National Basketball Association free agency rumors: Pistons sign BIG3 MVP Joe Johnson

Joe Johnson is returning to the NBA

Getty Images Joe Johnson is returning to the NBA

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

The Pistons have signed veteran National Basketball Association player and current 2019 BIG3 MVP Joe Johnson to a one-year contract, according to multiple reports Thursday.

The report notes that the Pistons will likely release Michael Beasley to open up a roster spot.

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Though no longer in his prime, Johnson, 38, boasts a 17-year career in the National Basketball Association.

Joe Johnson dominated Big 3 play.

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

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Johnson, 38, spent last season in the Big 3 league, winning the MVP and leading his team to a championship. Johnson reportedly worked out for the Pistons on Tuesday.

Johnson led the league in points with 175, more than 40 ahead of second most.

Johnson's move makes it more likely that Carmelo Anthony could sign with the Nets, which were also courting Johnson whose played for seven National Basketball Association teams: The Boston Celtics, Phoenix Suns, Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets, Miami Heat, Utah Jazz and Houston Rockets. 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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