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The Suns’ work on filling out next season’s frontcourt will include taking a summer team look at former Florida center Patric Young and NBA veteran Josh Harrellson.
Can Pelister: Patric Young, finished his first overseas season today, expected to play Summer League with the Phoenix Suns, sources tells @TrendBasket.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Patric Young – done with Galatasaray – will test NBA market before committing to a club overseas, I’m told.
David Pick: Patric Young, latest cut from New Orleans, is Turkey bound. Source confirms he signed with Galatasaray, via @ismailsenol.
Ismail Senol: Galatasaray Live Hospital has signed Patric Young until the end of the season. The center was just released by the New Orleans Pelicans.
The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has waived Darius Miller and Patric Young. New Orleans’ roster stands at 13.
Patric Young: It’s a blessing to announce that I signed a contract with the New Orleans Pelicans. Thank you to everyone that supported me!!!
Undrafted and disappointed last month during the NBA draft, former Gators center Patric Young quickly found a new home, signing a two-year deal with New Orleans Pelicans. Young’s signing, first reported by OnlyGators.com, was the SEC Defensive Player of the Year and the top inside player last season for the Gators’ Final Four team.
Jason Calmes: Per @gatorhoops, Patric Young has confirmed that he has accepted a summer league invite with the #Pelicans. – @MasonGinsberg
According to a source, Patric Young, who averaged 11 points and 6 rebounds as a senior, worked out for Jackson this month and impressed. The 6-foot-10, 245-pounder is considered an early second-round pick but his stock appears to be rising. An ESPN.com mock draft had him at No. 30.
Michael Scotto: Sources: Rockets brought in Shabazz Napier, Xavier Thames, Patric Young, Chris Udofia, Nick Russell & Kadeem Coleby for a workout. #NBADraft
Jeff Goodman: Patric Young works out for the Phoenix Suns today and San Antonio on Friday, source told ESPN.
Some teams ask tough questions (“If you were a few inches tall and stuck in a blender, how would you get out?”) while others just ask basic ones (“Who will you with during your rookie year?”). Teams also ask players about their drug use, relationship with coaches, background, close friends and incidents from the past. Teams are allowed to interview 18 players. Doug McDermott, Dante Exum, Cleanthony Early, Shabazz Napier, Jarnell Stokes and Patric Young were some of the players who executives said did well in the interviews.