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New York Post Jul 16, 2015

Year after dad’s murder, Ellington’s larger reason to join Nets

LAS VEGAS — Wayne Ellington had arguably the most successful season of his six-year NBA career last season with the Lakers, averaging 10 points per game and shooting 37 percent...
NetsDaily Jul 10, 2015

Brooklyn Backcourt: the discounted version

So now that they have Shane Larkin and Wayne Ellington, what's to make the discounted version of Brookyn's Backcourt (trademarked 2012) With the Nets contractually obligated to pay their as-of-now starting backcourt of Deron Williams and Joe Johnson a combined $46 million next season, Brooklyn had to be frugal in its pursuit of a reserve squad.  And they did it with the signings of Shane Larkin and Wayne Ellington. Coming into free agency, the Nets had a $3.4 million mini-MLE.  They split that and signed both Larkin and Ellington.  On July 3, the Nets signed Larkin to a two-year, $3...

Wayne Ellington Signs With The Brooklyn Nets

Wayne Ellington has accepted an offer from the Brooklyn Nets, leaving the Lakers after just one season in Los Angeles. Wayne Ellington has accepted a 1-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets worth $1.5 million, according to a report by Tim Bontemps of the New York Post and Fox Sports. Ellington signed on with the Lakers last summer as a backup shooting guard but ended up starting a career-high 36 games thanks to a string of injuries. Ellington has bounced around the league for much of his career, including a short stop in Cleveland where he played under then-Cavs coach Byron Scott. He found...
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 9, 2015
NBA Free Agency: Nets will sign guard Wayne Ellington

NBA Free Agency: Nets will sign guard Wayne Ellington

There was some talk the Knicks had interest in the journeyman.
NetsDaily Jul 9, 2015

Nets sign Wayne Ellington

Hours before they were to introduce their four big free agent acquisitions, the Nets announce they had signed a fifth, Wayne Ellington, a 6'4" shooting guard who averaged 10 points a game for the Lakers last season. The Nets used almost all of their remaining money --$1.5 million-- on the 27 year old with the 38 percent career three point percentage, Tim Bontemps reports. The Nets are the fifth  team Ellington has played for and the fifth he's been the property of since being drafted out of North Carolina in 2009.  He's played for Minnesota, Memphis (under Lionel Hollins), Dallas and...

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