What channel is NBA Draft Combine on today? Times, TV schedule, how to watch 2022 NBA draft prospects

The next generation of NBA stars will demonstrate their skills at the 2022 NBA Draft Combine, to be held at Wintrust Arena and the Marriott Marquis in Chicago.

This year’s NBA Draft Combine will take place May 18-20, with players competing in five-on-five matches, plus shooting, strength and agility drills. NBA teams will also be interviewing players ahead of the 2022 NBA Draft, scheduled for June 23 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 NBA Draft Combine, including a full entry list.

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What channel is the NBA Draft Combine on?

  • Date: 18-20 May
  • TV channel: ESPNews and ESPN2
  • Live broadcast: Sling TV | Watch ESPN

Exclusive coverage of the NBA Draft Combine will air on the ESPN family of networks. Viewers can follow the event on ESPNews and ESPN2.

Viewers in the US can also stream the NBA Draft Combine on Sling TV.

MORE: Watch the NBA Draft Combine on Sling TV (US only)

NBA draft combine schedule 2022

All events of this year’s NBA Draft Combine begin in the afternoon and last into the evening. ESPNews and ESPN2 will broadcast four hours of uninterrupted Combine content each day.

Below is the schedule for on-court workouts and drills during the NBA Draft Combine.

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Thursday May 19th

time TV channel
3-5 p.m. ET ESPNews
5-7 p.m ESPN2

Friday May 20th

time TV channel
1-2pm ET ESPN2
2-5 p.m. ET ESPNews

2022 NBA draft combine entrants

player school team
Ochai Agbaji Kansas
Patrick Baldwin Jr. Milwaukee
Paolo Banchero duke
Dominic Barlow Overtime Elite
Mar Jon Beauchamp G League Ignite
Hugo Beson New Zealand breakers
Malaki Branham State of Ohio
Christian Brown Kansas
Kendall Brown Baylor
John Butler Jr. State of Florida
Julian Champagne Saint John
Kennedy Chandler Tennessee
Max Christie State of Michigan
Kofi Cockburn Illinois
DysonDaniels G League Ignite
Johnny Davis Wisconsin
JD Davison Alabama
Mussa Diabate Michigan
Ousmane Dieng New Zealand breakers
Khalifa Diop Grand Canary
Jalen Duren memphis
Tari Eason LSU
Keon Ellis Alabama
Michael Forster Jr. G League Ignite
Collin Gillespie Villanova
AJ Griffin duke
Jaden Hardy G League Ignite
Ron Harper Jr. Rueger
Chet Holmgren gonzaga
Harrison Ingram Stanford
Jaden Ivey Purdue
Trayce Jackson Davis Indiana
Nikola Jovic Mega Mozart
Johnny Juzang UCLA
Ishmael Kamagat Paris
Trevor Kiel duke
Walker Kessler Maroon
Christian Koloko Arizona
Jake LaRavia guard forest
Justin Lewis Marquette
EJ Liddell State of Ohio
Benedict Mathurin Arizona
Matthew Mayer Baylor
Bryce McGowens Nebraska
Leonhard Mueller Fort Erie International
Josh Minott memphis
Amine Mohammed george town
Iverson Molinar State of Mississippi
Jean Montero Overtime Elite
Wendell Moore Jr. duke
Keegan Murray Iowa
Andreas Nembhard gonzaga
Scotty Pippen Jr. Vanderbilt
Gabrielle Procida Fortune Bologna
Orlando Robinson State of Fresno
David Roddy State of Colorado
Ryan Rollin Toledo
Dereon Seabron NC state
Shaedon Sharpe Kentucky
Jabari Smith Jr. Maroon
Terquavion Smith NC state
Jeremy Sochan Baylor
Matteo Spagnolo Cremona
Julian Strohther gonzaga
Dalen Terry Arizona
Drew Timme gonzaga
Jabari Walker Colorado
Ty Ty Washington Kentucky
Peyton Watson UCLA
Blake Wesley Notre-Dame
Alondas Williams guard forest
Jalen Williams Santa Clara
Jaylin Williams Arkansas
Mark Williams duke
Trevion Williams Purdue
Fanbo Zeng G League Ignite

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