Bobcats Predraft Workouts, Day 3 - Anderson/Goudelock/Farrakhan/Lee/Liggins/Pullen

On the third day of workoutmas, my true love gave to me - six guards a-playing...

So today, the Bobcats brought in Kevin Anderson (Richmond), Mustapha Farrakhan (UVA), Andrew Goudelock (College of Charleston), Malcolm Lee (UCLA), DeAndre Liggins (Kentucky) and Jacob Pullen (Kansas State). It was a variety of types of guards, with some scorers, defenders, passers, etc.

As usual, Bobcats.com has the master information with interview transcripts/videos, videos of part of the workouts, photo galleries, yada yada yada.

Cranston has the story on Charles Oakley's injury problems here. But that's about it as far as articles from media outlets. Most say these players were guys to look at for the 39th spot.

But tomorrow is the biggest day of workouts. In fact, it's so big that they're splitting the prospects into two workouts and then running them one after the other.

Workout one: Marshon Brooks (Providence), Alec Burks (Colorado), Norris Cole (Cleveland State), E'Twaun Moore (Purdue), Josh Selby (Kansas) and Klay Thompson (Washington State).

Workout two: Jordan Hamilton (Texas), Tobias Harris (Tennessee), Tyler Honeycutt (UCLA), Kawhi Leonard (San Diego State), Chandler Parsons (Florida) and Chris Singleton (Florida State).

Whew! With so many talented prospects in the arena again, tomorrow will undoubtedly be an exciting day!

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