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Rawle Alkins, Allonzo Trier improve in second scrimmage at NBA Combine

The former Wildcats played against each other Friday

CSU Bakersfield v Arizona Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

After their first scrimmages at the NBA Draft Combine went a little rough, Allonzo Trier and Rawle Alkins bounced back Friday.

Alkins had 17 points to go along with six rebounds, five blocks, and two assists in a 98-66 win. He was 7-of-11 from the field, and split two 3s and four free throws.

On the opposing team, Trier had 10 points, two rebounds, two turnovers, and an assist on 3-of-7 shooting. He also went 4-of-5 from the free-throw line and had this dunk in transition:

Alkins went through shooting drills Friday, too. Here’s how he did in the spot-up scenarios:

  • NBA break left — 80%
  • NBA break right — 100%
  • NBA corner left — 20%
  • NBA corner right — 40%
  • NBA top key — 60%
  • Fifteen break left — 80%
  • Fifteen break right — 80%
  • College corner left — 40%
  • College corner right — 60%
  • College top key — 60%

And here’s how Alkins did in the non-stationary drills:

  • Off dribble fifteen break left — 50%
  • Off dribble fifteen break right — 50%
  • Off dribble fifteen top key — 25%
  • On the move fifteen — 79.4%

Trier posted a 32’ standing vertical and a 40’ max vertical. He did well in the agility drills. Trier’s lane agility time was clocked at 11.02 seconds, his three-quarter sprint was 3.14, and his shuttle run was 2.96, the third-best score at the combine.

The rest of the combine consists of meetings and medical testing. The drills and scrimmages are over.

Here’s Trier and Alkins saying farewell to Chicago:


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