Nets general manager Sean Marks called bringing back G Joe Harris a top priority, and they saw that through.
The Nets agreed to bring back their three-point shooter to a four-year deal worth $75 million, according to ESPN.
Harris led the NBA in three-point percentage in the 2018-19 season (47.4 percent) and won that season's three-point contest. Last season, he hit 42.4 percent of his shots from behind the perimeter, the second-best percentage of his career.
Harris averaged a career-high 14.5 points per game last year with Brooklyn, playing 30.8 minutes per game, the most of his career. Harris' 4.3 boards per game were also a career-high.
Harris played, and started, in 69 games the Nets played last season, and started in all 76 games he played in the season prior.