Isaac Humphries to attend Mavericks Mini Camp

Mountain Warehouse
Thousands of Car
Tênis Oakley
HealthmateForever, fda cleared, free domestic shipping, model, unit
Classic Football Shirts
Fitflop CA
O+ Biggi - Oxygen Plus
Tbdress Exclusive Coupon: $4 OFF Over $59 for Wearable Technology, Code: Tech, Buy Now!

Written for by Liam Santamaria


Tidebuy  Sexy Swimwear Shop Now!
Peter Millar - Luxurious Clothing for Men and Women
Get Free Shipping on FUL Bags, Backpacks & Travel Gear - At FUL We Create Quality Bags With A Fashion Edge!! Click Here!
Cotton On (AU)
The Edinburgh Woollen Mil
James Perse Enterprises
Isabella Oliver Maternity Sale

Reigning NBL Rookie of the Year, Isaac Humphries, will trial with the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks later this month in an attempt to secure a place at this year’s NBA Summer League.

The former Sydney Kings centre will join New Zealand’s Shea Ili and 2018 NBL Fans’ MVP Mitch Creek at a free agent mini-camp hosted by the Mavericks on June 18-19.

Humphries played 26 games for the Kings last season, averaging 6.9 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.0 block per game, shooting 58.3 percent from the field.

He made six starts and scored in double-figures seven times, producing a standout performance against Adelaide in mid-November when he poured in 17 points and 10 rebounds.

The agile seven-footer then signed a short-term deal with Serbian team FMP where he has played a limited role off the bench during FMP’s championship push.
INOV-8 Nature will always be 728x90
Spring Flight Deals. Get $30 Off.
Purium© SAVE - get $50 OFF orders $75 or more
HatCountry shop now!
Basic Outfitters
Save up to 75% on Flights

According to his agent, Daniel Moldovan of Lighthouse Sports Management, Humphries received mini-camp invitations from multiple NBA teams following his season with the Kings.

However, with his commitments in Serbia not wrapping up until mid-June, the 20-year-old will only attend the Dallas camp.

Kings head coach Andrew Gaze told NBL Media he is excited for Humphries and enjoyed being part of his development throughout the youngster’s first professional season.

“Hopefully he gets a foot in the door,” Gaze said.

“Whether he plays next year in Europe or if he lands with an NBA program, he’s a very smart kid who we think has enormous upside and a very bright future.”

The Mavericks are renowned for the depth of their international scouting and for the second consecutive year a number of NBL players will compete for Summer League spots at the team’s free agent mini-camp.

Last year the Mavs worked out a bevy of NBL players including Rotnei Clarke, Bryce Cotton, Matt Hodgson, Majok Majok and Corey Webster, with Webster earning a spot on their Summer League roster.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.