Former Maryland forward Robert Carter Jr. turned down a chance to be drafted in the second round by two different teams that wanted to send him to Europe for more seasoning, according to a report.
Carter’s agent told CSNMid-Atlantic that the Atlanta Hawks and Denver Nuggets both wanted to take Carter and send him to play overseas, but Carter opted to take his chances as a free agent with another team.
Carter ultimately signed a free agent contract with the Golden State Warriors and will play with their summer-league team in Las Vegas next month.
The Hawks had two second-round picks, taking French point guard Isaia Cordinier, 20, at No. 44 and trading Oakland...