While everyone in NetsLand are mulling the Midnight Madness that led to a significant roster remake, Brooklyn’s Summer League players are looking for their first win. The Nets entry, now 0-4 and the league’s only winless team, will face the Pacers.
The game is being televised on ESPNU.
It’s uncertain who among the Nets decimated roster will play. Jarrett Allen has played well in his two games, but there’s no guarantee he’ll take the floor at 4 p.m. Caris LeVert, the only other member of the Nets 15-man roster, is unlikely to play as well. When the Nets played two nights ago, LeVert sat with his Brooklyn teammates (two of which were traded Friday) rather than on the Summer League bench.
The Pacers roster includes Aaron Holiday, the rookie point guard taken at No. 23 in last month’s draft and Alize Johnson the 6’9” small forward, their second round pick. Also, on the roster, Indiana’s T.J. Leaf, a 6’10” power forward.
As of Thursday night, Sean Marks was still in Vegas, having signed Dzanan Musa, the Nets first rounder, to a four-year, $9.15 million deal.