2015 NBA Draft
They got younger, more athletic and better defensively. There are more players willing to sacrifice their bodies. The roster is filled with players on second chances., Sounds like a Lionel Hollins team. Barclays Center as Grindhouse North?
Juan Pablo Vaulet, who the Nets traded for on Draft Night, will not play in either summer league after injuring his ankle and knee, according to media reports in his native Argentina. He will have travel to the US to meet with team officials.
The Nets are pushing Hollis-Jefferson, who has the personality to win over fans. In the team-arranged rookie tour of the borough, from Peter Luger to the HSS Training Center, he showed off a bit.
With the draft seen as a success and the first few hours of free agency a win as well, the Nets are trying to solve their biggest problem: reducing their salary by finding someone to take their two big bucks backcourt players, Joe Johnson and Deron Williams.
It was a particularly ugly injury, one that hushed the Carrier Dome. Now six months later, Chris McCullough is about start running. It's been a long rehab and it will longer still. Grit Media chronicles what it's like for him and his family.
And another one. Fresh off a report that the top undrafted prospect, Cliff Alexander, has signed with the Nets, Shams Charania of RealGM reports another of those not picked Thursday will play for Brooklyn in the summer league. Ryan Boatright,
With the 29th pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, the Brooklyn Nets have chosen Christopher McCullough from Syracuse University. Plagued by a torn ACL, McCullough played just 16 games his Freshman year, but still impressed scouts around the league.