It turns out that this particular NBA combine might have been extremely beneficial for prospects and decision makers.
Many of the executives on hand were likely seeing some of these players live for the very first time. So for some, this gave the big bosses a chance to view everyone under one roof, which allows them to compare one prospect to another.
It's very difficult to come out a loser during this process. You either have to shoot the ball poorly or test/measure poorly to really turn people off here.
On the other hand, some prospects were able to show what they can do in a more free-flowing setting. Prospects are not always put in a position to showcase their strengths during the season based on the system their college coaches run.
Impressions were certainly made during the 2013 combine. Some for the better and some for the worse.