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Myck Kabongo didn't do himself any favors during the drilling portion of the combine.
He shot just 5-of-25 during three-point drills with many decision makers watching. It wasn't a good look considering he shot just 31.6 percent from three as a freshman and 29.6 percent as a sophomore.
And for what it's worth, he got crossed over and burned by Nate Wolters during a one-on-one drill.
Kabongo also only registered a 33.5" max vertical as a 6'2.75'' guard. To put that into perspective, Isaiah Canaan, a 6'0'' guard, reached 40 inches, as did six other guards Kabongo will be competing with.
Nobody's going to downgrade Kabongo because of his athletic testing. But not standing out while others do could ultimately have the same effect.