Former Kentucky Wildcat SG, Julius Mays worked out for the Brooklyn Nets in Easy Rutherford, New Jersey today as the graduate student transfer looks to continue his basketball career in the NBA.
The 6’2″ guard from Marian, Indiana averaged 9.3 points a game and mainly played shooting guard, but today managed to show his skills from the 1 and 2 positions during his workout with the Nets. All signs are that the workout went well, as Mays managed to put up 17 points during the 24 minute scrimmage game.
Kentucky coach John Calipari was in attendance for the workout and managed to Tweet this after everything was over.
With Julius after his great workout at today’s combine. Proud of you, kid. twitter.com/UKCoachCalipar…
— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) May 23, 2013
While Mays is expected to go undrafted in next months NBA draft, Uncle Julius could easily find an invite to the NBA summer league as a free agent if the positive workouts continue.