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Randy Foye
Randy Foye
Position: G
Born: 09/09/83
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Salary: $2,500,000
Throughout the season, Foye averaged 5.9 points on 35.1% shooting and 30% for three in what was a down year for the former seventh overall pick. This season he’s in search of a bounce back season, even though his role isn’t entirely clear yet. “I can’t really elaborate on exactly what it’s going to be because you never know,” Foye said matter of factly. “You’ve just got to work as hard as you can every single day, and it’s not about me, it’s about we, it’s about the Nets. No matter what other people say, we know this team can win.”
Foye’s future was in his hands this summer. He was in talks with other teams during free agency, but chose to come to Brooklyn, with familiarity playing a big role. “Brooklyn made the most sense,” Foye said. “I could have gone to other places, but talking to Sean and talking to Kenny and talking to Chris [Fleming] – who coached me – talking to Sebastian [Poirier], talking to all of these different people, it made sense. You go somewhere else, you don’t know anybody, but if you go here you know three or four people. It just made more sense.”
“It was other options where I could’ve signed. Was tempted to wait a little longer (before signing the one-year deal with the Nets), but just from talking to Sean and just from coming from an organization like OKC, just the vision, just everything was so positive. Not that other teams weren’t. But it was just so positive,” Foye, 32, who holds the most NBA experience on Brooklyn’s roster, said in an interview with the Daily News. “And there was more talk about building a culture. A lot of places you go, they search and look for superstars to fill voids every year. But I think this here is more of a culture. And just see how the Spurs and how they build a culture, they have three guys and have other guys come in and are a part of that culture and help build that culture. And that was one of the most important reasons for me signing here.”
Foye said he’s arriving “with no ego” and doesn’t care if he’s starting with the Nets, but there are possibilities with this roster. After Jeremy Lin at point guard and Brook Lopez at center, it’s tough to discern where this lineup is headed, even if Bojan Bogdanovic and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson are given the inside track for the starting wing positions.
Bruce Springsteen has sold off one of his Rumson homes to Newark native and NBA player Randy Foye for $1.737 million, according to Monmouth County records and Zillow.com. The 4-acre property on Bellevue Avenue was not listed on the open market, but Zillow says the deal closed on April 25. Monmouth County records show Foye and Springsteen’s trustees signed a contract to purchase the home in February. RedBankGreen.com first reported the transaction.
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