|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Atlantic Division||98.6 (3rd)||106.0 (4th)|
Sat Mar 26
|W 120 - 110||IND|
Mon Mar 28
|L 110 - 99||at MIA|
Tue Mar 29
|L 139 - 105||at ORL|
Thu Mar 31
|L 107 - 87||at CLE|
Fri Apr 1
|L 105 - 91||at NY|
Sun Apr 3
|L 106 - 87||NO|
Wed Apr 6
|L 121 - 103||at WAS|
Fri Apr 8
|L 113 - 99||at CHA|
Sun Apr 10
|L 129 - 105||at IND|
Mon Apr 11
|L 120 - 111||WAS|
Wed Apr 13
|L 103 - 96||TOR|
Vasquez announced Friday that he will not compete in the 2016 Olympics in an effort to stay healthy for the start of the NBA season, Mike Mazzeo of ESPN reports.
Vasquez was limited to just 23 games with the Bucks last season with an ankle injury that required surgery, and he said in a statement that the medical staff feels as though he should be working to be healthy for the NBA season. Even with this, there is optimism that the point guard will be ready for the start of the regular season.
Whitehead averaged 8.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game in five Las Vegas Summer League appearances.
Whitehead was a fairly consistent performer in his first Las Vegas Summer League. While he only shot 36 percent from the floor, Whitehead knocked down an impressive 42 percent of his three-pointers. It is no secret that the Nets are desperate for talent. Although the team currently has 15 players under contract for the 2016-17 season, Brooklyn did trade up in the draft to snag the Seton Hall star which could work out in his favor. It's far from a guarantee, but his potential alone could very well be the deciding factor that helps him earn a spot on the depleted roster.
Mockevicius averaged 5.7 points and 3.3 rebounds across three Las Vegas Summer League appearances.
The rookie out of Evansville averaged only 10.7 minutes per game and was a DNP-CD in two contests. He signed a partially guaranteed deal with Brooklyn last month as an undrafted free agent, but it's unlikely he cracks the final roster out of camp.
McCullough averaged 10.4 points and 7.8 rebounds per game in five Las Vegas Summer League contests.
While the Syracuse product impressed as a rebounder and defender, he converted only 36 percent of his field goals, a concerningly low number for an interior player. McCullough put up a 13-point, 10-rebound double-double in a win over the 76ers but followed up with just four points on 2-of-16 shooting in Saturday's tournament-play loss to Cleveland. The 21-year-old remains a project player as he enters his second NBA season, but considering the Nets position as one of the league's weakest teams, he figures to hold down a fairly consistent bench role, as was the case near the end of the 2015-16 campaign.
Kilpatrick averaged 19.2 points and 4.8 rebounds across four Las Vegas Summer League contests.
The Cincinnati product knocked down 48.1 percent of his field goals but struggled from beyond the arc, connecting on just 4-of-16 attempts on the week. Kilpatrick's role for the new-look Nets is somewhat undefined heading into the season, but he figures to hold down a consistent bench role for what might be the weakest team in the league.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Brook Lopez , C||20.6|
|RPG||Thaddeus Young , SF||9|
|APG||Donald Sloan , PG||4.4|
|FG%||Thaddeus Young , SF||51.4|
|FT%||Brook Lopez , C||78.7|
|3P%||Bojan Bogdanovic , SG||38.2|
|BLOCKS||Brook Lopez , C||124|
|STEALS||Thaddeus Young , SF||112|
|MPG||Brook Lopez , C||33.7|
|Full Team Statistics|
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