Michael Grange: Raptors have made official multi-year deal for Shi Mykailiuk and signed Reggie Perry to bring their roster of camp invites to 20.
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Nets Daily: Something I did not know: Nets no longer hold Reggie Perry’s draft rights. He’s an unrestricted free agent following Nets decision to pull their offer sheet earlier this month.
The Nets do have options with Perry but he’d have to agree to them. He could return to the G League as a two-way player where he’d get a salary of about a half million dollars. The Nets sent him to Long Island last year and he played well, averaging 18.1 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.9 assists with 52/32/77 shooting splits in the “bubble.” He could also be signed directly to the Long Island roster, but at a much reduced number. The Nets already have 15 players signed to standard NBA deals, one of whom, Alize Johnson, will be non-guaranteed till September 4, while another, DeAndre’ Bembry, is partially guaranteed through December 15. They do have two two-ways available, but competition for those spots could be tough as well. Both the No. 44 pick, Kessler Edwards, and undrafted camp invite David Duke Jr. have looked good in Las Vegas with Duke starting all three Summer League contests. And who knows what else the front office is working on?
The Nets may have rescinded the qualifying offer to Reggie Perry, but that doesn’t mean he’s gone. At least not yet. With Friday’s deadline to rescind offers, the Nets pulled the one to their second-year forward, making him an unrestricted free agent in a move first reported by The Athletic and confirmed by The Post. But Perry was still with the Nets and participated in Saturday afternoon’s practice at Clark High School.
Michael Scotto: The Brooklyn Nets will tender a qualifying offer to forward Reggie Perry, league sources told @hoopshype. Perry will become a restricted free agent. He was a two-way player for Brooklyn last season.
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