The Nets are hosting former Raptors F Jared Sullinger for a workout, per NY Post's Brian Lewis.
A source close to Sullinger told Lewis, "He's in town for a workout. It's an opportunity for [the Nets] to watch him."
Sullinger's agent, David Falk, say his client is "exploring the opportunity" to sign with the Nets, according to NY Daily News' Stefan Bondy.
Sullinger was seen on social media wearing Nets gear Tuesday with the team's newest PG D'Angelo Russell.
Though it appears he has signed with the team, Falk says nothing has been signed yet.
"I'm a big fan of the coach (Kenny Atkinson)," Falk said. "He's a great motivator, and they have a greaty facility."
"(Sullinger) is a talented man and we're looking into an opportunity."
The Nets have a roster spot open for Sullinger if they decided to sign the 25-year-old. He only played in 11 games last season with the Raptors as he underwent foot surgery. The Raptors traded him to the Suns, who waived him at the deadline.
Sullinger spent the first four seasons of his career with the Celtics, who drafted him 21st overall in 2012. In his last full season with the team in 2015, he averaged 10.3 points, 8.3 rebounds, and shot 43.5 percent from the field in 81 games.