• Brezec's agent, Marc Cornstein, said his client would not exercise an opt-out clause that would have made him a free agent in July. Instead, Brezec will play for the Bobcats next season for a salary of about $2.7 million.
Brezec's decision is not a surprise: He played sporadically this season and his production fell, due in part to injuries and fatigue after a grueling summer playing for the Slovenian national team.
• It's possible that Peterson -- one of Jordan's closest friends -- will join the organization as a scout. Peterson sat with Jordan at the pre-draft camp Wednesday and appeared to be taking notes on players.
Peterson acknowledged he's talked to Jordan about a position with the franchise. A source familiar with the situation said that probably would be a scouting job.
Before taking over at Coastal Carolina, Peterson coached Tennessee, Tulsa and Appalachian State. He and Jordan were members of the Tar Heels' 1982 national championship team.