Bucks director of scouting Billy McKinney said Tuesday the team has extended workout invitations to Wisconsin standouts Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker as the countdown to the June 25 NBA draft continues.

"But at this point, no," McKinney said of any scheduled workout for either player.

"We had a chance to talk to both players while we were in Chicago (for the May draft combine)," McKinney said. "Of course being as close as we are, we've had ample opportunity to see them play many times."

Both Kaminsky and Dekker are considered possible lottery picks and could go before the Bucks at No. 17 overall. They were leaders on a UW team that reached the NCAA title game, losing to Duke in the final.

Mark Bartelstein, the agent for Dekker, said it was not any slight toward the Bucks.

"His schedule is pretty filled up," Bartelstein said. "He's working out with teams ahead of them (in the draft) right now."

Bartelstein said Dekker still has workouts scheduled with Sacramento (sixth overall pick) and Utah (12th pick).

"He's done really well," Bartelstein said. "There's very few guys in the NBA with his size, athletic ability and skill level. He's a unique player."

in the latest Sports Illustrated mock draft, Chris Mannix has Kaminsky going No. 9 overall to Charlotte but Dekker slipping to No. 23 and being selected by Portland. The most recent DraftExpress mock draft has Kaminsky at No. 12 to Utah and Dekker at No. 16 to Boston.