Brooklyn Nets Re-Sign Free Agent Guard

After earning his way into the Brooklyn Nets rotation at various times last season, and then a sizzling Summer League performance, undrafted guard David Duke Jr. will be back with Nets this season. 

The report has Duke agreeing to accept a two-way contract, after turning down such a deal earlier in the summer. The 6'5" guard would be hoping to have the two-way converted into a full contract depending on his performance at camp and beyond. 

In late December and early January last season, as well as later in February, Duke Jr. played some major minutes for the Nets when the team was shorthanded. Overall, he averaged 4.7 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 1.8 assists in 22 games on the season.

In Summer League last month in Las Vegas, the 22-year-old stepped it up large, averaging 19.0 points on 50% shooting, along with 4.6 rebounds and 4.0 assists in almost 29 minutes per game. 

The Nets now have 15 players set to come to training camp, with 12 on guaranteed contracts. 

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