Brooklyn Nets sign Weber State great Jeremy Senglin to new training camp deal

Friday , August 04, 2017 - 5:31 PM

BRANDON GARSIDE, Standard-Examiner Staff

The Brooklyn Nets have signed former Weber State guard Jeremy Senglin to a new contract, the team announced Friday.

While the organization did not disclose the details of the contract, Senglin’s agency confirmed the agreement keeps Senglin in Brooklyn through training camp and adds a team option that could later give Senglin the NBA minimum salary or a two-way contract.

His contract in June put Senglin on the roster through Summer League, and this new deal keeps alive the Texas native’s hope of playing in the league.

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In four games during the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, Senglin averaged seven points per game and shot 45.5 percent from the floor.

Senglin finished his career at Weber State as the school’s all-time scorer (2,078 points) and leader in made 3-pointers (345), and earned the Big Sky Conference’s 3-pointer mark as well. He finished 25 points from breaking the conference career scoring record.

Brooklyn opens preseason play Oct. 3 against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

Contact sports reporter Brandon Garside at bgarside@standard.net, on Twitter @BrandonGarside and on Facebook.com/BrandonGarsideSE.

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