The newest Net, Antoine Wright, initially had a hard time finding the team's headquarters, but once he did, he told beat reporters he knew he was in the Wright place. Mile Ilic, the 7'1" Bosnia center taken in the second round, was also on hand after meeting with Nets strength and conditioning coach, Rich Dalatri. And say Nets officials, both are in a better place than Laker pick and Plainsboro resident Andrew Bynum.
Meanwhile, the Nets began stocking their summer league team, bringing back Awvee Storey and trying to recruit undrafted players like Florida's Matt Walsh and Anthony Roberson and Clemson's Sharrod Ford.
- Nets go with their gut with Wright - Al Iannazzone - YES Network
- Wright is able to find his way - Dave D'Allesandro - Newark Star-Ledger
- Family Matters - Fred Kerber - New York Post
- Nets hope pick is Wright on time - Ohm Youngmisuk - New York Daily News
- Draft picks fill Nets' needs - Harry Frezza Jr. - Asbury Park Press
- Woj: Bynum a bad gamble for L.A. - Adrian Wojnarowski - Bergen Record
- Nets Look to Antoine to Help Wright Ship - Chris Creed - New Jersey Nets