.

Porter also worked out for the Jazz on Monday. He is from Layton Christian High School and transferred from Weber State to Azusa Pacific. He will work out with Carter-Williams in one session. The other four players will participate in a second session.




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