Ryan Boatright had himself a strong summer league, scoring efficiently and often while running the summer Nets' offense. Now, he feels comfortable he will end up on the team's roster, though it's hardly a guarantee since the Nets are actually over the roster limit at the moment.
Boatright had some pretty confident quotes in Rod Boone's feature on him over at Newsday:
Boatright played four years at UConn and averaged 19.5 points as a senior while shooting 41 percent from long range. The Nets need shooters and they need another point guard. It makes sense that he would be a fit on the roster.
Just don't get too comfortable, Ryan. You haven't made it just yet.