Atlantic Notes: Lopez, Faverani, Nets, 76ers

After the Nets beat the Kings in Shanghai, center Brook Lopez praised the team’s hiring of coach Lionel Hollins, writes Lenn Robbins of “He’s been a successful head coach and he knows what he wants,” said Lopez. “He wants his players to get better. That’s what happened in Memphis and I think that can happen here. Hiring him was the right decision.”  More out of the Atlantic Division..

  • There are murmurs that the Celtics will cut Vitor Faverani, who has a guaranteed contract, to get down to a 15-man roster, according to Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe.  The big man, owed $2.09MM this season, has yet to practice in camp due to pain in his surgically repaired knee.  Meanwhile, Dwight Powell, who is guaranteed ~$507K for the upcoming year, has impressed teammates with his versatility and work ethic.
  • After a strong showing in Shanghai, big man Jerome Jordan may have earned a spot on the Nets‘ roster, writes Reed Wallach of Nets Daily.  The former Knick, who will lock in a partial guarantee of $100K if he’s on the roster through October 25th, has just 21 NBA games to his credit.
  •’s Angus Crawford caught up with Sixers draftee Jordan McRae, who’s currently playing professionally abroad for Melbourne United, about life in Australia and his time in summer league.  The former Tennessee standout also sat down with Hoops Rumors for a Q&A prior to the June draft.
  • Forward Brandon Davies is fighting hard to make the 76ers’ roster.  There’s no guarantee that he will, but, at the very least, coach Brett Brown respects his effort, writes Dei Lynam of

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