The Nets officially signed Treveon Graham, the 6’5” swingman, Monday, giving them 15 guaranteed contracts, 14 fully guaranteed and one partial, Spencer Dinwiddie. Previous reports noted that Graham has a veteran’s minimum contract.
Graham, 24, went undrafted in the 2015 NBA Draft after a four-year career at Virginia Commonwealth. Graham spent the last two seasons with the Charlotte Hornets.
In the 2017-18 campaign, Graham saw action in 63 games, registering averages of 4.3 points (43.4 percent from the field and 41.2 percent from 3-point range) and 1.9 rebounds in 16.7 minutes per game.
Overall, he appeared in 90 games over two seasons in Charlotte, averaging 3.7 points with a career 43.8 percent mark, which is the highest on the Nets roster —and if had enough attempts, would be among the highest ever.
Prior to beginning his NBA career, the Washington, D.C., area native spent his first professional season with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA G-League.
The Nets have yet to sign anyone to their two two-way deals. They reportedly have invited Theo Pinson of North Carolina, Tyler Davis of Texas A&M and Mitch Creek of the Adelaide 36ers.
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