"I'm completely happy," Eric Moreland told the Oregonian after the draft. "I don't regret anything, not how I worked out, not leaving school. I thought this was the best decision for me."
A few NBA clubs talked about taking Moreland in the second round, Moreland said, but there was a catch. They wanted him to spend next season overseas or in the development league.
"I was just like, 'Let's just go undrafted,'" he recalled Friday. "I'd rather just go the free-agency route.' Of course, I wanted to get drafted, but at the same time, I have to think about what's best for me."
With eight-plus undrafted free agent offers on the table, Moreland has decided to join the Sacramento Kings' summer league team in Las Vegas (July 11-21). He also plans to tentatively play with the Miami Heat's squad in Orlando (July 5-11).
Five players from last season's Kings team -- including former OSU standout Jared Cunningham -- are slated for summer league.
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