(WNFL)- Bucks' scouting director Billy McKinney says the team has not set up any auditions yet with the three top candidates for next month's NBA Draft. ESPN says Kansas center Joel Embiid is waiting to see how a workout goes with Cleveland, the team with the top pick. He'll then decide if he wants to give the Bucks a workout. Bucks' personnel saw Embiid and Duke forward Jabari Parker at a workout put on in Los Angeles last week. They've seen game films but nothing else from Kansas guard Andrew Wiggins. The Bucks won the Number-two pick in last week's Draft Lottery. At the time, general manager John Hammond said he was encouraged that none of the top prospects had said they did not want to play in Milwaukee. For now, the Bucks are focusing on candidates for their three second round draft selections. Six players auditioned yesterday, including Syracuse forward CJ fair and Nevada point guard Deonte Burton.
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