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Jordan Taylor, Royce White part of NBA Draft workouts at Target Center Tuesday

The Timberwolves are holding NBA Draft workouts Tuesday and the group of players will be headlined by Iowa State's Royce White and Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor. Both were high stars in Minnesota. Michigan State's Draymond Green will also be working out.
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The Timberwolves are holding NBA Draft workouts Tuesday and the group of players will be headlined by Iowa State's Royce White and Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor. Both were high stars in Minnesota. Michigan State's Draymond Green will also be working out.

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