The Nets are close to signing Eric Hughes to join Jason Kidd’s assistant staff, the Daily News has learned.

Hughes, an assistant and player development coach with the Raptors since 2007, was also an assistant at the University of California when Kidd played there in the early 90s. He worked with sports agency Goodwin Sports Management, developing training programs for clients such as Kevin Durant, Dwight Howard and Jamal Crawford.

Roy Rogers is also expected to join Kidd’s staff. Earlier this week, a source said Lawrence Frank is still undecided about the offer to be Brooklyn’s lead assistant.