How Kawhi Leonard, Pascal Siakam and other Raptors measured and performed at the NBA Draft Combine

While the Toronto Raptors, Milwaukee Bucks, Golden State Warriors and Portland Trail Blazers continue to battle it out for a spot in the 2019 NBA Finals, almost every other team in the league has shifted their attention to the upcoming NBA Draft in June.

Not only did the teams in the lottery find out this week where they'll be picking in next month's draft, but the 2019 NBA Draft Combine is also currently going on in Chicago, Illinois.

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The two-day event that started on Thursday gives scouts, coaches and executives an opportunity to evaluate prospects as they compete in five-on-five games and go through strength and agility testing.

How did players currently on the Raptors stack up with the competition in their respective combines? Let's take a look.

Kawhi Leonard - 2011

Body fat: 5.4%

Height with shoes: 6'7"

Standing reach: 8'10"

Weight: 227.4 lbs

Wingspan: 7'3"

Leonard helped his draft stock by measuring in with the second-biggest hands the fifth-biggest wingspan of players who attended the 2011 NBA Draft Combine.

However, as Matt Kamalsky of DraftExpress noted, Leonard posted average numbers in other categories, including vertical leap and bench press, some of which may have had to do with him not having "an extensive warm-up prior."

Pascal Siakam - 2016

Body fat: 5.2%

Height with shoes: 6'9.5"

Standing reach: 8'11.5"

Weight: 226.2 lbs

Wingspan: 7'3.25"

Siakam wasn't on the radar of many teams coming out of New Mexico State, but he impressed at the scrimmages at the 2016 NBA Draft Combine, averaging 17.7 points and 15.5 rebounds per 40 minutes.

"He's not the most offensively polished prospect in attendance, but Siakam competes on every play, a useful skill when coupled with his 7'3" wingspan, fairly quick (although not overly explosive) leaping ability, and agility," Jonathan Givony and Mike Schmitz of DraftExpress wrote at the time.

The biggest knock on Siakam was his thin frame, as he measured in at 6-foot-9 and 226 pounds.

Danny Green - 2009

Body fat: 5.6%

Height with shoes: 6'6.5"

Standing reach: 8'7"

Weight: 208.0 lbs

Wingspan: 6'10"

Like Siakam, Green flew under the radar in his class, dropping to the 46th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft.

Norman Powell - 2015

Body fat: 6.4%

Height with shoes: 6'4.25"

Standing reach: 8'6.5"

Weight: 215.4 lbs

Wingspan: 6'10.75"

Powell showed his potential at the scrimmages of the 2015 NBA Draft Combine, with Givony and Schmitz writing that he "made enough dynamic plays on both ends of the floor to help make up for some of his shortcomings as a shooter and overall scorer in the half court."

OG Anunoby - 2017

Body fat: 6.8%

Height with shoes: 6'7.75"

Standing reach: 8'11.5"

Weight: 232.4 lbs

Wingspan: 7'2.25"

Coming off of a torn ACL in his right knee, Anunoby proved to be a "physical beast" at the 2017 NBA Draft Combine with a massive wingspan to go along with his near 6-foot-8 frame.

Chris Boucher - 2017

Body fat: 5.4%

Height with shoes: 6'9.5"

Standing reach: 9'2.5"

Weight: 182.2 lbs

Wingspan: 7'4"

Boucher was unable to participate in all of the events at the 2017 NBA Draft Combine due to a knee injury, but he was still medically evaluated and interviewed with teams.

Measurements for Kyle Lowry, Marc Gasol, Jeremy Lin and Serge Ibaka - among others - are not available on NBA.com.

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