Jeff Foote, the Armor center who spent 10 days with the Hornets, was back with the Nets' D-League affiliate Monday night in North Dakota, but it didn't help. The Armor lost to the Dakota Wizards in a crucial game with playoff implications. Foote, who many in the Nets and Armor organizations see as the team's best NBA prospect, had 18 and 13 after playing sparing minutes in New Orleans.
"I think he’s going to have a 12-year NBA career," Armor coach Bob MacKinnon said of Foote. "When you’ve got a guy who’s going to be an NBA player on your roster, it’s a quality player. We’ve been playing a couple players short for a couple of weeks now."