Former Nets Two-Way Player Jacob Wiley Signs In Germany

Jacob Wiley, who appeared in five games for the Nets on a two-way contract this season, has signed a contract to play in Germany, according to Nicola Lupo of Sportando. This will be the first European stint for Wiley, who joins MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg in the German first division.

Undrafted out of Eastern Washington last summer, Wiley signed a two-way deal with Brooklyn in August and spent most of his time with the organization’s G League affiliate in Long Island. He averaged 6.6 minutes in his brief time in the NBA, scoring 0.8 points and pulling down 2.2 rebounds per game.

The Nets waived Wiley in mid-January when they signed James Webb to a two-way deal.

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