WEST LAFAYETTE, IN - JANUARY 24: Robbie Hummel #4 of the Purdue Boilermakers shoots the ball against the Michigan Wolverines at Mackey Arena on January 24, 2012 in West Lafayette, Indiana. Michigan defeated Purdue 66-64. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Today was the Indiana Pacers final predraft workout before Thursday's draft. They once again had in six prospects which included Quincy Miller (Baylor), Doron Lamb (Kentucky), Kim English (Missouri), Robbie Hummel (Purdue), Kenny Gabriel (Auburn), and Orlando Johnson (UCSB).
One interesting note from today's workout was that Orlando Johnson sprained his ankle early in the workout and was unable to return. Crushing blow for Johnson's chances of being drafted by the Pacers.
Check out after the jump what this means for what will happen come Thursday night when the Indiana Pacers go on the clock.
There's some interesting things to take away from this draft process for the Pacers. They didn't invite in prospects like Marquis Teague and Festus Ezeli in for a workout. This likely means that some of the prospects of interest to the Pacers or fans will likely be gone when Indiana picks on Thursday.
Indiana really was all over the board with all of the players they brought in. They worked out players at all positions. Jae Crowder let in slip in an interview what the Pacers were looking for, indicating they are in search of a role player who can come in and contribute big minutes for them right away. That certainly makes it interesting.
Be sure to check out Pacers.com for updates and interviews from today's predraft workout. Also, be sure to look for my Pacers draft big board with all of the 36 prospects they brought in tomorrow. Who else is ready for Thursday night?