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Former Syracuse guard Brandon Triche will play with the Knicks and former Syracuse forward James Southerland will play with New Orleans, Syracuse.com reported.
After starting and winning more games at Syracuse University than anyone before him, Brandon Triche was understandably disappointed when he was not picked in the NBA Draft. But the Jamesville native is not about to give up. Triche will get another chance to show he belongs in the NBA with the Charlotte Bobcats’ summer team, which plays in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas beginning July 17. His hope is to impress either Charlotte or another team enough to get a training camp invite.
After not being selected in Thursday night’s NBA Draft, former Syracuse University guard Brandon Triche has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Charlotte Bobcats. Triche confirmed the agreement with the Bobcats in a text message on Friday morning.
Paul Coro: Besides Bullock, Felix & Hill, today’s #Suns workout also has Syracuse’s James Southerland and Brandon Triche and Gonzaga’s Elias Harris.
The Clippers will conduct their second pre-Draft workout of the week on Wednesday when they bring in a group of guards and athletic wing players. Lorenzo Brown, a junior guard from North Carolina State, is the highest rated prospect among the group. Brandon Triche (Syracuse), James Ennis (Long Beach State) and Kwame Alexander (Cal State San Bernardino) will also attend the morning workout.
The Knicks have six players on tap for Monday workouts. Here’s the entire list of players they’ve worked out. • Isaiah Canaan, Guard, 6-1, 195, Murray State, Senior • Brandon Triche, Guard, 6-4, 210, Syracuse, Senior • Deshaun Thomas, Forward, 6-7, 225, Ohio State, Junior
Lakers: Pre-draft workouts today w/ Kenny Kadji, Peyton Siva, Brandon Triche, Dewaye Dedmon, C.J. Harris & B.J. Young. pic.twitter.com/aJBhDoLL6l
Brandon Triche has now worked out at the Nets combine and with the Detroit Pistons, the Portland Trail Blazers, the Sacramento Kings and now the Knicks. He works out for the Lakers next week.
Kings announce 6 players to come in in for pre-draft workout on Monday Will Cherry (Montana), Chris Evans (Kent State), Rudy Gobert (Cholet – France), Aziz N’Diaye (Washington), Travis Releford (Kansas), Brandon Triche (Syracuse). The current front office staff under Geoff Petrie will run the workout.
The Trail Blazers continued their search for second-round NBA Draft talent on Friday, when they hosted their second round of predraft workouts at the practice facility in Tualatin. The prospects included: Grant Jerrett, a 6-foot-10 forward from Arizona; Brandon Triche, a 6-4 guard from Syracuse; D.J. Cooper, a 6-0 guard from Ohio; and Gregory Echenique, a 6-9 center from Creighton.