Another year and another team for Jeff Green, who will play for his eight different franchise in the last seven years. The NBA veteran has reportedly reached an agreement with the Brooklyn Nets for one year.
The Athletic's Shams Charania reported the news, as the 34 year-old is expected to reunite with his former teammate from the Seattle Supersonics, Kevin Durant.
Green, who was waived by the Jazz last season, was picked up by the Rockets and managed to make an impact for them coming off the bench. He averaged 11.6 points and 5.0 rebounds in 28.4 minutes per game during 12 postseason appearances while making 42.6% of his three-point attempts.
Despite Houston trying to re-sign him, Green opted to go seek a new challenger in the Eastern Conference and join a contender. The future for the Rockets looks unstable at the moment, with their stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook possibly departing during the offseason.
The Rockets 'small-ball' line-up dreams came to an end in the NBA 'bubble', where they excited in the Western Conference semifinals after losing a five-game series against the Los Angeles Lakers.