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Video: Michigan's Nik Stauskas, Kentucky's James Young, Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart Play P-I-G At NBA Combine

Sure, it's important for NBA teams to know how fast a player can run, how quick they can move from side to side, how high they can jump, and how strong they are. Each of these abilities was getting measured at the NBA Combine in Chicago this past week. 

But which player is best at P-I-G? 

Michigan's Nik Stauskas, Kentucky's James Young, and Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart attempted to find out. 

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- @NStauskas11, @smart_MS3, & @realjamesyoung playing some P-I-G at #NBACombinehttps://t.co/zAv9eA7jER

— NBA Draft (@NBADraft) May 17, 2014

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- @NStauskas11, @smart_MS3, & @realjamesyoung playing some P-I-G at #NBACombinehttps://t.co/zAv9eA7jER

— NBA Draft (@NBADraft) May 17, 2014

">@realjamesyoung playing some P-I-G at #NBACombinehttps://t.co/zAv9eA7jER

— NBA Draft (@NBADraft)

- @NStauskas11, @smart_MS3, & @realjamesyoung playing some P-I-G at #NBACombinehttps://t.co/zAv9eA7jER

— NBA Draft (@NBADraft) May 17, 2014

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The results of the game are not in yet. Stauskas was the best shooter of the trio in college, making 44 percent of his 3-point attempts. Each of these players is expected to be a first-round pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.