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  (203-SF-84)
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 Kevin DURANT
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Nets Signed, Waived Cliff Alexander, Prince Ibeh - Apr 4, 2017


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Before signing Archie Goodwin to a rest-of-season contract to fill their 15th roster spot, the Nets made a series of moves designed to honor commitments made to a pair of players this season. As Ben Nadeau of Basketball Insiders tweets, the club signed and waived Cliff Alexander (6'9''-F/C-95, college: Kansas), then did the same thing with Prince Ibeh (6'10''-C-94, college: Texas). According to Bobby Marks of The Vertical, a former Nets executive, the team made commitments to both Alexander and Ibeh at some point this season to sign them to 10-day contracts. However, injuries on the Nets' roster forced the team to change its plans. Although Brooklyn wasn't able to carry Alexander or Ibeh on its roster this season, the club wanted to honor its commitments. As Marks observes (via Twitter), the Warriors made a similar move earlier this season with Jose Calderon. Golden State had reached an agreement to sign Calderon, but when Kevin Durant went down with a knee injury, the team opted to sign Matt Barnes instead. Before finalizing their deal with Barnes, the Warriors signed and waived Calderon, ensuring that he'd receive the rest-of-season salary he was promised. Alexander and Ibeh will receive full 10-day salaries from the Nets. While the moves were not announced by the Nets and will go unnoticed by many fans, there's little downside from the team's perspective. Making good on those commitments will help strengthen the Nets' relationships with agents and players, and won't cost the team any extra money - Brooklyn remains under the salary floor for 2016/17, so the club will have to pay the difference at season's end anyway. The deals for Alexander and Ibeh simply moved the Nets a little closer to the floor, slightly reducing their year-end bill. Alexander and Ibeh both spent time this season with the Long Island Nets, Brooklyn's D-League affiliate.
Courtesy of: hoopsrumors.com

  




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