Dahntay Jones, Nets agree to non-guaranteed deal

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The Brooklyn Nets have added one more player to their training camp roster: Dahntay Jones. Jones, 34, and the Nets agreed to a non-guaranteed deal, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.

Jones played 33 games last season for the Los Angeles Clippers. He averaged 0.6 points in 3.7 minutes per game, but got into one notable post-game tiff with Warriors Draymond Green:

Jones becomes the sixth non-guaranteed player on the Nets roster, joining guards Donald Sloan, Markel Brown, and Ryan Boatright, forward Quincy Miller, and center Willie Reed.

The team has three open roster spots, but two are likely taken: Brown received a partial guarantee to his contract on September 1st, and Reed received a guarantee that makes up over half his salary.

The Nets can bring up to 20 players in to training camp, which Jones will find familiar: the team will train at Duke University, where Jones spent two years of college.

Yahoo! Sports — Sources: Dahntay Jones agrees to non-guaranteed deal with Nets

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