The Nets and guard David Nwaba have reportedly agreed to a two-year deal. The contract includes a team option for the second year.
Nwaba brings the Nets to a full 15-man roster, after the team made big splash free agent additions earlier this offseason in Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Nwaba, 26, played with the Cavaliers last season, averaging 6.5 points and 3.2 rebounds per game.
According to ESPN, Nwaba's deal is for the veteran minimum, $1.7 million and $1.8 million each season, respectively. Nwaba will battle with the likes of Garrett Temple, Caris LeVert and others for playing time in 2019.
Nwaba went undrafted out of Cal Poly in 2016 and eventually worked his way up the ranks to the NBA with the Lakers. He's also played for the Bulls.
The Pacers, Kings, Rockets and Suns were also reportedly interested in Nwaba's services.