The small forward sat out the last season because of an injury to his left foot.
Before that, he played a bit for the Indiana Pacers and, of course, several years with the Phoenix Suns.
But Warren is ready for his big NBA comeback and the Nets are welcoming him with open arms.
Free agent G TJ Warren has agreed to a one-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets, sources tell ESPN.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 5, 2022
Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Warren has signed a one-year deal with the Nets.
Warren can sometimes be a very helpful part of a squad and, based on how the next few weeks go, the Nets might need exactly that.
Warren has a career average of 15.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 1.2 assists.
During his first year with the Pacers, Warren started all 67 games he played in and was averaging 19.8 points a game.
When he starts his season with the Nets, fans are hoping he produces numbers like that.
That’s because there is a really good chance that the upcoming Brooklyn season will look radically different than the last.
If both of these guys leave, as expected, the team will be a shell of its former self.
That means that Warren’s inclusion could come just in the nick of time if he’s playing as he has in the past.
He could be a lynchpin for the team and his expertise and experience could help it get through what could be a very rough season.
Warren has been off the court for a while now but he better be prepared to play a lot in the season ahead.NEXT: NBA Analyst Shocked With Potential Lakers/Nets Trade Deal