The second round of the
Parker finished with 14 points and seven rebounds but shot just four for 14 from the field with four turnovers.
How the quick exit will affect the freshman's pro prospects is unclear. Assuming he does declare for the draft, Parker isn't likely to fall very far.
His teammate small forward Rodney Hood shot just two for 10 from the field for six points with five assists and three turnovers. Hood is a borderline lottery pick (top 14) but could dip after an unimpressive tournament performance.
The 6-foot-4 Smart is expected to be drafted in the top 10.
One player who impressed was
McDermott's draft stock appears to be on the climb.
Kansas shooting guard prospect Wayne Selden had a rough game, scoring just two points on 0 for five shooting.
Kentucky's Julius Randle was also impressive, helping the Wildcats (No. 8) to a 56-49 win over
Randle's teammate, Willie Cauley-Stein, contributed just two points off the bench but collected eight rebounds, four blocks and four steals in 28 minutes. Guard James Young struggled from the field, hitting just three of 13 shots for seven points.
Jordan Adams led the Bruins with 21 points and eight rebounds.
Zach LaVine only scored two off the bench on five shot attempts.
Saturday's action will include