Free-agent guard Tyler Johnson has agreed to a deal with the Brooklyn Nets, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on Tuesday.
Johnson, 28, was waived by the Phoenix Suns in February. He is in the final year of a four-year deal.
Johnson averaged 5.7 points in 16 minutes per game for the Suns, who had planned to move on from Johnson after the season and released him with the understanding that there wouldn't be much of a role for him the rest of the season.
The Nets have pursued Johnson before, signing him to a $50 million offer sheet in 2016 before it was matched by the Miami Heat.
Johnson spent parts of his first five NBA seasons in Miami before getting traded to the Suns in 2018. He has averaged 10.5 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.4 assists in his career, which began as an undrafted player out of Fresno State.
At 30-34, Brooklyn is among nine Eastern Conference teams who will play in the league's restart format in Orlando, Florida.