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Monday July 16th, 2012

The Brooklyn Nets signed 17-year veteran Jerry Stackhouse to a one-year contract. (Fernando Medina/NBA/Getty Images)

The Brooklyn Nets continue to work over their roster, signing veteran guard Jerry Stackhouse to a contract, the team announced Monday.

Stackhouse, 37, signed a one-year deal, worth $1.3 million.

Stackhouse is expected to provide scoring off the bench behind Gerald Wallace, Joe Johnson, and Deron Williams. The 17-year veteran, who has played for eight different teams, averaged 3.6 points in 30 games with the Atlanta Hawks last season and has averaged 17.4 points, 3.4 assists and 3.3 rebounds for his career.

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