2004 NBA Pre-Draft Camp: Day One
Tony Allen and Rickey Paulding are among the players trying to impress at the Pre-Draft Camp.
EVP-Basketball Operations John Paxson and other members of the Bulls staff are expected to be there for the duration of the camp.
Results from games on June 9, 2004:
Box Score: Team Five 79, Team Six 78
Game Recap: Nate Robinson’s game-high 22 points led Team Five to a one-point victory in the opening game of action at the 2004 NBA Pre-Draft Camp. Robinson connected on 9-of-14 from the field while grabbing four boards and passing four assists in his team’s 79-78 win.
Damien Wilkins added 17 points off the bench for Team Five, which scored 55 points in the second half. Jackson Vroman led Team Six with 17 points and seven rebounds while Desmon Farmer chipped in 14 and six. Both teams struggled from long distance as Team Five made only 1-of-11 three-point field goals and Team Six hit 1-of-6.
Box Score: Team One 93, Team Two 81
Game Recap: Andre Emmett tallied an opening day best 20 points in Wednesday evening action at the NBA Pre-Draft Camp, but it wasn’t enough as his Team Two fell to Team One, 93-81.
Jackie Butler recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 boards for the victors, who also got 14 points from Tony Bobbitt. Other players to score in double figures for Team One included Ryan Gomes (12 points), Jared Reiner (12 points) and Beno Udrih (13 points and six assists).
Team Two received double digit efforts from Andre Brown (10 points), Trevor Ariza (10 points) and Tim Pickett (10 points).
Box Score: Team Four 74, Team Three 64
Game Recap: Mike Williams finished with a game-high 13 points to lead Team Four to a 74-64 victory over Team Three at the Moody Bible Institute on Wednesday. Ricky Minard added 11 and Delonte West chipped in with 10 for Team Four. Rolando Howell recorded nine points and eight boards.
Lawrence Roberts had 11 points to lead Team Three. John Edwards added 10 with five boards and a pair of blocks, and Aleksandar Capin had 10 points. The game was tied at 32 at the intermission and saw nine ties throughout.