Andrea Bargnani's career in New York isn't over just yet.

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The Nets announced Sunday that they have agreed to terms with the former Knick, swooping in and landing him after the free agent reportedly was close to signing with the Kings. Bargnani, 29, reportedly agreed to a two-year deal for the veteran's minimum with the second year a player option. He can provide depth at forward and center.

Bargnani has been a disappointment in his nine-year NBA career, especially in the last two seasons with the Knicks. Hampered by calf and hamstring injuries, he played in only 71 of 184 games.