Treveon Graham Signs Two-Year Deal With Nets

JULY 30: The Nets have officially signed Graham, the team announced today in a press release.

JULY 17: The Nets have reached a two-year agreement with swingman Treveon Graham, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports tweets. The first year of the contract will be fully guaranteed, Charania adds. The deal is expected to be worth the minimum.

The 6’5” Graham had drawn interest from the Cavaliers and Timberwolves, among other teams, during free agency. Graham, 24, appeared in 90 games with the Hornets over the past two seasons.

He was a rotation player last season, seeing action in 63 games, while averaging 4.3 PPG and 1.9 RPG in 16.7 MPG. Graham hasn’t shot many 3-pointers during his short career but he’s made 43.8% from long range.

Graham will try to break into a wing rotation that includes Joe Harris, Caris LeVertDeMarre Carroll and Allen Crabbe.

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4 thoughts on “Treveon Graham Signs Two-Year Deal With Nets

  1. acarneglia

    Still surprised that Charlotte let him go. Good pickup by the Nets though.

  2. x%sure

    Graham should have waited for the Sacto move. He missed CLE’s best bid, or whoever gets a player plucked.

  3. tutopelotas1

    It’s a crazy Buyers Market, where plenty of useful players been made available for really bargain deals.

  4. Cannot see him playing much really, probably his minutes will go way down from last year, pretty irrelevant signing from Brooklyn, probably another roster filler for the min, best of him.

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