June 23, 2017 - Earlier this week, HoyaReport.com published a report noting former Georgetown standout Rodney Pryor had been selected first in the Harlem Globetrotter's draft. At a minimum it showed Pryor, who led the Hoyas in scoring and rebounding with 18 ppg and 4.9 rpg respectively last season, was wanted in professional basketball.
He's also desired by other organizations; per tweets from him and @NBSSportsHour, Pryor is apparently going to suit up for Brooklyn's Nets in National Basketball Association Summer League action. The Nets first play July 7th, with Las Vegas' Cox Pavilion being the venue.
Good luck goes out to Pryor, a prolific finisher who tickled the twine from three point land at 42.2%, while sinking 48.8% of all shots.
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