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Nets Sign Forward Sean Kilpatrick

The Brooklyn Nets have made their first player addition of the Sean Marks era, signing forward Sean Kilpatrick from the D-League to a ten-day contract.

Before signing with the Nets, Kilpatrick led the D-League in scoring, averaging 26.4 points in just over 38 minutes per game. He was named to the D-League’s All-Star team after shooting 47.2% from the field and 42.6% from three-point range this season.

Kilpatrick played college basketball for the University of Cincinnati. This is the third NBA call-up of the 26-year-old’s career. He joined the Denver Nuggets for a ten-day stint earlier this season.

Kilpatrick hails from Yonkers, making him the third New York State native to play for the Brooklyn Nets. He joins former Net Andray Blatche and current rookie Chris McCullough.

After Marks bought out veterans Joe Johnson and Andrea Bargnani, the Nets were in need of a healthy forward.  Kilpatrick will wear #6 during his time with the team, but it will be interesting to see if interim head coach Tony Brown decides to give him any minutes.

The Nets are in the midst of a franchise-high nine-game road trip, which continues on Monday night in Los Angeles against the Clippers.

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Jason Goldstein is a co host of the Baseline Jumper NBA podcast, recording every Tuesday night along Ben McDonald. Jason has also spent time as the Basketball Editor at while also handling the Brooklyn Nets Lead Writer duties since October 2015.
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