The Brooklyn Nets are still in the process of tweaking their roster with training camp more than one week away and one of the moves appears to be undoing something that just recently happened.
The Nets announced two things on Monday. The first action was that they requested waivers on guards Jordan Hall and Keifer Sykes. On Sep. 20, Brooklyn made the announcement that they had signed the two guards and it appeared that both would get a chance to show what they could do during training camp.
The second move was that the Nets signed Kyler Edwards. Edwards, 24, came into the league as an undrafted free-agent out of the University of Houston during the 2022 NBA Draft. He spent the 2022-23 season playing in the G League for the Motor City Cruise, affiliate of the Detroit Pistons.
Edwards, standing at 6-foot-4 and 205 pounds, played 25 games for Motor City Cruise last season and averaged 12 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game while shooting 39.5% from the field and 35.2% from deep.
The Brooklyn #Nets announced that they have requested waivers on guard/forward Jordan Hall and guard Keifer Sykes.
As part of the announcement, they also said that they have signed guard Kyler Edwards.
— Sharif Phillips-Keaton (@SharifKeaton) September 25, 2023