Free agent forward Luis Scola is headed to Brooklyn.
The Nets have reportedly come to terms with the veteran on a one-year deal.
Scola, 36, averaged 8.7 points for the Toronto Raptors last season.
Scola, 36, is the fifth free agent with whom the Nets have reached a commitment in July. Scola gives Brooklyn an experienced presence in the frontcourt, a power forward with a history of shot-making and playmaking.
In nine NBA seasons, including the 2015-16 season in Toronto, Scola has averaged 12.3 points and 6.8 rebounds.
Scola has had a decorated FIBA basketball career, including a 2004 Olympic gold medal for Argentina.
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