Now that the draft is over, and three prospects are in the fold, the Nets have turned their attention to the undrafted free agent pool to look for more prospects that they can bring with the team to Orlando for the summer league. The Nets have signed two, Kyle Casey, who worked out with the team earlier in the week, and Alen Omic, a 7'2" Slovenian.
Kyle Casey will play for the Brooklyn Nets' summer league team, according to a source.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) June 27, 2014
Alen Omic will play in the Orlando Summer League with Nets http://t.co/QZfStOd8Yz
— Sportando (@sportando) June 27, 2014
Casey is a 6'7" tweener with a 7'1" wingspan. He had a down season in his senior campaign at Harvard, averaging under 10 points per game for the first time in his collegiate career. Despite his drop in scoring, Casey was a key cog to Harvard's second round appearance in this year's NCAA Tournament.
Omic averaged 11 points and six rebounds in the Adriatic League for his team, Union Olimpija Ljubljana this past season and can be utilized as Brook Lopez workout partner. Lopez is traveling with the team to Orlando.
The team was also reportedly pursuing James McAdoo to join their summer league roster, but he will be playing with the Golden State Warriors.