Former Kentucky Wildcat and No. 29 pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, Archie Goodwin, has found a new home for the next few seasons as he signed a multi-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday.
— The Vertical (@TheVertical) April 3, 2017
Goodwin was finishing up his second of two 10-day contracts (the most a team can give one player in a season) and had performed well in his limited opportunity in Brooklyn, averaging 6.6 points on 57% shooting in 12.4 minutes per game.
Goodwin spent three seasons on the Suns before being cut this season. He was never really able to crack the Suns rotation or gather any sort of consistent role with the team as an athletic, tweener guard who struggled with his shot and consistency.
Playing four seasons in the league now, Goodwin is amazingly still only 22, and has shown flashes of potentially being a nice bench scorer and slasher to the rim.