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Corey Brewer
Corey Brewer
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Born: 03/05/86
Height: 6-9 / 2.06
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
Earnings: $54,175,934 ($63,158,036*)

Pelicans assistant Corey Brewer to play in the Big3?

Marc J Spears: Pelicans player development coach and ex-NBA player Corey Brewer is expected to play in the @thebig3 next season, a source told @andscape . 3s Company is expected to add Michael Beasley as a co-captain, Mario Chalmers as player captain, Brandon Rush and Michael Cooper as coach.
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Corey Brewer: Being around Zion Williamson helped, too. It’s hard to not be excited when you’re around someone like him. You can’t truly appreciate him unless you’re around him every day. He’s just incredible. As for the rest of the guys, B.I. is a budding All-Star, Lonzo just had his best season and Josh is getting better every single day. Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Kira Lewis Jr. and Jaxson Hayes are going to have long, productive futures in this league. With all of these guys, I’m so happy to be able to play a small part in their success.
Corey Brewer: Zion truly puts the work in. He’s been working on his shot a lot and is so diligent; he really goes hard. He’s already so great at attacking the basket and being physical, so the next step for him is to add some midrange and continue to develop his three-point shooting. If he’s able to become consistent out there, it’ll open up things for him and his teammates. It’ll also make him literally unstoppable. What’s incredible about him is the fact that even though he’s been getting so much attention for so long, he’s so humble. He really wants to be a great player and is really willing to put in the work. If you didn’t know him, there’s no way you’d ever know that he’s been a household name for so long.
Corey Brewer: At the end of the day, he knows that in order for the team to get to the next level, he needs to continue to improve, and that’s his priority. We’ve been working with him on making quicker decisions, getting to his spots and learning how to counter the looks that defenses are giving him. He’s not a secret anymore; other teams are building defensive gameplans around him and his ability to adjust and learn how to read coverages is really what’s going to help him remain productive and help the team compete every night.