The measurements are in from Chicago and we have three of the Kentucky participants — Skal Labissiere, Tyler Ulis and Marcus Lee — listed for you below. Jamal Murray skipped this stage of the process, as did Ben Simmons.
|Name||Height w/o Shoes||Height w/shoes||Weight||Wingspan||Reach||Body Fat||Hand Length||Hand Width|
|Skal Labissiere||6′ 10.5″||6′ 11.75″||216||7′ 2.5″||8′ 9.5″||5.7||8.75||9|
|Tyler Ulis||5′ 8.75″||5′ 10″||149||6′ 2″||7′ 4.5″||5.2||7.50||7.50|
|Marcus Lee||6′ 9”||6′ 10.25″||211||7′ 3″||8′ 11.5″||5.4||9||9|
For a complete list of all combine participants, check it out here via NBA.com.
A few things to note…
— Tyler Ulis isn’t the shortest player in Chicago. Oakland’s Kay Felder took that award, measuring half an inch shorter than Ulis.
— Ulis and Melo Trimble share the smallest wingspan crown. That’s not a good thing for Trimble, who is over four inches taller than Ulis.
— Skal Labissiere’s wingspan should be a little longer. He is the fourth tallest player but has the 13th longest wingspan.
— Kyle Wiltjer had the highest body fat percentage at 15.3, well above Diamond Stone’s 12.9 and Caleb Swanigan’s 12.6. Not a good look for Kyle.