LaMarcus Aldridge to join star-studded Brooklyn Nets
LaMarcus Aldridge will join James Harden, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Blake Griffin in Brooklyn after agreeing a contract buyout with the Spurs.
LaMarcus Aldridge has agreed to join the star-studded Brooklyn Nets for the rest of the NBA season, according to his agent.
Aldridge – a seven-time All-Star – agreed to a contract buyout with the San Antonio Spurs earlier this month.
Now, the 35-year-old star will join forces with James Harden, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Blake Griffin in Brooklyn as the Nets eye their first NBA championship.
Aldridge to boost Nets' championship credentials
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Aldridge's agent Jeff Schwartz confirmed the deal to ESPN on Saturday.
Averaging 19.4 points and 8.3 rebounds in his 15 NBA seasons, including nine with the Portland Trail Blazers, Aldridge has not played since March 1.
Aldridge is averaging 13.7 points and 4.5 rebounds per game in 2020-21.
Steve Nash's Nets (31-15) are second in the Eastern Conference, one-and-a-half games behind the Philadelphia 76ers (32-13).
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