It looks like Jordan Farmar will be playing in NBA's pre-draft camp in Orlando after all. There was a lot of speculation on whether or not Jordan was going to take part in it all. Well it looks like Jordan is in which may be a sign of his current NBA draft status:
The fact Farmar is participating in the pre-draft camp indicates he is looking to improve his current draft status.
Anyways here is Jordan's team for the Orlando camp:
Point Guard Daniel Horton (Michigan)
Shooting Guard Allan Ray (Villanova)
Shooting Guard Chris McCray (Maryland)
Small Forward Bobby Jones (Washington)
Small Forward David Noel (North Carolina)
Small Forward Steve Novak (Marquette)
Power Forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu (George Washington)
Power Forwrd Paul Millsap (Louisiana Tech)
Center Terrence Dials (Ohio St.)
I hope Jordan does well. Let's hope he decides it works out the best for him. UCLA basketball is going to be fine with or without him. Meanwhile, AA is not going to playing in that camp, which is leading many to reasonably speculate that he is coming back. This will all clear up by June 18th, which is the deadline for these players to withdraw their names from the draft.
Also, I forgot to link this story on Shipp posted on BBR. He is now cleared to practice in full contact drills with the team. He sounds excited about next season even if Jordan is not around:
"We'll be quicker and we'll pick up the tempo," Shipp said of playing with Collison if Farmar leaves. "He's a good point-guard who got good experience during the Final Four."
Collison averaged 5.5 points and 2.3 assists in 19 minutes per contest last season. He played in every contest along with two other Bruins, a team-record 39 games.