The Golden State Warriors hosted a workout on Monday that included North Carolina center Tyler Zeller, McNeese State guard Patrick Richard, Vanderbilt center Festus Ezeli and BYU-Hawaii guard Jet Chang.
But all eyes were on the Joneses - Kentucky's Terrence Jones and Baylor's Perry Jones III.
The Joneses went after it against each other and they each tried to prove that they were worthy of getting a look at no. 7, the first of four picks held by the Warriors, who are looking to add a starting small forward with that selection, according to the Oakland Tribune's Marcus Thompson III.
"They were going at it," Ezeli said. "(Perry) was doing what he does - getting to the rack. And Terrence was playing good defense. They were just going at it. It was a competitive day."
Though both players played well, neither did enough to erase doubts that they can play small forward at the next level. Both are tweeners who are looking more and more like versatile power forwards than small forwards, even if both feel they can play either position at the next level.
"I want to be the most versatile player," Perry Jones said. "I want to use all my abilities."
"I just feel I'm a basketball player," Terrence Jones said. "Wherever the coach wants to play me, I will do my best in my role to help the team win. I played a lot of both (positions). I feel comfortable playing both. So it really doesn't matter."
It matters to the Warriors.
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