You can add another name to the list. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Keith Pompey is reporting that the team worked out Syracuse point guard Michael Carter-Williams over the weekend.
Carter-Williams, 21, left Syracuse after two seasons under head coach Jim Boeheim. The 6'6" guard averaged 11.9 points, 7.3 points, and 4.9 rebounds to go along with 2.9 steals per game for the Orange last season. The big guard has a lot in common with Jrue Holiday as they are both extremely strong players who can rebound but have been prone to turnovers in their careers.
Carter-Williams has also been compared to Shaun Livingston given his size for the point guard position. He sees the court exceptionally well and is a great ball-handler which makes him a match-up nightmare for other teams. He has an explosive first step and can score from just about anywhere on the court. Carter-Williams is a consensus lottery pick for Thursday's draft and widely considered to be one of the top-two point guards available, along with Michigan's Trey Burke.
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