Sean May will attend mini-camps this month with the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors.
May has played internationally since his last NBA stint in 2010 with the Sacramento Kings.
May was the 13th overall selection in the 2005 NBA Draft.
The comments made by Rashad McCants in an interview with ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” alleged that the former North Carolina guard took bogus courses, rarely showed up to class, but received passing grades anyway. McCants, who played in Chapel Hill from from 2002-05–winning a national title in his final season–also inferred that his Tar Heel teammates were given the same...
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The former Carolina player addresses the crowd and Coach Williams with a surprise speech at Late Night.
The New York Knicks still have a couple of contracts to hand out before training camp begins and continue to bring in players that could potentially fill a small role on next year’s club.
They did that on Wednesday by holding workouts for a couple veteran big men in Sean May and D.J. White.
May 29 was selected 13th overall by the Bobcats in the 2005 draft. However the UNC product...
Free agent forward Sean May is working out for the New York Knicks today, league source tells Y! Sports. He played in France last season.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) August 7, 2013
This is a name I thought I would never here again. Sean May, out of Tar Hell country, is attempting a comeback of sorts. Last year he played in France after a suspect tenure...
Sean May is working out for the New York Knicks on Wednesday.
May played last season in France for Paris-Levallois Basket.
Roy Williams talked about next season on a Tar Heel Tour stop in Greensboro and among the biggest needs for 2013-14 is a big man, maybe two to step up.
The primary question leading into practice next fall revolves around which post player will emerge as a complimentary option at the 5-spot alongside McAdoo – a probe that went unanswered last season.
"We need one of the big...
Maybe it is time to ask, for about the 30th time in the last four years, what is up with UCLA basketball.
You have heard by now that the Bruins blew an 18-point second-half lead and lost to Cal-Poly on Sunday. This game was played in front of 8,317 people in a building that holds 12,829. At the end of the game, after UCLA tied it, Norman Powell committed a foul on purpose with...
Maybe it’s because of all the scandal coverage is being devoted to Happy Valley. Maybe it’s because the school already punished itself in related events, including the firing of their head coach and forced resignation of the AD. Maybe it’s because it has been dragging on for some two years. Maybe it is because so many journalists happen to come from this school. Or maybe it’s...
Sean May was the 13th overall pick in the 2005 draft.