Report: Brooklyn Nets sign James Ennis and Shaq Harrison

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Report: Brooklyn Nets sign James Ennis and Shaq Harrison
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More reinforcements are on the way for the Brooklyn Nets. According to Shams Charania of the Athletic and Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports, the team will be signing forward James Ennis and guard Shaq Harrison to 10-day hardship exception deals, which will give Brooklyn 11 active players eligible to play.

Ennis, who last played for the Orlando Magic for two seasons from 2019-2020, averaged 8 PPG and 4 RPG. The California native shot it at 46.5% from the field overall and 38% accuracy from downtown. As for Harrison, the Kansas City native, he spent two seasons playing for the Phoenix Suns in 2017 and 2018 where he put up 7 PPG and 2 APG on 48% shooting. Recently, Harrison was playing in the G League for the Delaware Blue Coats.

These signings will cost the Nets more than $1 million in luxury tax.

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