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Late second round to undrafted.



“He surprised me because he can really shoot the ball. I didn’t know he could shoot the ball quite that well. Again, he’s a strong kid who’s tough and competed, he had a very good day today.”
—Nets General Manager Kiki Vandeweghe

“Antoine did a good job today. In the workout he shot the ball well and competed well against Ramel Bradley. He plays very hard. I wouldn’t call either Antoine or Ramel true points, but they both have true point guard skills. He did a good job of defending the dribble.”
—Nets Director of Scouting Gregg Polinsky



On the opportunity to be drafted by the Nets and play in the New York area
“It means a lot. I have a lot of family and friends so they won’t have to travel far to see me.”

On his mindset going into workouts
“Do my best. Don’t worry about anyone else. Just compete and play hard. Try to do things I’m good at. If you expose your weaknesses then you might be in trouble.”



During 2007-08 senior season averaged 22.7 points and 3.9 rebounds…Named First Team All-CAA for second straight season…Became Hofstra’s all-time leading scorer on Feb. 27 against Delaware and ranks second all-time in CAA history…During 2006-07 junior season averaged 20.2 points and 4.0 rebounds…Named First Team All-CAA…All-Tournament Team at Great Alaskan Shootout…Third in the CAA in scoring and first in three-pointers made…Averaged team-high 38.3 minutes…During 2005-06 sophomore season averaged 17.2 point and 2.9 rebounds…Second team All-CAA…Fourth in CAA in scoring…First sophomore in school history to reach the 1000-point plateau…During 2004-05 freshman season averaged 15.1 points and 3.2 rebounds…Unanimous CAA Rookie of the Year…Third team All-CAA…CAA All-Tournament Team…Ranked eighth in country among freshman in scoring.


“Laziness drives him to take 500 extra shots a day. Laziness made him work to develop from a catch-and-shoot guy into a diversified player who entered the weekend tied for the NCAA lead in scoring (27.0 points) and on the verge of breaking Hofstra’s 43-year-old career points record.” – Mike Ogle, New York TImes

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