Since signing a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets late last month, Jason Collins has made a huge impact off the basketball court (and helped sell a ton of jerseys!). But he hasn't been all that productive for the Nets when he's been in the lineup. Through four games, he's only scored a grand total of three points and grabbed four rebounds. So he hasn't exactly made a strong case for a second 10-day contract.

But despite that, the Nets are reportedly going to keep him around for another 10 days. Yahoo! Sports writer Adrian Wojnarowski just revealed that the Nets have agreed to sign Collins to another 10-day deal on Wednesday (his current 10-day contract runs through tomorrow) and that he'll be with the team through the middle of March. Stay tuned to see if they ultimately decide him to keep him on their roster for the rest of the season.

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[via Adrian Wojnarowski]