NBA Rumors: Nets Receiving Plenty Of Calls On Two Rotation Players

While most of the attention of  the Brooklyn Nets' front office is on the Kyrie Irving negotiations, they are still open for business on other fronts as well. And according to one report, they are receiving plenty of calls on "multiple rotation players."

Michael Scotto of HoopsHype reports that "the Nets have received calls on swingman Joe Harris and guard Cam Thomas from several teams around the league gauging Brooklyn’s interest in moving either player."

Joe Harris' shooting was greatly missed by the Nets last season, as he sat out all but 14 games due to ankle surgeries. Nevertheless, "rival teams believe Harris could be more available than in years past," mostly due to the fact that the Nets have another sharpshooter, Seth Curry—obtained in the James Harden/Ben Simmons trade—in the fold. 

The Nets, however, Scotto reports, feel that they'll need maximum floor spacing to allow Ben Simmons to do his thing, so having both Harris and Curry on the floor could be ideal.

As for Thomas, it's believed that he could bring back a first-pick pick in Thursday's draft, if the Nets were so inclined to move him. 

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