The slowest stars ever at the NBA Draft Combine

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Speed is quite important when trying to predict the future success of NBA prospects, particularly for ball-handlers and wings.

However, it’s not the end-all, be-all.

Either way, the league still measures speed for participating prospects at the annual draft combine in various drills.

Below, we present the slowest NBA All-Stars ever measured, which we determined by adding players’ lane-agility time and their three-quarter sprint.

Look out for the likes of Kevin Durant and Rudy Gobert, two of the league’s current greats, both of whom were quite slow in those drills.

Rudy Gobert: 16.42 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.85 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.57 seconds

Brook Lopez: 16.34 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.77 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.57 seconds

Kevin Durant: 15.78 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.33 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.45 seconds

David West: 15.61 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.18 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.43 seconds

DeAndre Jordan: 15.57 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.30 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.27 seconds

Al Horford: 15.52 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.15 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.37 seconds

Tyson Chandler: 15.49 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.13 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.36 seconds

Caron Butler: 15.48 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.15 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.33 seconds

Joe Johnson: 15.45 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.05 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.40 seconds

LaMarcus Aldridge: 15.45 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.02 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.43 seconds

Michael Redd: 15.40 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.06 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.34 seconds

Nikola Vucevic: 15.29 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 12.02 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.27 seconds

Joakim Noah: 15.26 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.79 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.47 seconds

DeMar DeRozan: 15.19 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.88 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.31 seconds

Chris Bosh: 15.10 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.80 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.30 seconds

Jarrett Allen: 15.03 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.82 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.21 seconds

Paul Millsap: 14.97 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.67 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.30 seconds

Gordon Hayward: 14.95 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.73 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.22 seconds

DeMarcus Cousins: 14.95 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.40 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.55 seconds

Khris Middleton: 14.92 seconds

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Lane-agility time: 11.45 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.47 seconds

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