The Brooklyn Nets made another free agent signing as they chose to re-sign guard Keith Bogans. The move puts the Nets 2012-13 roster closer to the maximum of 14 player. General manager Billy King made the announcement of the signing on Thursday night, but the details of the contract have yet to be disclosed.
Last season with the Nets, Bogans only played in five games, a result after having suffered a season-ending injury on Feb. 8 against the Detroit Pistons. In that game Bogans tore a ligament and fractured his left ankle.
The 10-year veteran has played for six teams in his career with stops at Houston Rockets, Orlando Magic, Milwaukee Bucks, Charlotte Bobcats, San Antonio Spurs and Chicago Bulls. This will be his second season with the Nets.
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