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The Brooklyn Nets have signed rookie guards Devin Cannady and C.J. Massinburg, the team announced in a news release.
Both players went undrafted in June.
Cannady is 6-foot-2 and spent four years at Princeton, averaging 18.2 points and 5.8 rebounds last season as a senior. He played for the Oklahoma City Thunder in summer league.
Massinburg is 6-3 and finished four years at Buffalo, then joined the Nets for summer league. He averaged 18.2 points and 6.5 rebounds as senior last season.
While Cannady and Massinburg are long shots to make the Nets’ regular-season roster, they should be part of the organization with the Long Island Nets of the G League.
The Nets waived small forward Deng Adel and center John Egbunu earlier in the week. The roster is back to the camp limit of 20 after the latest signings.