Tyshawn Taylor played two seasons for the Nets from 2012 through 2014, but didn't get into this NBA this past year. The latest bit of news on him probably won't help his attempt to make a comeback.From Mitch Abramson of the New York Daily News:The 25-year-old Taylor was a standout at the University of Kansas from 2008 to 2012. His top skill is still spilling soda.(h/t New York Daily News)
Originally posted on ZagsBlog.com: Former Brooklyn Nets and Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor has signed with Atléticos de San Germán in Puerto Rico, the team announced on its Facebook page. Taylor’s former St. Anthony High School teammate, Mike Rosario, as well as former St. Anthony forward Chris Gaston both play for Leones de Ponce in Puerto Rico. It’s unclear what the...
According to A. Sherrod Blakely, and a hand full of other sources, the Maine Red Claws have come to an agreement with former Brooklyn Net Tyshawn Taylor. While most NBA fans know him for his involvement in 'Soda Gate' there is reason to get (moderately) excited about the prospect.Taylor is a very athletic 6'3 Point Guard who is about as quick as they come. He can create (both for...
The New Orleans Pelicans have acquired Tyshawn Taylor and cash considerations from the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for the draft rights to Edin Bavcic. Taylor, a second round pick by the Nets in the 2012 NBA Draft, appeared in 29 games this season for the Nets and averaged 3.9 points, 1.6 assists and 0.5 steals in 11.7 minutes per game. The Kansas product holds career averages of 2...
The Brooklyn Nets acquired guard Marquis Teague from Chicago for Toko Shengalia on Saturday, and also sent guard Tyshawn Taylor to New Orleans in a separate move, a person with knowledge of the deals said. The trades, first reported by Yahoo Sports, open up a roster spot for the Nets, who sent cash along with Taylor to the Pelicans for a future draft pick. It also gives Brooklyn...
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Later tonight, the Brooklyn Nets/Miami Heat game will be the first NBA game in a long time where players have nicknames on the back of the jerseys. As some of the rest of the Nets nickname jerseys have trickled out over the Interwebs, Brooklyn guard Tyshawn Taylor decided to try and get some more Instagram followers with his nickname: "@tee_y " — gunna be on the back of my jersey...
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