The Hoop Docs loved Sean May’s college game. The guy played with passion and focus. It’s hard to watch as his NBA career falls apart due to injury and poor physical condition.
The New Jersey Nets have waived forward Sean May.
Nets general manager Billy King said Tuesday that May suffered a stress fracture to his left foot during a workout last week.
King said the team believes the four- to eight-week rehab period would not afford May a legitimate chance to make the roster.
May signed with the Nets on Aug. 9. The 6-foot-9, 266-pound May has averaged 6.9 points and 4.0 rebounds over 119 career games with Charlotte and Sacramento.
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