Nets begin roster cuts, waive three players

Quincy Miller (AP)

Quincy Miller (AP)
Quincy Miller (AP)
The Brooklyn Nets have waived Ryan Boatright, Chris Daniels, and Quincy Miller, the team announced today.

The team’s roster now stands at 17 players, with two more cuts needed prior to opening night. That leaves Justin Harper, Dahntay Jones, and Donald Sloan fighting for the last spot, barring another move. (Sloan has a small, partial guarantee.)

The Nets kept Boatright, an undrafted rookie, through Summer League. They acquired Miller from the Detroit Pistons after trading Steve Blake on draft night. Daniels was a late addition to the training camp roster.

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