HoopsHype Adonis Thomas rumors

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The Brooklyn Nets have signed forward Adonis Thomas to the training camp roster, Nets General Manager Billy King announced today. Thomas, a 6’7” forward out of the University of Memphis, went undrafted in the 2013 NBA Draft. He was signed to the Atlanta Hawks’ training camp roster on Sept. 30, where he appeared in one game before being waived on Oct. 14. Thomas averaged 11.7 points and 4.5 rebounds for Memphis during the 2012-13 season. NBA.com

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Adonis Thomas received a training camp invitation from the Hawks. That brings the final roster to 20 players when practices begin Tuesday. Thomas, a 6-foot-7 guard/forward out of Memphis, was part of the Hawks’ Las Vegas Summer League team. He played in three games and averaged 1.3 points and 9.7 minutes. Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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The workouts are over. It’s time for Memphis to figure out its immediate future before Thursday’s NBA Draft. The Grizzlies held their sixth and seventh -- and final -- pre-draft workouts Monday morning. Nine players worked out in front of director of player personnel and basketball development Stu Lash, GM Chris Wallace and CEO Jason Levien. The group included Jordan Aboudou (France), Vander Blue (Marquette), Jackie Carmichael (Illinois State), Joffrey Lauvergne (France), Janis Timma (Latvia), Adonis Thomas (Memphis), Mitchell Anderson, Jr. (Arkansas Pine Bluff), Jack Cooley (Notre Dame) and Arsalan Kazemi (Iran). Fox Sports Tennessee

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Memphis freshman Adonis Thomas has decided to return to school for his sophomore season and skip the 2012 NBA Draft, sources told CBSSports.com on Wednesday. An official announcement will come late Wednesday afternoon. CBSSports.com

November 17, 2011 Updates

This year, we have just two mid-major players projected as first-round picks. Still, there's plenty of talent to keep an eye on. I spoke with a number of NBA scouts to get a take on five players they'll be scouting closely in the mid-major conferences this season. Here's the breakdown: 1. Adonis Thomas: Freshman, F, Memphis Tigers. Top 100 ranking: 19. Thomas is one of the best freshmen in college basketball and with a breakout year could easily be a lottery pick. From a physical standpoint, he fits the bill. He's quick, explosive athletically and isn't afraid to be physical in the paint. He also has a terrific motor and a high basketball IQ. From that description, he sounds almost like the perfect prospect. The issue for Thomas centers on his position. His game right now resembles more of a 4, but at 6-foot-7, he's probably a small forward in the pros. If he can improve his jump shot and handle this season, he'll shoot up the rankings. ESPN.com

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