James Webb played in 10 games with the Brooklyn Nets last season while on a two-way contract and there was no surprise we was a part of the Summer League roster. He had a good Summer League run with Brooklyn and his future is looking good to say the least.
His offensive game is strong. Webb can score from all areas of the floor. He is a good wing option and showed the wing position fits him the best. He was one of Brooklyn’s minutes leaders in Las Vegas at 18.8 minutes per game and was one of the best wings on that roster.
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Aside from his consistent shooting, he can spread the floor and gave the Nets a lot of options on the offensive end. Webb can drive the ball and make good passes. The forward was one of the most consistent offensive players on the Nets Summer League roster, making him stand out.
On the defensive end, he is consistent. He limits his players space and uses his length to his advantage. He is a steal threat and covers a good amount of space at the 3.
Overall, there will be no surprise to see Webb at training camp. Now, regarding his Nets future, he has competition at the forward position. Brooklyn renounced their rights to the restricted free agent on July 6 and has added Kenneth Faried, Darrell Arthur and Ed Davis to the frontcourt.
With that being said, it is likely he will spend a good majority of the 2018-19 season with the Long Island Nets.