The Nets hope Chinese basketball star Ding Yanyuhang will play with the team in the summer league after he practiced earlier this week.
"A lot of guys, we'll wait and see to make that determination," Nets assistant Jacque Vaughn told the New York Post's Brian Lewis. "We'll sit down as a group and come together and see what's best for all those guys."
Yanyuhang, 24, is a 6-foot-7, 200-pound small forward who won back-to-back MVPs in the Chinese Basketball Association. He averaged 26 points and 5.2 rebounds in 45 games for Shandon last season.
The Nets, according to Lewis, denied a report that they heard back about a two-way offer for Yanyuhang, and it's unclear if and when he will come to the NBA.
Last summer, Yanyuhang received a two-way offer from the Mavericks, according to CGTN, after he averaged 6.9 points and 2.6 rebounds in 11 summer league games with Dallas' teams in Las Vegas and Orlando, however he opted to return to China.
Nets forward Caris LeVert said he's been impressed with Yanyuhang's potential, although Yanyuhang has been dealing with a right knee injury.
"He's very skilled, very athletic, very competitive, too,'' LeVert told Lewis. "We like those things. Especially a new teammate, you like to see he's very competitive. And he fits all those box for sure."