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Nets re-signing Milton Doyle

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In the first move of the off-season, the Nets have moved to secure their rights to two-way player Milton Doyle

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The Brooklyn Nets have tendered a qualifying offer to two-way player Milton Doyle, Keith Smith of RealGM reports Thursday.

Doyle, a 6’4” combo guard from Loyola Chicago, was signed to a two-way contract after averaging 10 points in the Las Vegas Summer League.

He became one of the G-League’s top scorers for the Long Island Nets, averaging 20.5 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.5 assists while shooting 37.2 percent from deep.

In limited time with Brooklyn, Doyle put up 3.4 points, 1.8 boards and 1.0 assists

No word on what the Nets plan for their other two way, James Webb III, a 6’9” stretch 4.