Former Nebraska guard James Palmer was not selected to participate in this week's NBA Draft Combine after taking part in the G League Elite Camp Tuesday.
Palmer was one of 40 college players invited to the G League camp, with the NBA choosing a select number of players to advance to the draft combine that begins Wednesday in Chicago.
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In two games at the G League camp, Palmer had 11 points, three rebounds and two assists; and four points, six rebounds and one assist.
Ten G League Elite camp participants were selected for the NBA Draft Combine: Marial Shayok (Iowa State), Terence Davis (Ole Miss), Dequan Jeffries (Tulsa), Cody Martin (Nevada), Dewan Hernandez (Miami), Tacko Fall (Central Florida), Jared Harper (Auburn), Tyler Cook (Iowa), O'Shae Brissett (Syracuse), and Reggie Perry (Mississippi State).