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RR Ralphie Report: Cody Williams and Tristan Da Silva receive invites to NBA Draft green room


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Two Buffaloes are expected to be first round picks in NBA Draft.

CU will be well represented in the green room at the NBA Draft this month: both Cody Williams and Tristan Da Silva accepted invitations to attend the event in person.

24 accepted NBA draft green room invites:

Zaccharie Risacher
Alex Sarr
Donovan Clingan
Reed Sheppard
Matas Buzelis
Stephon Castle
Dalton Knecht
Tidjane Salaun
Ron Holland
Cody Williams
Devin Carter
Ja’Kobe Walter
Rob Dillingham
Nikola Topic
Jared McCain
Johnny Furphy
Kyshawn… pic.twitter.com/edDAzakDNj

— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) June 19, 2024

Williams was one of the original group invited, and then Da Silva joined him later on, according to ESPN reporter Jonathan Givony.

NEWS: Colorado forward Tristan Da Silva has received a green room invite to attend the NBA Draft with his family, a source told ESPN. pic.twitter.com/7eRPGUXATY

— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) June 19, 2024

Williams has long been considered a lottery pick in this year’s class and experts have suggested he could be drafted in the top five. Teams like Portland, San Antonio and Utah are targeting him, all of whom have stronger records of player development.

Da Silva might sneak into the back of the lottery, but it’s more likely he’s a mid-to-late first round pick. After averaging over 16 points and five rebounds last season, Da Silva’s stock has risen as teams value his versatile skillset and feel for the game.

KJ Simpson is also expected to be drafted, although he’s projected as a second round pick.

The NBA Draft will begin on June 26 and continue the following day.

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