Britt said he was one of six players at Tuesday’s workout that included 1-on-1, 3-on-3 and shooting drills.
“They liked how I operated out of the pick-and-roll,” Britt said. “They thought I did a good job of passing out of the pick-and-roll and was able to make decisions. Really, really good point guard feedback. Also, that I needed to be more consistent shooting the ball from the 3(-point line).”
Britt called himself a student of the game and pointed to being an “extremely smart” player as an attribute.
“I think my biggest strengths are my quickness and my ability to make plays for myself and teammates and being able to put guys in the right spots to get good shots,” Britt said.