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Not surprisingly, Nets extend Archie Goodwin another 10 days

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With one game left on his first 10-day contract, Archie Goodwin got a second which will take him within a week of the regular season’s end. Originally reported by Michael Scott of Basketball Insiders the Nets announced the extension Saturday.

Prior to Thursday’s game vs. the Suns, Kenny Atkinson said things were “trending positive” on keeping Goodwin. The Nets called up Goodwin, 22, on March 15 from Greensboro where he played this season after being dropped by the Pelicans. He had played three years with the Suns, who drafted him in 2013, prior to this season.

Goodwin has appeared in four games for Brooklyn, averaging 9.0 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 13.4 minutes per game while shooting .650 (13-of-20) from the field and 40 (2-of-5) from three and scoring in double figures three times.