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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Holiday, Ray Spalding and Donte Ingram were among the players who worked out for the Knicks on Tuesday, per sources. Holiday, out of UCLA, is one of the top point guards in the draft. Ingram, from Loyola, has impressed teams in workouts and is seen by some of those teams as a potential second-round pick. Spalding, a 6-10 big, averaged 12.3 points and 8.6 rebounds per game last season at Louisville. The Knicks have the 9th and 36th picks in Thursday's draft.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

Texas A & M's Robert Williams had a second visit with the Clippers on Tuesday, league sources tell ESPN. This one included a conversation with owner Steve Ballmer. Clippers have done significant examination on Williams for picks at Nos. 12 and 13.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A few days before his father was indicted by the Turkish government, Enes Kanter hosted the Enes Kanter Camp organized by NYC Basketball Kids and Playbook in New York City over the weekend. Here's a look at Kanter interacting with children at the camp:

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A few days before his father was indicted by the Turkish government, Enes Kanter hosted the Enes Kanter Camp organized by NYC Basketball Kids and Playbook in New York City over the weekend. He took a few minutes to answer some questions from ESPN.com. Here, Kanter talks about his conversations with injured Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis: "Bill was like you have a problem in Turkey right now, we won't send you to Turkey. But maybe in the future, you can be the president of Turkey," Kanter said. "He actually watches the Knicks. He said, ‘I watch you – you play hard.' I said, ‘Hey, I appreciate that.'"

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A few days before his father was indicted by the Turkish government, Enes Kanter hosted the Enes Kanter Camp organized by NYC Basketball Kids and Playbook in New York City over the weekend. He took a few minutes to answer some questions from ESPN.com. Here, Kanter talks about meeting former president Bill Clinton and former first lady Hilary Clinton in New York recently: "Bill was like you have a problem in Turkey right now, we won't send you to Turkey. But maybe in the future, you can be the president of Turkey," Kanter said. "He actually watches the Knicks. He said, ‘I watch you – you play hard.' I said, ‘Hey, I appreciate that.'"

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A few days before his father was indicted by the Turkish government, Enes Kanter hosted the Enes Kanter Camp organized by NYC Basketball Kids and Playbook in New York City over the weekend. He took a few minutes to answer some questions from ESPN.com. Here, Kanter talks about meeting with state senates in New York to discuss his stance against the Turkish government, among other issues: "Whenever I go there I talk to the (senior most lawmaker). He asks me questions. I explain to him what's going on in Turkey and then I go around, take picturs with the senators. Hang out with them." In addition to New York, Kanter has also been invited to state senates in New Mexico and Pennsylvania.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Trae Young was asked on SiriusXM NBA Radio about meeting David Fizdale and the Knicks during his workout. "I definitely was very energized meeting him as well. It was great getting to meet coach Fizdale and go out to dinner and meet the whole front office. Really got a good feel and vibe for the whole organization. They're very interested in me as well but you never know what's going to happen on Thursday night."

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Vegas will not offer NBA Draft proposition betting this year. No sportsbook applied for approval from Nevada Gaming. Last year was first time offered on betting menu. Books reported minimal handle, aside from wise guys