Nets Sign Justin Anderson To 10-Day Contract

The Nets have officially signed free agent wing Justin Anderson to a 10-day contract, the club announced today in a press release. No corresponding roster move was required, as Brooklyn recently waived David Nwaba to open up a spot on its 15-man squad.

Anderson, the 21st overall pick in the 2015 draft, had spent this season so far with the Raptors 905, Toronto’s G League affiliate. He averaged 21.2 PPG and 6.9 RPG with a .484/.343/.762 shooting line in 13 NBAGL games (33.5 MPG), earning an NBA audition with the Nets.

Anderson, who has appeared in 216 total regular season games, last played in the NBA for Atlanta in 2018/19, recording 3.7 PPG in 48 games (9.6 MPG) for the Hawks. He signed a training camp deal with the Wizards in the fall, but didn’t make Washington’s regular-season roster.

We first heard last Thursday that Anderson would receive a 10-day deal from Brooklyn, but NBA teams weren’t permitted to begin signing those contracts until Sunday. The Nets waited one additional day in order to maximize their 10-day window with Anderson — the team will play six times during his 10-day stint, which ends on January 15.

The Nets now have a full roster, with 15 standard contracts and a pair of players on two-way contracts. The club has made a series of roster moves in recent days, releasing Nwaba and two-way player Henry Ellenson and replacing them with Anderson and new two-way player Chris Chiozza.

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One thought on “Nets Sign Justin Anderson To 10-Day Contract

  1. phenomenalajs

    I don’t think Brooklyn is done here. I thought there was a possibility that the Nets would use Nwaba’s spot to bring back Shumpert. That doesn’t look likely now, but I think they will want to convert TLC’s contract to a regular contract after his 45 days run out. They can’t sign anyone else to a 2-way after 1/15 but TLC may run out the clock for that 2-way anyway. Anderson’s not eligible for a 2-way, but they could try to persuade him to sign a G-League deal with LI if they don’t just release him.

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