Nets trade Landry Shamet to the Phoenix Suns

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Nets trade Landry Shamet to the Phoenix Suns
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Former Nets sharpshooter Landry Shamet has been traded to the Phoenix Suns for Jevon Carter and the 29th pick in this year’s draft. Shamet flourished in role in Brooklyn as a reliable role player who not only stretched the floor, but also defended at an elite level. In the exchange, Jevon Carter will be able to fulfill the defensive duties that Shamet covered.

There’s still questions on who the Nets will draft with pick #29. Some standout players that can fall to Brooklyn are Quentin Grimes, Tre Mann and Vrenz Bleijenbergh. All three of these players can stretch the floor with their perimeter shooting. Grimes, though, is capable of guarding multiple positions. Mann may be the best shooter of the three after shooting it at 40% in his last season for Houston. As for Bleijenbergh, he’s a 6’11” guard that can facilitate at an elite level. He could be one of the biggest steals in this year’s draft.

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