Just before Monday's game vs. the Rio Grande Vipers, the Rockets affiliate, James Mays learned that he'd been selected for the D-League All-Star Game February 15 in New Orleans. The 6'9" Clemson product spent October with the Nets before being cut and joining the Armor. Mays leads the D-League in double-doubles.
On Monday, vs. the Vipers, Mays had 14 points and eight rebounds, but Rio Grande prevailed, 119-97. Four other members of the Armor finished in double figures, with fellow Nets camp invite, Carleton Scott, leading with 23 points on 6-of-9 from three. It was a good turnabout for Scott, who many of the Nets coaching staff had high hopes for. In the past four games, he shot 5-of-21 from deep. Ex-Net Dennis Horner went for 15 and 6 and Willie Reed had his worst game in two weeks, finishing with 10 and 5, and shooting 4-of-10.
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