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NBA draft 2021: Winners, losers and lottery buzz from the NBA draft combine in Chicago

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Keon Johnson sets combine record with 48-inch vertical leap (0:16)

Former Tennessee guard Keon Johnson breaks an NBA combine record with a 48-inch vertical leap. (0:16)

CHICAGO -- NBA teams congregated for 10 days of competitive scrimmages, interviews, pro days, athletic testing, the draft lottery and more as part of the G League Elite Camp and 2021 NBA draft combine.

This year's event featured a new setting (the sparkling Wintrust Arena on the South Side of Chicago) and a mostly new format intended to concentrate as much action as possible in one location. Teams sounded extremely pleased with the setup, which acted as a reunion of sorts for executives who mostly had not seen one another since the onset of the pandemic.

Here's a look at who and what stood out during the combine, which wrapped up Sunday.