Nene later signed a free-agent contract with the Houston Rockets in 2016. He played three seasons in Houston before being traded to the Atlanta Hawks as part of the Clint Capela trade last season. Nene was then waived by the Hawks prior to this season.
He finished his NBA career with averages of 10.8 points, 6.4 rebounds and 0.5 assists in 29.3 minutes per game. In 456 games over 12 seasons with six teams, Nene averaged 9.6 points, 6.1 rebounds and 0.7 assists.
After ending his NBA career, Nene joined Pumas UNAM on a one-year deal.
Nemeth, a second-round (No. 41) choice of the Stars in the 2010 NHL Draft, made his NHL debut on April 1, 2014, in a 5-0 victory over the Washington Capitals, and he played eight games in the 2013-14 season. He scored his first career goal on October 26, 2013, against Jonas Hiller of the Anaheim Ducks.
Nemeth played four seasons with Boston University, where he won a national championship, before turning pro. As a freshman in 2012-13, he was named to the Hockey East All-Star Team after scoring 29 points (10 goals, 19 assists) in 24 games. The following year, he improved upon that number by scoring 31 points (11 goals, 20 assists) in 23 games before leaving school early to join the Stars' organization.
Nemeth was born on January 4, 1992, in Budapest, Hungary. He grew up in Norwell, Massachusetts, and attended Norwell High School, where he played three seasons as a forward for the hockey team. In 2011-12, he helped lead the team to a state title, scoring 15 points (7 goals, 8 assists) in 16 games. Nemeth was drafted by the Stars with their second pick (41st overall) in the 2010 NHL Draft. He chose to continue playing college hockey instead of turning professional at the time.
Houston Rockets (2016–2019). 2011-2016 Denver Nuggets against. Washington Wizards, 2002-2012 Nene/All groups
From 1995 until 1998, Nelsen was a member of Christchurch United. Even after relocating to the United States, he returned to the club for a semester's hiatus from his university football scholarship at Greensboro College. He later earned a degree in sports management and business administration.
United played in the Southern Football League during Nelsen's time with them, finishing second twice - once when he was a player and again when he was coaching them. The team was promoted to the SFL Premier Division when they first competed in 1995, but were relegated back to the SFL Division One after just one season. In 1997, United won the SFL Division One title after beating Waiwera Bulls 26-6 on aggregate in the final. They then moved up to the SFL Premier Division where they remained for two seasons before being relegated back down again.
During his time at United, Nelsen also had trials with English clubs Wimbledon and Barnet, but neither move came to fruition.
After leaving United, Nelsen went on to coach college football teams at Wake Forest University and North Carolina State University before becoming manager of the New Zealand national football team in 2005. In January 2010, he was named as the new head coach of Vancouver Whitecaps FC of Major League Soccer.
On October 27, 1970, Negri was born in Milan. He began his career with Udinese in 1988-89, making three appearances, and went on to make five more for the team in 1990-91. He played 27 games for Novara in the 1989-90 Serie C2 season. In 1991-92, he joined Padova where he made 50 appearances and scored four goals.
Negri played only one game for Genoa in 1992-93 before moving on to Villarreal where he made 75 appearances over three seasons. In 1996-97, he had a short stint with Bologna before joining Roma where he ended up winning two titles: the Coppa Italia in his first season and the Supercoppa Italiana in 1998. The following year, he moved on to Parma where he won another title: the UEFA Cup. In 2001, he returned to Italy and played one season with Catania before ending his career in 2002.
After retirement, Negri has worked as a coach. In 2004, he took over at Empoli but was fired after only one season. From 2005 to 2007, he served as Giovanni Trapattoni's assistant at Lazio. In 2007, he was hired by Udine as their manager but was fired after only one season. In 2008, he became an assistant at Juventus under current Italy boss Antonio Conte.