The Nets do reclamation projects. Could a minor TLC make Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot the upcoming a single?
D’Angelo Russell went from undervalued asset to All-Star, Spencer Dinwiddie from G-League to a Competencies title, and Joe Harris from the waiver wire to last year’s 3-point champ.
Now they’ve challenged Luwawu-Cabarrot to not only stay up to his defensive promise, but be a sparkplug off the bench. And so far he’s risen to the challenge.
“Of study course. They gave me that function and I embrace it: I enjoy it,” Luwawu-Cabarrot explained. “I enjoy to go out there and compete and engage in super-tough. We have a lineup exactly where we actually have anything to do together.”
There had been thoughts regardless of whether Luwawu-Cabarrot could guard at this degree when the Nets signed him in Oct. It took accidents to some others like Kyrie Irving, Caris LeVert and David Nwaba —