Walter Lemon Jr.
With the above options potentially not interested in signing on for an end of the bench role, Walter Lemon Jr. could be a low-risk investment who would be hungry to attend training camp.
Lemon has played three seasons in the G League and put up strong numbers each year. He has scored over 20 points per game his last two seasons while shooting close to 50 percent from the field both years.
The 6-3 guard has a quirky game based off of his left-handedness and an impressive array of finishing moves around the rim. He is not blessed with lethal athleticism but possesses a craftiness that helps him hit shots at unconventional angles.
Lemon has received two call-ups in the last two years, the first being with New Orleans and the second with Chicago. In the latter destination, Lemon was handed real playing time with almost 28 minutes per game for a six-game stretch. Here he showed quite well, averaging 14.5 points per game and five assists.
The 26-year-old was just waived by Chicago and would jump at a minimum offer to compete for a bench spot. If he were to improve his 3-point shooting from the low to mid 30 percentage range, he may be skilled enough to carve out a role as a third-string point guard.
The options on the free agent market continue to diminish with each passing day, but the Nets can still fill an end of the bench role late in the game.