Brooklyn Nets

The Brooklyn Nets have finalized their roster with the signings of veteran guard Randy Foye and former No. 1 overall pick Anthony Bennett.

After missing on Allen Crabbe and Tyler Johnson, the Brooklyn Nets moved on quickly to plan-B. On Thursday they put the finishing touches on a roster full of new faces.

According to The Vertical‘s Adrian Wojnarowski and Shams Charania, Brooklyn has agreed to deals with guard Randy Foye and forward Anthony Bennett.

Foye, 32, will be playing on his seventh team in 11 seasons. He will be counted on as a 3-point shooter off the bench at the shooting guard position, where the Nets are extremely thin. Foye averages 36.9 percent from downtown for his career.

The Nets are the most recent team to take a flier on former No. 1 overall pick Anthony Bennett. This will be Bennett’s fourth team in as many seasons. He’s just 23-years-old and already he’s been waived by two different teams. Brooklyn is hoping to get something out of the kid someone once thought was a great prospect.

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