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Nets sign Milton Doyle, Jeremy Senglin to camp deals

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The Nets have signed guards Milton Doyle and Jeremy Senglin, both of whom played for the Nets summer league team in Las Vegas. Per team policy, terms of the deals were not released but the two contracts appear to be training camp deals.

Michael Scotto of Basketball Insiders tweets the two deals are one-year, with partial guarantees.

The two, both four year players, went undrafted in June.

There’s no indication either will get a two-way contract from the Nets. NBA teams can sign two players to deals that give the players spots on both NBA and G-League rosters. Last month, the Nets announced they had signed Yakuba “Billy” Ouattara, a 6’3” French-Ghanian guard, to a two-way contract.

Both are likely to wind up at Nassau Coliseum with the Long Island Nets.

With the signings, the Nets are now at 16 players, 13 of whom are on guaranteed deals plus Ouattara. The Nets can bring as many as 20 players into camp.

Here are the Nets profiles of Doyle and Senglin...

Doyle (6’4”, 180) joins the Nets after a four-year career (2013-17) at Loyola University Chicago. In 121 career games (98 starts), Doyle recorded averages of 13.3 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 30.4 minutes per contest. He became the first player in program history to earn All-Missouri Valley Conference First Team honors after averaging 15.2 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.4 assists in 32.6 minutes per game during his senior season, while scoring in double figures in all but one of his 32 games. The Chicago native also earned Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer and Freshman of the Year awards during his collegiate career and ended his tenure ranked eighth in school history in points (1,606) and fifth in assists (459).

Senglin (6’2”, 190), a native of Arlington, Texas, played four collegiate seasons (2013-17) for Weber State. In 124 career games (123 starts), he averaged 16.7 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 33.7 minutes per contest. He concluded his career as the school’s all-time leading scorer (2,078 points), as well as finishing second in career field goals made (665), third in assists (343), fourth in 3-point field goal percentage (.422) and eighth in steals (110). Senglin, who twice earned Big Sky All-Conference honors, scored in double figures in 104 of his 124 career games.

In May, the Nets reportedly signed Jacob Wiley, a 6’7” power forward out of Eastern Washington, to what ESPN and CBS Sports said was a two-way deal, but the Nets have not officially confirmed the signing.