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Nets signs former Pacer Edmond Sumner after adding T.J. Warren

Nets has clearly scrutinized the Indiana injury list. Brooklyn signed two wings instead of one that missed everything last season for the Pacers.

They have already addedT.J. and then inked Edmond Sumner. Warren isearly Tuesday morning.

"The journey isn't over"Sumner tweeted on Tuesdaywith a prayer emoji. "Is that easy? Absolutely not. But I'm all ready! Still a bright smile" and add a smile emoji.

The 6ft 6 Sumner signature was first reported by ESPN. It's unclear if the contract is guaranteed, but it's clear that the net is concentrated on the wings.

After Kevin Durant called the NBA the Wing League, everything Nets did this offseason helped it. They had already exchanged thefirst round pick for Royce O'Nealand then inked Sumner and Warren within two hours.

Pacers guard Edmond Sumner (5) dunks in the first half of a game against the Thunder, Saturday, May 1, 2021, in Oklahoma City.

Durant's trade demandHas stopped many of Nets and free agents, but Brooklyn is now playing its part in a way that suggests that the team is preparing to start the season with Durant and / or Kyrie Irving. increase.

Sumner had the best season of his young career in 2020-21, averaging 7.5 points in 14.1 minutes with a 52.5 / 39.8 / 81.9 shoot split. His torn his left Achilles tendon sacrificed him throughout the last season — but it didn't stop him from going online temporarily.

More precisely, it's a transaction history line.

Brooklyn injured Sekou Doumbouya's second round pick and stash bust Juan Pablo Bowlet in October 2021 as part of a strategy to dump Sekou Doumbouya's salary. Exchanged the right to exchange with Sumner.

After surgery by Nets foot specialist Dr. Martin O'Malley, Sumner has played only 108 games in the five years he was injured. He also had knee and shoulder surgery.

However, Indianapolis-based IFAST co-owner and longtime collaborator with Sumner, trainer Microbertson, praised his work back from Achilles' tears.

"I was excited about my man Ed getting a new start in Brooklyn !!" Robertson tweeted. "There's nothing more happier for @EdmondSumner. Few people know what you've put in to get here. Now let's show you what you can do."