The Nets' roster overhaul continued on Tuesday evening, with the team reportedly adding veteran Wilson Chandler.
According to a report from Chris Haynes of Yahoo! Sports, Chandler will join the Nets on a one-year deal.
An 11-year NBA veteran, Chandler has spent time with the Knicks, Nuggets, Sixers, and Clippers, averaging 12.9 point per game. He's always been a decent three-point shooter as well, shooting 34.3 percent from beyond the arc.
Chandler is familiar with New York City, as he broke into the league with the Knicks in 2007-08 and had some of his best statistical seasons with New York, averaging 14.0 points and 5.2 rebounds per game over his four seasons with the team.
The 6-foot-9 wing provides a nice complimentary piece for a Nets team that has already added Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and DeAndre Jordan in the early days of free agency.