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Andrew Harrison heard his name called on NBA draft night. Brother Aaron Harrison, of course did not. The Kentucky basketball products are nonetheless now back in the same boat, set to fight for roster spots during NBA summer league play given Andrew’s draft choice at No. 44 overall — in the second round — doesn’t guarantee a contract. This time last year, he was projected as a first-rounder. “To be honest, all that really doesn’t matter,” Andrew Harrison said Monday while introduced as a Memphis Grizzlies guard. “I’m here now. I’m just happy to be here. You can’t really go back on the past. I’m just happy that I made the decision I made. I enjoyed college for two years, and now I’m just trying to make the team.”
Adrian Wojnarowski: Memphis has traded Jon Leuer to the Phoenix Suns for Andrew Harrison, league source tells Yahoo Sports.
The Brooklyn Nets will hold their final 2015 NBA Draft workout on Monday, June 22, when they will workout six players in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Nets will bring in the following players: Olivier Hanlan, Andrew Harrison, Sam Thompson, Pat Connaughton, Branden Dawson and Cliff Alexander.