While Garrett Temple appears to be on his way out of Brooklyn, it looks like Chris Chiozza still has a spot with the Nets — should he want to stick around.
The Nets presented Chiozza with a qualifying offer on Thursday, turning the point guard into a restricted free agent, per Michael Scotto of USA TODAY SMG’s HoopsHype.
The Brooklyn Nets will extend a qualifying offer to Chris Chiozza, @hoopshype has learned. Chiozza will become a restricted free agent.
— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) November 19, 2020
Brooklyn now has the capability to match any other offer extended to Chiozza.
The point guard joined the Brooklyn Nets organization back in January as a two-way guard. He had previously been with the Washington Wizards’ G League affiliate, the Capital City Go-Go.
In his 18 games with the Nets at the NBA level, Chiozza averaged 6.4 points, 3.1 assists and 2.1 rebounds per game while playing 15.4 minutes a night. He also shot 42.5% from the floor in 2019-20, 35.7% from 3-point territory.