Despite the fact that the 2012 NBA Draft is now under a week away, the draft remains a mystery -- well, a mystery after Anthony Davis is selected with the No. 1 overall pick.
The Charlotte Bobcats, who hold the No. 2 pick in the draft, worked out Kansas' Thomas Robinson and UConn's Andre Drummond on Friday, as the Bobcats try to decide which direction to go in with the selection.
At the least, both Robinson and Drummond were able to work out in the presence of an NBA legend, as Bobcats owner Michael Jordan was in attendance at the workout.
For what it's worth, Robinson is saying the right things about the Bobcats.
"I like (the Bobcats') potential," said Robinson, who has also worked out for Cleveland and Washington. "They've got a young point guard in Kemba (Walker) and also a bunch of young players surrounding him. I think they just need a couple more players to get over the hump and I would like to be one of those players. I think I would fit in perfect because the up-tempo game fits me perfect and I can also play in the halfcourt."
We'll see which direction Charlotte goes in, as they can either select Robinson or take a Connecticut product for the second consecutive year in Drummond.