The Nets' free agent mini-camp ended Wednesday with Avery Johnson and Billy King professing it was great and that in Johnson's words, there were "two or three players" they liked and in King's words, "we're trying to build a summer league roster" and would be inviting "some of them" to Orlando in July.
Of the 21, most attention was focused on the five former NBA players who were overseas last year and Ben Hansbrough whose ankle injury hurt his chances of being drafted late by the Nets.Listening to Johnson and King, the Nets said particularly nice things about Adam Morrison, Al Thornton, Julian Wright, Jeff Foote and Hilton Armstrong. Foote, the Armor's seven-foot All-D-League center, has already accepted a summer league spot.
- Nets have plenty of offseason uncertainty besides Deron Williams' decision - Colin Stephenson - Star-Ledger
- Nets hopeful Ben Hansbrough believes being healthy will be enough to land NBA job - Colin Stephenson - Star-Ledger
- Armstrong looks good to Nets - Fred Kerber - New York Post
- Vasquez: Will Nets grow into champs in Brooklyn? - Andy Vasquez - The Record
- NETS VIDEO: Nets FA Camp - Billy King Interview (5/23) - Ben Couch - Brooklyn Nets
- NETS VIDEO: Nets FA Camp - Hilton Armstrong Interview - Ben Couch - Brooklyn Nets
- NETS VIDEO: Nets FA Camp - Ben Hansbrough Interview - Ben Couch - Brooklyn Nets