Draft Workouts: Nets, Smith Jr., Magic, Bucks, Celtics

The Nets will be the only non-playoff team without a close eye on Tuesday night’s lottery results, since the Celtics have swap rights to their first-round pick. But after that swap is made, the Nets will hold the rights to the first-round picks for the two teams in action on Monday night, the Celtics and the Wizards. And Brooklyn is busy exploring its options for those two late first-round selections, along with its second-round pick.

According to Adam Zagoria of ZagsBlog.com, the Nets will bring in Rawle Alkins, Melo Trimble, Kobi Simmons, Davon Reed, Amida Brimah, and Omer Yurtseven for a group workout on Tuesday. On Thursday, Brooklyn will take a closer look at Josh Hart and Tyler Dorsey. Meanwhile, Purdue’s Caleb Swanigan is also expected to be a part of that Thursday workout, per Nathan Baird of The Journal & Courier (Twitter link).

As Brooklyn does its homework on the non-lottery prospects in this year’s draft class, let’s check out a few more workout-related updates, including an additional note on Swanigan:

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3 thoughts on “Draft Workouts: Nets, Smith Jr., Magic, Bucks, Celtics

  1. GuruGray

    So in other words, the Nets are scouting future undrafted free agents or late 2nd round picks in addition to Caleb Swanigan

  2. Dionis

    I understand the Nets lost their early first round picks but their might be players they can pick up late in the first round, mayne Luke Kennard will be available by the time they pick. They already have a decent core of Lin,Lopez, and Hollis-Jefferson. Maybe overpay a bit for Redick? He’ll likely sign if they pay him that $18-$20 mil

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