Carleton Scott

Brooklyn Nets #34 - Forward

  • Born: 10/09/88
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6-8
  • Weight: 218

Mays Makes All-Star Game, but Armor Lose

Just before Monday's game vs. the Rio Grande Vipers, the Rockets affiliate, James Mays learned that he'd been selected for the D-League All-Star Game February 15 in New Orleans. The 6'9" Clemson product spent October with the Nets before being cut.

Reed Again Leads Armor, This Time To A Win

With his family on hand, Willie Reed had his second straight big game for Springfield as the Armor beat the Energy, 98-91. Reed, a Kansas City native, finished with 19 points and 11 rebounds, including seven offensive. He shot 8-of-14.

With James Call-Up by Nets, Are Armor Bigs Happy?

There are probably some long faces Sunday in Springfield and not just because the team lost to the Maine Red Claws. The Nets decision to call up Damion James of the Bakersfield Jam rather than Dennis Horner or Carleton Scott of the Armor had to hurt.

Willie Reed Impresses as Armor Finally Win

The Armor broke a six-game losing streak Wednesday, beating the Sioux Falls Skyforce, thanks to big games from Willie Reed and Carleton Scott, their starting forward. Reed and Scott scored 23 each, Reed impressing with two monster put-back slams.

Horner Returns to Armor But They Lose Again

The lone bright spot in the Armor loss Thursday was the return of Dennis Horner, the 6'9" PF from Atlantic City and North Carolina State. Horner opened last season with the Nets, was sent down and then called up later. He had been playing in Germany

Bad Case of Flu Hurts Armor Again

A bad case of the flu has the Springfield Armor down. James Mays, Springfield's 6'9" center and a call-up candidate, has missed three straight games with the flu, all of the losses. The latest came Monday to the Maine Red Claws, a 105-84 blowout.

Uzoh has 17 in Armor Loss, The Fifth in Six Games

Ben Uzoh, the former Net, scored 17 points in the Armor's 88-79 loss to the D-League's best team, the Santa Cruz Warriors, Friday night. Bob McKinnon, Armor coach, seemed to indicate that an NBA team, not the Nets, may be calling Uzoh up soon.

Scott Double-Double Powers Armor to Win

Carleton Scott, the Nets camp invite out of Notre Dame, had a double double and scored a key bucket to power the Springfield Armor, now 3-1, to a win Friday over the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. Three other Armor bigs also scored in double digits.

Tyshawn, Toko Heading to Springfield Soon

No date has been set for their trip to Springfield, but the Nets will send Tyshawn Taylor and Toko Shengelia to the Armor soon. Shengelia is likely to go first because there are more forwards on the team than point guards.

Springfield Armor Win Opener in Ohio

James Mays, the 26-year-old Nets training camp invite, scored 23 points and grabbed 17 boards as the Springfield Armor beat the Canton Charge in the opening weekend of D-League action. Ben Uzoh, the former Net, also had a double-double for the Armor.

Armor Ready For Season To Start

The Armor open D-League play Saturday in Canton vs. the Cavs' affiliate, the Charge. They feature four players who spent time in NBA camps: Willie Reed with the Kings, Carleton Scott and James Mays with the Nets and Ben Uzoh with the Nuggets.

Ex-Nets Have Their Orders

Ben Uzoh, Carleton Scott and James Mays talk with bloggers about what Avery Johnson told them to work on while their down on the farm at Springfield. Uzoh talks about leadership, Scott about shooting and Mays about what he learned from Reggie Evans.

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