By Phil Watson
Dzanan Musa, the first-round pick of the Brooklyn Nets in June’s NBA Draft, became the last of the 30 players picked in that round to sign his rookie deal.
The Nets took Musa, a 6-foot-9 swingman from Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the 29th overall pick and his signing makes him the last of the NBA’s 30 first-round picks to agree to terms this year.
Musa’s agent, Misko Raznatovic, tweeted out the news of the signing Thursday afternoon as well.
Musa was not scheduled to play for the Nets’ entry in the Las Vegas Summer League, but he has been with the team and is on the roster. The signing indicates his buyout from KK Cedevita in Croatia, where he’s played the last three seasons, is complete.
The deal is a standard rookie-scale deal of four years based on draft slot. Per RealGM, the baseline for this year’s 29th overall pick is $7.6 million, but picks can sign for 80 percent to 120 percent of the scale.
The first two years are guaranteed, while the third and fourth seasons are team...