Trade rumors swirl around for Brooklyn Nets players Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. However, in the meantime, the team is making moves to bolster different areas.

A pair of ex-Pacers joined the franchise on Tuesday night. The Nets have just added free agents Edmond Sumner and T.J. Warren to the roster.

There were just 71 games played by T.J. Warren throughout his three seasons with theIndianapolis Pacers. A stress fracture on his foot forced him to miss the previous two seasons.

Edmond Sumner to team up with T.J. Warren in Brooklyn

Being an unrestricted, unrestricted-free agency, the 28-year-old small forward has officially signed a one-year agreement with the Nets for the 2022-23 NBA season. In addition, Steve Nash’s side have also added another free agent, Edmond Sumner less than 24 hours after Warren was signed by the organization.

Injuries have been a part of Edmond Sumner’s narrative since he joined the squad. The 26-year-old point guard spent three seasons with the Pacers as a healthy player, but he had to earn his place in the starting lineup.