Arizona Basketball protegé Chance Comanche continues working out for NBA teams in his quest to play professional basketball.
Chance Comanche left school in before his junior year to play in the NBA. The reason he left is that he feels he is ready to play on the next level and had nothing to do with his academic status. He could have come back to Arizona to continue his college career if he wanted too.
It was purely his decision and his family stood behind him, he felt it was best for him to make the jump now.
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What does it matter now, anyway? At this point what is best for everyone is Comanche being successful. He is very confident and has big dreams.
Chance’s workouts are heating up. Just today, he worked out with the Memphis Grizzlies. Last week he was in Oklahoma City working out with Russell Westbrook’s Thunder and also in Utah working out with Jazz and Monday with the Knicks.
In Utah, it seems Comanche was able to show a side of his game that we haven’t seen. He has an outside three, that would have been fun to see.
Jazz fans are all for it, they love his name!
Comanche has previously worked out for the Lakers, but the Lakers coaches Luke Walton, Jesse Mermuys, and Jud Buechler have been watching Comanche all last season as fans. Since his Lakers workout, Lonzo Ball has also had hs work out and according to Kevin Ding, they weren’t completely impressed.
The Cheif also took part in his Agency’s pro day along with Wisconsin’s Nigel Hayes.
Sean Miller wants Chance to do well, even though he was surprised by his decision.
While Comanche is working out for NBA executives, four of our former Wildcats are still playing in the NBA Finals. A Players Program produces NBA Players when Comanche finds a home we will be rooting for him.