The 2014 NBA draft tracker: Jazz have a look at six more draft hopefuls including a big man from Russia (6 items)
The Jazz player development staff is at it again as six more players are in town on Thursday for pre-draft workouts. The grouping consists of four guards and a pair of centers this time around. The most notable players of the group are Cincinnati's Sean Kilpatrick, who was a consensus second-team All-American in 2013-14, and Nick Wiggins from Wichita State, who happens to be the older brother of one of the most heralded players in the draft, Andrew Wiggins.
Here is a look at how each of the players coming in for a visit have performed on their most recent teams.
1 of 6. Deonte Burton, 6-1, 190, point guard, Nevada
For his career, Burton averaged 16.2 points, 2.9 rebounds, four assists and 1.3 steals in 130 games.
2 of 6. Jordan Clarkson, 6-5, 193, guard, Missouri
For his career, Clarkson averaged 15.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists and nearly a steal in 93 games.
3 of 6. Sean Kilpatrick, 6-4, 210, guard, Cincinnati
For his career, Kilpatrick averaged 15.3 points, 4.3 rebounds, two assists and 1.2 steals in 140 games.
4 of 6. Nick Wiggins, 6-6, 192, guard, Wichita State
For his career, Wiggins averaged five points and two rebounds in 72 games for the Shockers.
5 of 6. Artem Klimenko, 7-0, 242, center, Russia
Klimenko played for Avtodor Saratov in the Russian second division and averaged 14.8 points on 57.4 percent shooting from the floor to go along with seven rebounds and nearly a block in 23.7 minutes a game according to DraftExpress.com. Klimenko is long and very athletic for his size, but doesn't have much of a back to the basket offensive game to this point. He does most of his damage on the offensive end of the floor in transition and on put-backs and free-throws, as shown in his video scouting report on DraftExpress.com, courtesy of Mike Schmitz.