Shooting guard Isaia Cordinier is hopeful of landing a two-way contract with the Nets, according to a NetsDaily.com report. Cordinier anticipates playing with Brooklyn’s summer league team. The 6’5” Cordinier was taken in the second round by the Hawks last June and shipped to the Nets in the Jeremy Lin trade. Cordinier played in the French league this season after missing the 2017/18 season due to surgery on both knees to treat tendinitis.
We have more from around the Atlantic Division:
- Central Florida center Tacko Fall’s workout with the Knicks, which was scheduled for Monday, was postponed due to travel issues, Ian Begley of SNY-TV tweets. Fall is expected to reschedule his visit. The 7’7” Fall made a strong impression at the G League Elite Camp and Draft Combine.
- Virginia guard Kyle Guy will be among the prospects the Raptors will evaluate on Tuesday, Blake Murphy of The Athletic tweets. The Raptors will also work out three other guards, including Canadian Andrew Nembhard, Matt Morgan (Cornell) and John Konchar (Purdue Fort Wayne). Centers Dewan Hernandez (Miami-Fla.), and Zach Hankins (Xavier) are the other prospects working out.
- The Celtics worked out Gonzaga shooting guard Zach Norvell Jr. on Monday, A. Sherrod Blakely of NBC Sports Boston tweets. Norvell is ranked No. 16 among shooting guard prospects by ESPN’s Jonathan Givony. Penn State’s Josh Reaves, ranked No. 20 on the shooting guard list by Givony, was also in for a visit, according to Bryan Kalbrosky of Celtics Wire.
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7 thoughts on “Atlantic Notes: Cordinier, Fall, Guy, Norvell”
I really want to see Tacko Fall in the league even if it’s awkward fit play wise. He’s just a massive person.
Slow clap for putting Fall Guy in there.
Blazers are looking for a Fall Guy too.
I feel like a lot of teams are going to regret passing on Fall.
They guy’s name is Tacko. Who doesn’t love Tackos! Hard or soft they are the best.
And…… That’s what she said!
Pulling for Tacko! He is a disruptive force. Some smart coach that dunks still work. Get the other team in foul trouble. There is only one Steph Curry yet all these guys stand out there chucking up 3’s…..stupid yet the coaches don’t stop it.