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Links: Washington Wizards set to work out Thomas Robinson, Bradley Beal and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

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Eh, are we working out at Verizon together?
Eh, are we working out at Verizon together?

Monday links:

  • The Wizards are set to work out Kansas forward Thomas Robinson, Florida guard Bradley Beal and Kentucky forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist this week at Verizon Center. [BF | Wizards Insider]
  • UConn wing Jeremy Lamb beat out Ohio State big man Jared Sullinger in the run-off vote for No. 8 on our Community Draft Board, so I guess it shouldn't come as a surprise that Sullinger has a comfortable lead for the No. 9 spot on the board.
  • Here's a mock draft from Alex Sonty over at Blog-A-Bull, SB Nation's Bulls blog.
  • Sam Amick writes that Bradley Beal has separated himself from the rest of the shooting guard prospects in the 2012 NBA Draft. [SI]
  • After spending most of his basketball career as a guard, Anthony Davis expects those skills to help him transition into the NBA as a shot-blocking big man. [Washington Post]
  • Frank Hanrahan thinks that, for Jordan Crawford, it all comes down to shot selection. [CSN Washington]
  • Austin Rivers's attitude would certainly be a good fit in Philly. [Philadelphia Daily News]
  • This Pistons needs a big man to pair with Greg Monroe, but could they go with a perimeter scorer in the NBA Draft if the right one falls to them? [Detroit Free Press]
  • Paul Forrester sums up the top NBA Finals storylines while Britt Hobson offers his prediction on the series.
  • It's still championship or bust for the Heat. [Washington Post]
  • Funny how quickly opinions can change in four games. [The Oklahoman]
  • Still, both Scott Brooks and Erik Spoelstra enter the NBA Finals having dealt with their fair share of criticism, and only one will emerge having silenced his doubters. [SB Nation]
  • Brian Windhorst writes about the changes (and one big decision) LeBron James has made in the last year. [ESPN]
  • Let's DANCE! (Am I the only one that feels a little sorry for Juwan Howard at the end of this clip?) [SB Nation]
  • Miami's Big Three took down Boston's Big Three, but Chris Broussard thinks the Thunder have the best Big Three of all. [ESPN]
  • With the Big Three in Boston facing a likely summer breakup, could Kevin Garnett find himself playing alongside the best power forward in NBA history next season? [San Antonio Express-News]
  • Then again, could Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce all stick together a little longer? [Sporting News]
  • More from Ian Thomsen on the likely end of the Celtics' Big Three. [SI]
  • Ric Bucher wonders what each member of Boston's Big Three has left. [ESPN Insider]
  • SB Nation contributor Lang Whitaker has penned an oral history of the Dream Team for GQ. Need I say more?