Isaïa Cordinier has total freedom to make the jump to the NBA from now on. Chosen in the 2016 draft by the Atlanta Hawks, the Brooklyn Nets was the team that maintained its rights in the American league after a closed transfer in the summer of 2018. Now, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, they have chosen to release it.
The New York franchise, immersed in the purpose of achieving the ring, has been closing its staff with veterans that it understands help them to be closer to the goal. In this context, to win now, they believe that continuing to keep the Frenchman does not make sense, so they have let him become a free agent despite having been in the first quintet of the last edition of the Eurocup, which he has played with the Nanterre 92 from France.
Despite being chosen in the draft five years ago, the reality is that the guard He has not made his NBA debut. Between 2016 and 2018 he participated consecutively in the Las Vegas Summer League to average 4.8 points and 2.7 rebounds in 16.4 minutes per night. There it was all. He never made the final roster for Atlanta or Brooklyn.
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