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Kessler Edwards signs two new seasons with the Brooklyn Nets

Letting Kessler Edwards become a free agent was a strange decision for the Brooklyn Nets. The young forward had left a good feeling in his first year in the elite and resigned from his contract rookie seemed to make no sense. However, finally the franchise has reached an agreement for the next two courses. At the moment the numbers are unknown, but Michael Scotto stipple that the 23-24 season will be a team option.

This means that only the next year is fully guaranteed. Brooklyn initially executed the qualifying offer to make him a restricted free agent. But only two days later he withdrew it. Surely in view of a deal they would have agreed upon. In fact, before this announcement, Edwards has continued to train with the members of the Nets who were preparing for the Summer League that is already at stake. In the eventful past year, the forward averaged 20 minutes per game to add 5.9 points in just over five shots per game. Although he debuted in November, it wasn’t until January that he settled into the team due to the plethora of injuries and off-the-field issues surrounding the Nets.

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