Detroit Pistons on verge of signing 7-time NBA All-Star

Reports Joe Johnson agrees to deal with Pistons

Reports Joe Johnson agrees to deal with Pistons

A star turn in the Big 3 was enough to get Joe Johnson another shot in the National Basketball Association.

According to reports, the Detroit Pistons are on the verge of signing 7-time NBA All-Star, Joe Johnson.

To make roster room for Johnson, the Pistons are waiving Michael Beasley, per Haynes.

The 17-year National Basketball Association veteran is attempting an National Basketball Association comeback. The rules (administered by the FIBA) differentiate the Big 3 from the NBA or basketball as we know it.

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The league consists of 12 teams whose rosters include players from different walks of life, including professionals from the National Basketball Association and overseas.

Detroit will be Johnson's eighth team since entering the league in 2001. He was also named the league MVP. He was obviously facing a different level of competition, but he still looked like a complete mismatch in talent compared to the rest of the league. The Brooklyn Nets reportedly scheduled their own workout with their former star, and Johnson was supposedly also on the radar of the Philadelphia 76ers, Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Clippers, and Denver Nuggets.

Johnson was last in the National Basketball Association during the 2017-18 season with the Rockets and has spent time with the Celtics, Suns, Hawks, Nets, Heat and Jazz. He owns career averages of 16 points, four rebounds, 3.9 assists, and 0.8 steals, and has shot 37.1% from beyond the arc.

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