Much was said about Jason Collins when he became the first player to admit he was gay in any of the four major North American sports.

He made a reappearance in the league, as he signed a 10-day contract to play for the Brooklyn Nets as they make a playoff run. Collins played 11 minutes Sunday night in the Nets' defeated the Lakers, 108-102.

Collins came into the league in 2002 with the New Jersey Nets, where he played with now-Nets coach Jason Kidd and helped the team go to back-to-back NBA Finals.