Taurean Prince capitalized on his impressive preseason with the Brooklyn Nets.
Brooklyn signed Prince to a multi-year extension on Monday afternoon. The terms of Prince's deal was not revealed due to the Nets' policy, but the contract is reportedly worth $29 million for two seasons, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski via Prince's agent, Steve Huemann.
The Nets acquired Prince — along with a 2021 first-round pick — from the Atlanta Hawks in June. Brooklyn parted ways with a package centered on Allen Crabbe in exchange for the 6-foot-7 Texas native, who was originally drafted 12th overall in 2016.
Caris LeVert signed a three-year extension in August. Wilson Chandler and Joe Harris are the only Nets whose contracts will expire at the end of the season.
Chandler, who will miss the first 25 games due to suspension, and Harris will become unrestricted free agents. Theo Pinson and Garrett Temple carry club options on their respective contracts.
Brooklyn opens its season against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Oct. 23.