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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina's Justin Jackson is scheduled to work out for the Knicks on June 13, a league source confirmed. Some in the Knicks organization are intrigued by Jackson, as ESPN reported earlier this month, due to the 6-8 wing's potential as a player who can impact the game on both ends of the floor. Jackson, who has a 6-11 wingspan, is projected as a mid-first round pick in some mock drafts. So the Knicks, who have the eighth selection, may have to trade for an additional pick to select Jackson in June. Members of the organization had discussed the possibility of acquiring an additional first-round pick earlier this month, per sources. Details of any potential trade for an additional pick have yet to emerge. The New York Post first reported Jackson's scheduled workout with the Knicks.

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The Utah Jazz held a pre-draft workout on Saturday, with six prospects in attendance: Virginia G London Perrantes, Kansas G Frank Mason III, Villanova G Josh Hart, Louisville G Donovan Mitchell, Duke F Amile Jefferson and Florida F Devin Robinson.

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LeBron James says, "I am honored and happy to be apart of the Finals again."

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Last year's NBA Finals saw Kyrie Irving hold the edge over Steph Curry in a handful of notable statistical categories. So far this postseason, Curry is averaging 28.6 PPG with a field goal percentage of 50.2 compared to Irving's 24.5 PPG on 46.6 percent shooting.

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In the last 20 years, there has been a difference in days of rest before the Finals of at least three days nine times. The more-rested team in these situations has a 5-4 series record, including the Cavaliers' win last season (five days to the Warriors' two).

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Some predictions have the Cavaliers as heavy underdogs against the Warriors, but Kevin Love doesn't buy it. es.pn/2qqHV0d

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Limited time between games doesn't faze LeBron James. The King's offensive numbers have fluctuated very little between one, two, or three or more days of rest this season.