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Who's in the gym(s)? Tracking the workouts


We don't know if any of the Nets players will join Kenny Atkinson Monday when he's introduced to the media, but enough of them are around, especially the younger ones.  You can see it on social media, from Facebook to Snapchat.

From what we can tell, four guys have been regulars at HSS Training Center where the press conference will be held at 1 p.m.. Monday -- Markel Brown, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Chris McCullough and Sean Kilpatrick.  In fact, McCullough posted some Instagram video of them in one of the two hydropools at HSS.

A video posted by Chris McCullough (@briskuno) on

McCullough also posted an image of him working out with the simple messaged "6'10" 218," the second number being what we assume is his new weight. Strength is obviously a priority for the 6'11" (according to the roster) stretch 4.

Meanwhile, in Siroki Brijeg, Bosnia, Bojan Bogdanovic has been working out for 10 days.  Although a Croatian citizen and a member of the Croatian national team, Bogdanovic was born in Mostar, Bosnia, where he lives in the off-season.

Bogdanovic said he's working out on his own, not as part of the Croatian national team, trying to stay in shape until the national team starts practicing on June 10. Croatia hopes to grab the last spot in mens' basketball field at the Olympics. Winning the Olympic Qualifying Round won't be easy with both Greece and Italy also trying to sneak in. He starts playing on June 20 with a friendly game vs. Team Canada.

Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young.  Hard to ell with Brook, who doesn't have a Twitter account, but Robin Lopez appears to be on a family vacation in the Rub Al Khali Desert in the United Arab Emirates while Young has been splitting his time between Brooklyn and Memphis, where he's active in youth sports.

Meanwhile, Wayne Ellington first posted, then removed, an image of him on a beach, eating grapes and smoking a cigar.