Source: CSN Bay Area
The Sacramento Kings and free agent guard Aaron Brooks agreed in principle to a contract, the team announced Monday afternoon.
The news came minutes after the team waived center Hassan Whiteside.
Terms of Brooks' contract were not disclosed, but it is reportedly a two-year deal that averages $3.3 million per season.
"We're really excited about the prospect of Aaron joining the team," said Petrie. "The fact that he's chosen to play for the Kings makes us feel good about what he'll be able to provide to us on the court. Aaron's another young player who brings a lot of speed, quickness, experience and scoring ability."
The Houston Rockets selected Brooks with the 26th overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft, after a four-year career at Oregon.
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