The Brooklyn Nets will host another group workout today at their practice center in Rutherford, New Jersey, but this one’s a little different from past workouts: while all of their previous workouts contained at least one projected first-round pick, all six of today’s scheduled prospects are projected to go late in the second round. That would indicate the Nets, today, are looking at possible players they could buy with a second-round pick. The Nets currently own just the 22nd pick in the first round.
Today’s prospects are Trevin Parks (6’0″ PG, Johnson C. Smith), Lamont Jones (6’0″ PG, Iona), Kevin Parrom (6’6″ SF, Arizona), Jordan Aboudou (6’6″ SF, Chalon-Sur Saone of France), Richard Howell (6’8″ PF, N.C. State), and Vander Joaquim (6’11” C, Hawaii). All of today’s scheduled prospects are seniors at least 22 years old, falling in line with Jason Kidd’s statements yesterday that the Nets are looking for players with experience.
Though it’s not confirmed, expect Kidd at the workout.
Some notes on today’s prospects: