“A lot of ups and downs,” he said at the tournament when asked about his season with Antibes. “I struggled a little bit to get back to my top form after my injuries. New division. I had a really, really good second part of championship. I really improved all year long. I finished on a good note. That’s most important. That was my first professional year that didn’t go as well as I want. It shows me that I’m capable of going through adversity and still perform.”
The Hawks selected Cordinier with the 44th overall pick in 2016. The 6-foot-5 guard said in Las Vegas that his ultimate goal remains playing in the NBA.