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Former Los Angeles Clippers forward Brice Johnson and ex-Oklahoma City Thunder center B.J. Mullens are among those attending the Brooklyn Nets’ three-day minicamp for free agents this weekend, according to multiple reports.
“The team generally holds a few of these minicamps over the summer, inviting players who washed out of the NBA, are playing in the G-League or are toiling overseas,” the New York Post reported. “The best of the lot get a shot to earn an invite to the Nets’ Summer League team in July.”
Other names attending, as compiled by the Post:
Former Thunder guard Semaj Christon; former G League guards Kyle Fogg, Walter Lemon and Josh Gray; NBA journeyman guard Xavier Silas; and former Dallas Mavericks center Jarrod Uthoff.
“There are more players working out at HSS Training Center, but big men Johnson and Mullens may be the most interesting of the names to have come to light,” the Post wrote.
The Nets’ own the No. 29 overall pick in the first round of the draft, via the Toronto Raptors. Their own pick was traded to the Boston Celtics and now belongs to the Cleveland Cavaliers.