NBA cancels 2020 G League Elite Camp

According to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the NBA has cancelled this year’s G League Elite Camp. The event is a significant pre-draft evaluation tool; it serves as another opportunity for NBA prospects to receive combine invitations.

Back in 2019, several ACC players took part in the event, including Luke Maye, Mamadi Diakite, Javin DeLaurier, Tyus Battle and Terance Mann, who went on to be drafted in the second round by the Los Angeles Clippers.

Two weeks ago, the NBA postponed the 2020 draft lottery and annual Draft Combine, which were initially set for May 19 and May 21-24, respectively. There are still so many logistical challenges for the league to clear, as it hopes to possibility resume its 2019-20 season.

As of right now, the draft is still set for June 25; however, that’s subject to change, too.

On Monday this week, the NBA sent ballots to teams for them to be selected and invited to the 2020 combine, whenever that takes place.


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