The Brooklyn Nets made a money-saving trade on Thursday, shipping Andrei Kirilenko and Jorge Gutierrez to the Sixers for Brandon Davies and cash savings.
Now, the team has announced that they’ve signed three-year veteran Darius Morris.
Morris has played three seasons in the NBA—his first two with the Lakers and last season split between three teams: the Clippers, Sixers and Grizzlies. He has career averages of 3.7 points and 1.5 assists per game. He’s not really an impact player, but he’s probably the best they’d be able to do on the waiver wire looking for some backcourt help.