The Brooklyn Nets have had a solid offseason as they have seen most of their 2023 NBA Draft picks in action in the annual summer league in Vegas and have signed a good amount of players in free-agency. They may have their sights on yet another player that is trying to get back into the NBA.
According to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News, the Nets will attend a workout in Miami for free-agent Harry Giles. Brooklyn still has a Two-Way slot open and it’s possible that Brooklyn wants to get a look at Giles to see if they want to give that spot to him.
Giles, 25, came into the league with some promise as the 20th overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft out of Duke. Giles played his two seasons with the Sacramento Kings, but spent a good amount of his career in Sacramento playing with its G League affiliate. Giles has not played an NBA game since the 2020-21 season due to a variety of injuries and trying to get back onto an NBA roster.
The Nets will attend a workout tomorrow in Miami for free agent Harry Giles, his agent Daniel Hazan told the News.
Giles, a former 1st rd pick, is eligible for a 2-way contract after he and Hazan successfully appealed for a new CBA rule that takes into account missed seasons
— Stefan Bondy (@SBondyNYDN) August 4, 2023
Source: Yahoo Sports