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2024 NBA Draft Combine: How to watch Bronny James and other top prospects, online live stream, TV channel

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Every year the NBA Draft Combine arrives with anticipation, and every year, it delivers. On the big stage in Chicago in front of NBA executives, scouts and media members, the combine this week is expected to draw plenty of buzz in a 2024 class that remains wide open and is itching for stars to step up and stand out.

The combine week will continue Tuesday with most players expected to be available for media availability followed by scrimmages and pro days over the last few days to wrap things up. In between we will have measurements, drills and team interviews as intel rolls in to provide clarity on an unclear class.

Participation in this year’s combine figures to be of particular interest not only because of the new changes ratified in the latest CBA — it is required to maintain eligibility, a key change from year’s past when top prospects opted to sit — but also because of the players involved. Among those in attendance this week who will be watched closely include Bronny James, who has been medically cleared to participate, and a slew of G League Ignite standouts including Matas Buzelis and Ron Holland.

How to watch 2024 NBA Draft Combine

Date: Tuesday, May 14-Wednesday, May 15 | Time: 1-5 p.m. ET
TV channel: ESPN2 | Live stream: Fubo (try for free)

2024 NBA Draft Combine Invitees

Here are the 78 players who have been invited to the 2024 NBA Draft Combine.

Player College/club
Michael Ajayi Pepperdine
Melvin Ajinca Saint Quentin (France)
Trey Alexander Creighton
Izan Almansa G League Ignite
Reece Beekman Virginia
Adem Bona UCLA
Trevon Brazile Arkansas
Jalen Bridges Baylor
Matas Buzelis G League Ignite
Carlton Carrington Pittsburgh
Devin Carter Providence
Stephon Castle UConn
Ulrich Chomche NBA Academy Africa
Cam Christie Minnesota
Nique Clifford Colorado State
Donovan Clingan UConn
Isaiah Collier USC
Tristan Da Silva Colorado
Pacome Dadiet Ulm (Germany)
N’Faly Dante Oregon
Rob Dillingham Kentucky
Nikola Djurisic Mega (Serbia)
Ryan Dunn Virginia
Zach Edey Purdue
Justin Edwards Kentucky
Kyle Filipowski Duke
Trentyn Flowers Adelaide (Australia)
Johnny Furphy Kansas
Kyshawn George Miami
Tyon Grant-Foster Grand Canyon
PJ Hall Clemson
Coleman Hawkins Illinois
Ron Holland II G League Ignite
DaRon Holmes II Dayton
Ariel Hukporti Riesen Ludwigsburg (Germany)
Oso Ighodaro Marquette
Harrison Ingram North Carolina
Bronny James USC
AJ Johnson Illawarra (Australia)
Keshad Johnson Arizona
David Jones Memphis
Dillon Jones Weber State
Ryan Kalkbrenner Creighton
Alex Karaban UConn
Bobi Klintman Cairns (Australia)
Dalton Knecht Tennessee
Tyler Kolek Marquette
Pelle Larsson Arizona
Jared McCain Duke
Kevin McCullar Jr. Kansas
Yves Missi Baylor
Ajay Mitchell UC Santa Barbara
Jonathan Mogbo San Francisco
Tristen Newton UConn
Juan Nunez Ulm (Germany)
Quinten Post Boston College
Antonio Reeves Kentucky
Zaccharie Risacher Bourg (France)
Jaxson Robinson BYU
Tidjane Salaun Cholet (France)
Hunter Sallis Wake Forest
Payton Sandfort Iowa
Alexandre Sarr Perth (Australia)
Baylor Scheierman Creighton
Mark Sears Alabama
Terrence Shannon Jr. Illinois
Jamal Shead Houston
Reed Sheppard Kentucky
KJ Simpson Colorado
Tyler Smith G League Ignite
Cam Spencer UConn
Nikola Topic Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)
JT Toppin New Mexico
Jaylon Tyson California
Ja’Kobe Walter Baylor
Kel’el Ware Indiana
Jamir Watkins Florida State
Cody Williams Colorado

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