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Moses Moody has worked out with Warriors, Magic and others

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On Friday, Arkansas Razorbacks guard Moses Moody reportedly worked out with the Sacramento Kings ahead of the NBA draft, according to Kevin McPherson of Hogville.net.

Moody posted a photo to his Instagram story on Friday following the workout, capping off a busy week for the projected first-round pick. Prior to seeing the Kings, he was among the prospects that worked out with the Golden State Warriors on Thursday.

In addition to the Kings and Warriors, Moody has also reportedly visited the Orlando Magic, Indiana Pacers and Memphis Grizzlies for pre-draft workouts. With the exception of the Magic, each of those teams will be drafting in his projected range.

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Moody was named the SEC Freshman of the Year after averaging 16.8 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and one steal in 32 games with the Razorbacks. He was one of three freshmen in the country to average at least 15 points and five rebounds.

The 6-foot-6 guard is widely expected to be a lottery pick in the NBA draft given his ability on both ends of the floor. After converting 35.8% of his attempts from 3-point range, he projects to be a strong 3-and-D prospect at the next level.

He said recently that he wants to show teams that he is a consistent shooter from deep. He also wants to prove that he can be one of the top 3-and-D prospects this year that can shoot and defend at a high level, two skill sets that project to fit into any team.

The NBA draft is scheduled to take place on Thursday, July 29.

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