Vasily Karasev, Sergey’s father, has no idea what’s next for his son, but it won’t be with the Brooklyn Nets, reports Sportando.
Vasily Karasev on his son's future: 'One thing is for sure, Sergey will leave Brooklyn' https://t.co/n2xysXJL1l
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Sergey Karasev became an unrestricted free agent for this summer after Brooklyn declined to pick up his fourth-year option last November. Sergey’s father leaves a return to Europe open, but, no matter what, he says his son’s destination will not be in Brooklyn.
In two seasons with the Nets, Karasev averaged 3.5 points on 40% from the field in just 13.4 minutes per game. Karasev came to Brooklyn as part of the Jarrett Jack trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2014 and has since struggled to make an impact because of injuries and slow development.
Of course, this is not the first time we’ve heard from the elder Karasev on behalf of his son as he spoke out against former head coach Lionel Hollins’ rotation in late November.