Brooklyn Nets shooting guard David Nwaba has already played for three different teams in his first three seasons in the NBA, so it is understandable that he is hoping for more stability as his career progresses.

Nwaba — whom the Nets signed in July — spoke to Dave Alley of KEYT California about his desire to make Brooklyn a more permanent residence moving forward.

“Hopefully, that becomes home,” said Nwaba, who signed a free agent deal with with the Nets last month. “I just have to go out there and compete and show them that I belong and can win games. Every night I have to go out there and play hard and play my game.”

The Los Angeles native is the first player from Cal Poly to reach the NBA. He was signed by the Los Angeles Lakers after going undrafted in 2016, playing 20 games in L.A. during the 2016-17 season.

Nwaba was a solid bench option for the Chicago Bulls the following year, playing in 70 games and averaging 7.9 points and 4.7 rebounds on close to 24 minutes per night. After spending the 2018-19 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Nwaba heads to Brooklyn with something to prove.

The Nets already have a plethora of backcourt options, and they just recently made Caris LeVert a more established part of their future plans after signing him to an extension. However, Nwaba rebounds the ball extremely well for a two-guard, and his potential to develop as a 3-and-D guy would fit right in with Brooklyn's identity.