The Nets' busiest off-season day ended Friday with the signing of Eddie House, the 6'-1" veteran shooting guard. House, wooed by the Heat, Cavs and Nuggets, received a one-year, $1.5 million deal. House was one of the top shooters off the bench last year, averaging 9.8 ppg, while shooting 39% from beyond the arc. House ranked second in the NBA in three-pointers per 48 Minutes at 4.15. House, 28, can also play some point guard.
Its on people, Lawrence Frank has all the tools he needs
Last edited by dblockrep2 : 08-12-2006 at 07:35 AM.
the Knicks could really use a few more wins you know? they need two All Star swingmen and they could really use a HoF All Star, ALl World Point Guard who will withotu a doubt end up as one of the Top 10 PGs of all time.
Thorn yesterday spoke on a conference call to officially announce the signing of reserve combo guard Eddie House to a one-year, $1.4 million deal - another piece the Nets feel could get them back to the NBA Finals for the third time this millennium.
The Nets don't think they were far away from the world-champion Heat, who ousted them in five games after Cliff Robinson got suspended. In House, the Nets add a reserve sharpshooter to complement the driving forces of Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson.