2004 NBA Pre-Draft Camp: Day Two
Damien Wilkins (15.0 ppg through two games) steps to the line at the Moody Bible Institute during Pre-Draft Camp action.
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 10, 2004:
Box Score: Team Five 79, Team Six 78
Game Recap: In the first game on the second day of action at the 2004 NBA Pre-Draft Camp, forward Drago Pasalic tallied 21 points and hauled in 13 boards to lead his Team One (2-0) to a 106-91 win over Team Two (1-1). Eleven players scored in double digits in the game, which saw the teams deadlocked at 56 at the intermission.
Team One’s Misan Nikagbatse made 5-of-7 shots, including 4-of-4 from behind the arc, to finish with 16 points. Romain Sato connected on 5-of-14 from the field to record 10 points and eight rebounds. Beno Udrih (15 points), Jared Reiner (14) and Ivan Koljevic (10) also scored in double figures for Team One.
Ricky Minard led Team Four’s effort with 20 points and four assists and Andre Barrett added 11 points and seven assists. Bernard Robinson chipped in with 16.
Box Score: Team Five 72, Team Two 70
Game Recap: Damien Wilkins scored 13 points and grabbed six boards and Rickey Paulding added 12 points to boost Team Five (2-0) to a 72-70 win over Team Two (0-2) on Thursday evening. Nate Robinson added seven points, six assists and five boards for the winners.
Team Five got some help in the paint from James Moore (nine rebounds) and David Simon (seven rebounds) to outrebound Team Two, 47-36. Neither team shot the ball better than 36 percent from the field.
Team Two was led by Andre Emmett’s 20 points, four boards and three assists. Emmett has now scored 40 points in his first two games at the Pre-Draft Camp. Andre Brown chipped in with 12 points and five assists for Team Two.
Box Score: Team Six 76, Team Three 56
Game Recap: Jackson Vroman scored 17 points and hauled in seven rebounds to lead Team Six (1-1) to an easy 76-56 win over Team Three (0-2) Thursday’s final game. Luis Flores had 13 points with five assists and Tony Allen finished with nine points and eight boards for Team Six.
Team Three, which never held an advantage in the game and trailed by as many as 21, was led by Brandon Bass’ 11 points and seven rebounds and Lawrence Roberts’ 10 and six. It shot a dismal 31.1 percent from the field. Chris Duhon added nine points, two rebounds and two assists.