Free agent forward Hamady Ndiaye joins Brooklyn Nets

Senegal's centre Hamady Ndiaye reacts during the 2014 FIBA World basketball championships group B match Senegal vs Argentina at the Palacio Municipal de Deportes in Sevilla on September 3, 2014
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Free agent forward Hamady Ndiaye agrees to join the Brooklyn Nets having spent time at both the Washington Wizards and the Sacramento Kings.

The Brooklyn Nets have announced the signing of free agent Hamady Ndiaye.

General manager Billy King revealed the news on Wednesday that Ndiaye has agreed to join the franchise, with Brooklyn looking to build on the quality of key players Brook Lopez and Mason Plumlee.

The player has made a name for himself in the league given that he stands at seven foot and weighs 235 pounds, but has failed to make serious inroads into featuring consistently having represented both the Washington Wizards and the Sacramento Kings.

Ndiaye was introduced into the NBA having been the number 56 Draft pick in 2010.

Brooklyn Nets player Brook Lopez in action against Chicago on April 20, 2013
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