Nets receive offers for Cam Thomas following Summer League dominance

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Nets receive offers for Cam Thomas following Summer League dominance
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Following an incredible Summer League performance, Cam Thomas has reportedly gained interest from a few teams from around the league.

The young shooting guard comes to the NBA Summer League for the second-year in a row and sources suggest that a few teams have made “concrete” offers following his 31-point game against Milwaukee.

Nets reporter Brian Lewis of the New York Post confirms with sources that teams have gained interest in Thomas. According to LegionHoops, the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans have actually tendered offers.

Lewis reports:

Sources told The Post that the Nets have received interest from multiple teams regarding the 6-foot-3, 210 pound guard, with league personnel saying he likely could bring back a first-round pick. The Cavaliers, Mavericks and Pelicans reportedly made concrete offers, according to LegionHoops.

His value has been on the rise after being a consistent role player in his rookie campaign for Brooklyn.

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