Four-time NBA All-Star looking for a new team

Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium reports that four-time NBA All-Star Paul Millsap is looking to move on from the Brooklyn Nets

 the two sides have agreed to find Millsap “a new team where he can have a greater contribution.

Millsap, 36, signed with the Nets over the offseason and hasn’t been able to carve out the role he hoped to with Brooklyn

He has zero starts and is averaging 11.3 minutes per game  after averaging 20.8 minutes per game — and starting 36 of 54 games — with the Denver Nuggets last season

He’s averaging 3.4 points and 3.7 rebounds, with a 37.6 field goal percentage.

However, Millsap is just a season removed from a 47.6 field goal percentage and 16.4 Player Efficiency Rating (PER), while being worth 3.2 win shares

 So, it’s possible that there’s more left in the tank than his Brooklyn stint has shown, and perhaps that could be unlocked with a new team

Charania notes that the Chicago Bulls and Golden State Warriors were among the teams targeting Millsap over the offseason

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