Nets, Chris Chiozza May Have Found Long-Term Fit

Chris Chiozza, who joined the Nets in January on a two-way deal, has made a good impression in Brooklyn, Brian Lewis of the New York Post writes.

Some have compared Chiozza’s progress with the Nets to that of Fred VanVleet with the Raptors. Lewis adds that those comparisons are likely premature, though the point guard could certainly earn a standard deal once the NBA returns to action.

Being on a two-way contract, Chiozza, who spent time with the G League’s Capital City Go-Go earlier this season, isn’t eligible to play for the Nets in the postseason. However, if the NBA returns this season, the franchise could waive a player to give Chiozza a spot on the postseason roster.

In his 11 games with Brooklyn, the former University of Florida point guard was averaging 16.3 points and 5.7 assists per 36 minutes. He knocked down 44.0% of his shots from downtown.

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2 thoughts on “Nets, Chris Chiozza May Have Found Long-Term Fit

  1. Freddie Morales

    He makes Dinwiddie their biggest trade chip. Chiozza has looked really good for them. Sean Marks strikes again

  2. GabeOfThrones

    Loved this guy in college. Wish the Knicks had gotten him. Not like they didn’t have the opportunity to.

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