Nets to work out a dozen NBA prospects over two days

Reggie Bullock, Montay Brandon
UNC's Reggie Bullock (AP)

Reggie Bullock, Montay Brandon
UNC’s Reggie Bullock (AP)
The Brooklyn Nets will host two pre-draft workouts, Tuesday, June 11th and Wednesday, June 12th, to look at prospects for the upcoming NBA Draft on June 27th. The Nets currently hold the 22nd pick in the first round.

Vincent Council (PG, Providence), Ray McCallum (PG, Detroit), Dami Sapara (SG, College of the Ozarks), Allen Crabbe (SG, California), Reggie Johnson (C, Miami), and Jeff Withey (C, Kansas) will attend Tuesday’s workout. The Nets have been connected to Crabbe and Withey before, while the others are projected either in the late second round or undrafted.

On Wednesday, the Nets will work out Chris Flores (PG, NJIT), Tyler Brown (SG, Illinois State), Archie Goodwin (SG, Kentucky), A.J. Davis (SF, James Madison), Tony Snell (SF, New Mexico), and Reggie Bullock (SF, UNC). Bullock and Snell are both projected as late first-round picks, and the rest are likely second-round picks or will go undrafted.

The Nets, who owned just the 57th pick in the NBA Draft last season, made two trades (both pure cash deals) to pick players in the second round: one for the 41st pick (to select Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor) and one for the 55th pick (to select Georgian forward Tornike Shengelia).

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