Shamet, 24, is 6-foot-4 and averaged 9.3 points in 61 games this past season, as the Nets were his third team in three seasons. He is eligible for a rookie-scale contract extension in 2022.
Carter, 25, is 6-1 and averaged 4.1 points in limited action with the Western Conference champions. He did appear in 60 games, though, and assuming he sticks in Brooklyn, will offer some depth behind the likes of Kyrie Irving and James Harden.
Sharpe is 6-11 and was selected with the No. 29 overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft.
“Some context to Landry Shamet being traded to the Suns: Monty Williams was a huge advocate for Shamet after coaching him in Philly,” wrote Jordan Schultz of ESPN. “Nets also wanted to get off Landry before he was eligible for his extension this fall, according to league sources.”
Phoenix is coming off a run to the Finals after missing the playoffs for 10 straight seasons.