Jeremy Senglin was officially signed to a partially-guaranteed deal by the Brooklyn Nets back on August 4 after a good run with their Las Vegas Summer League team.
The Nets had gone after the NCAA’s top three-point shooter — with 132 makes on 295 attempts, a 44.7 percent rate — the day after he wasn’t taken in the NBA Draft.
The 22-year-old Senglin went undrafted after a four-year career at Weber State, where he broke all of Damian Lillard’s records. At 6’2”, he may be a bit undersized for an NBA shooting guard, but he is an elite shooter. Take a look.
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