By Phil Watson
The Brooklyn Nets close out play in the Las Vegas Summer League Friday with a loser’s bracket matchup against the Indiana Pacers. Here’s how to watch.
The Brooklyn Nets close out a somewhat disappointing trip to the Las Vegas Summer League on Friday with a loser’s bracket game against the Indiana Pacers.
The Nets are 0-4 in Vegas and their roster has been decimated by injuries to Chinese Basketball Association domestic MVP Ding Yanyuhang, who returned to China before play began in Vegas, and Argentine draft-and-stash wing Juan Pablo Vaulet, who went home with a foot injury.
Rotation regular Caris LeVert has also not played due to a variety of nagging injuries and second-round pick Rodions Kurucs didn’t get his buyout from FC Barcelona finalized until Thursday and has been unavailable to play.
First-round pick Dzanan Musa signed his rookie deal on Thursday, but it was never in the plans for him to play in Las Vegas after posting career highs in games and minutes last season with KK Cedevita and the Bosnian national team.
A second rotation regular in Las Vegas, center Jarrett Allen, has only played in the last two games for...