Originally posted on Brooklyn Balling  |  Last updated 3/30/13
Joseph will be playing for his second NBA team as he comes to the Nets, as the Boston Celtics draftee was sent to the Armor--and the Nets organization--back in February in exchange for James Mays   Yesterday, news came out that the Nets finally filled out their 15th and last roster spot--a spot left open when the team released Josh Childress in December--by calling up forward Kris Joseph from the team's D-League affiliate in Springfield, the Armor. Joseph, who is eligible for the playoffs, gives Brooklyn a pretty big body (Joseph stands at 6'7") who probably will be inactive most nights, but also provides the team with a talented scorer who can fill in, in a pinch, for any injured players.  The move further shows the Nets commitment to utilizing the scores of talent in the D-League--and their unique relationship with the Armor--to supplement their big-league roster.   
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