Edmond Sumner, once a potential piece to propel the Indiana Pacers forward, is part of the migration to Brooklyn.
The 26-year-old wing is rejoining to the Nets, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
That comes on the heels of a report that former Pacer T.J. Warren is also headed to Brooklyn, which appears to be preparing for a future without Kevin Durant, who has asked for a trade.
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The Pacers (via Washington and New Orleans) drafted Sumner in 2017. He appeared in 108 games over four seasons, though injuries often hindered his progress.
In 2020-21, Sumner appeared in 53 games, starting 24. He averaged 7.5 points and hit 39.8% of his 3-pointers.
Sumner is fully recovered from a torn left Achilles that cost him the entire 2021-2022 season. He had been coming off his best NBA season with the Pacers prior to the injury, and now he'll join the Nets' backcourt rotation. https://t.co/5HfzZmkDZN
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 5, 2022
Indiana traded Sumner to the Nets shortly before the 2021-22 season, but Brooklyn soon waived him, and he did not play in the NBA last season.
This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: Pacers news: Edmond Sumner reportedly joining Brooklyn Nets