Veteran guard Randy Foye has agreed to a 1-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets, as reported by The Vertical.
Acquired at the Feb. 18 trade deadline by the Thunder, Foye averaged 5.6 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game in 27 regular season games. Foye struggled with his shooting after arriving in Oklahoma City (30.9 percent 3-point percentage), but emerged as a steady option off the bench in the Thunder’s run to the Western Conference finals.
Foye signing with the Nets will remove his $5.95 million salary cap hold from the Thunder’s payroll.
During his exit interview in June, Foye said that he wanted to return to the Thunder, but understood that the decision of Kevin Durant had to be the first domino to fall.
Foye also said there was an adjustment period in coming to OKC from the Denver Nuggets mid-season.