After going undrafted and not playing in the NBA Summer League in July, former Mountaineer Darryl Truck Bryant will join the likes of Alex Ruoff, Casey Mitchell, Joe Herber, John Flowers, and Joe Alexander with plans to play in Europe this fall according to Scott Grayson of WVIllustrated.
During the NBA Draft process where players would go and workout for different NBA teams, Bryant had to change agents. He told us that had that not happened, he would have worked out for seven or eight teams. While that would not have assured his selection in the NBA Draft, not having an opportunity to work out for various teams had to have hurt his chances of getting picked up by a team for the Summer League.
“I will go overseas for a year,” Bryant said. “I’m going to take less money because I am going to a top country, but I am still trying to get to the NBA. Hopefully, I will go over there and dominate and everything will be fine.”
Where Bryant will play isn’t known yet. His new agent is hard at work seeking employment for his client.
“I will know within the next week and a half,” Bryant said. “It’s been day-to-day talking to my agent and seeing what is going on.”