According to multiple reports, ex-Net Travis Outlaw has been picked up off amnesty waivers by the Kings.
The New York Times reported Sacramento bid $3 million per season for Outlaw, which means the Nets will only be on the hook for $16 million of the remaining $28 million left on his deal. That $16 million, of course, does not count against their salary cap.
The Nets amnestied Outlaw on Thursday. After that, all teams under the cap could put in bids on the stretch 4, who struggled mightily as the Nets’ starting small forward last season, shooting a career-worst 37.5 percent from the field.