Combo guard Tyler Johnson re-signs with Brooklyn Nets, who belonged to Act II

Brooklyn Nets has announced that it has re-signed a veteran minimum guarantee with Tyler Johnson.

28-year-old Johnson is a 190 cm 84 kg combo guard. Last season, his sixth year in his career, he kicked off at Phoenix Suns, but was dismissed on February 11, this year. On June 25th, he had signed a contract with Nets, who had been injured one after another, to enter the second act.

Johnson played in all eight games in the seeding game, averaging 24.3 minutes 12.0 points 3.0 rebounds 3.0 assists, and an average of 23.3 minutes 13.8 points 1.8 rebounds 2.3 assists in the playoffs first round with the Toronto Raptors. , Both mark an average double-digit score.

This season’s Nets has Kyrie Irving, Spencer Dinwidy, Carris Lambert, Bruce Brown, Landry Shamet on the back court, as well as re-contracted shooter Joe Harris, and Johnson has a thick player base. The key to securing playtime will be how many chances you can make.

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