As previously reported here at RidiculousUpside.com, D-League guard James Nunnally began hitting the hardwood this week as he started working out for NBA teams to strut his stuff in hopes of snagging a training camp invite.
First up is the Spurs, who will hope to get a good look at what Nunnally can do over the next few days. As the next two weeks progress, RiculousUpside.com has confirmed through a source that the swingman indeed has his sights set on three additional NBA workouts following his time in San Antonio.
After finishing up with the Spurs, Nunnally will hit the road for a mini-tryout tour of sorts. He's set to participate in workouts with the Phoenix Suns later this week, and tryouts with both the Utah Jazz and New Orleans Pelicans will follow.
Clearly, if Nunnally has peaked a team like the Spurs' curiosity, he's certainly worth a look from other teams looking to catch on to his potential.
For what it's worth, two of the aforementioned teams (both the Suns and Jazz) are NBA parent affiliates of the D-League's Bakersfield Jam. Nunnally spent his rookie season helping the Jam secure the first seed in the NBADL this past year.
The swingman spent NBA Summer League in Las Vegas with the Miami Heat in July.