Veteran free-agent forward Paul Millsap has agreed to a deal with the Nets, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania.
Per The Athletic, Millsap considered several teams, including the Warriors, Bulls and Clippers, before joining Brooklyn.
Millsap, 36, spent each of the past four seasons with the Nuggets. Last year, he averaged just 20.8 minutes per game, his fewest since his second season in 2007–08.
In his career, Millsap made four All-Star teams with the Hawks from 2013 to '17. The 15-year veteran spent the first seven years of his career with the Jazz from '06 to '13.
The Nets have had an active offseason, signing Patty Mills with the taxpayer mid-level exception, signing forward James Johnson and swapping Landry Shamet for Jevon Carter. They also brought back wing Bruce Brown and drafted Cam Thomas at No. 27, who led all players in scoring at Las Vegas Summer League.
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