Jevon Carter never found his footing with the Brooklyn Nets. He still played solid defense on a team that needed it — the Nets defense was 4.4 points per 100 possessions better when he was on the court this season — but his offense had slipped to the point he hurt them too much on that end of the court. As a result, his role was increasingly limited in Brooklyn.
Guard Jevon Carter plans to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks, his agents Mark Bartelstein and Reggie Brown of @PrioritySports tell ESPN. Carter will clear waivers on Wednesday after Brooklyn released him to sign Goran Dragic.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 22, 2022
Carter can give them minutes, but the Bucks have to hope for a little more on the offensive end. Carter took 73% of his shots this season from 3-point range and hit 33.1% of them — he was no longer a floor spacer opponents feared. He took just seven shots at the rim all season, making just one (a dunk). He was the player Nets opponents helped off of.