Former member of the All NBA-G League first and All-Rookie teams, Devontae Cacok, has signed with the Nets and will ultimately compete for a two-way open spot. 


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The Nets have already added Kessler Edwards, the 44th pick in the 2021 Draft, as their first two-way player but look to add another spot after signing Cacok and David Duke. Cacok, Duke, and other players the Nets invite to their camp will compete for this final two-way spot. 

Cacok had a dominant run with the South Bay Lakers during his rookie year when he averaged 19.4 points, 11.9 rebounds, 1.1 steals, and 0.4 blocks. Cacok’s performance earned him the chance to join the Los Angeles Lakers during their championship run in the bubble. 

Despite Cacok’s impressive performance in the G League, he only played 20 games this past season, averaging two points and two rebounds in four minutes per game. He competed with the Lakers Summer League team in August, where he averaged 12.1 points and seven rebounds in 5 games.


If Cacok has breakout performances during training camp, there is no doubt that the 24-year-old power forward could add some frontcourt depth to the Nets squad.

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