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NBA draft stock watch: Which tourney stars are rising and falling?

Lonzo Ball's Bruins and Josh Jackson's Jayhawks both advanced to the Sweet 16. USA TODAY Sports

The first two rounds of the NCAA tournament are in the books and we still have a number of top NBA draft prospects playing in the Sweet 16. Six of the top 14 prospects in our Top 100 remain, as well as 18 of the 30 players on our tournament Big Board.

NBA scouts have been out in full force this past week. While teams tend to deny that the tournament has a disproportionate effect on a player's draft stock, history says otherwise.

Here's a look at who helped and hurt themselves over the weekend.