With the regular season coming closer and training camp coming down to its final days, the Brooklyn Nets have filled out their final roster spot with guard Marcus Zegarowski.
Brooklyn announced their signing intentions on Twitter earlier this week.
Zegarowski was the Nets 2021 2nd round draft pick, who was sent down to play with the G League affiliate the Long Island Nets. He only played a total of eight games, posting ten points per game, with a couple of rebounds and assists.
The Creighton guard will join NBA role players Chris Chiozza and Yuta Watanabe on Exhibit 10 deals. UNLV slasher Donovan Williams has also been to camp, despite not officially inking a contract.
Zegarowski will make the fourth Exhibit 10 player on the roster, which guarantees if the player is cut then the Long Island Nets retain their rights.
The Brooklyn Nets now have 12 fully guaranteed contracts, with quite a handful of help coming from two-way and Exhibit 10 contracts.
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Story originally appeared on Nets Wire