Reports: Devin Harris agrees to three-year deal with Dallas
Devin Harris will return to the Mavericks, as he's reportedly agreed to a three-year deal.
Devin Harris is headed back to Dallas.
Harris has agreed to terms with the Mavericks on a three-year deal worth about $9 million, according to multiple reports.
Free agents can't officially sign until July 10.
Harris began his career with the Mavs in 2004, as he was acquired from Washington in a draft day trade. He played there for three and a half seasons before being traded to the Nets in the Jason Kidd deal. He then went to Utah, and spent last season with the Hawks before inking with the Mavs.
Harris will most likely find himself in a backup role providing backcourt depth as the Mavs just recently signed Jose Calderon. The Mavs are piecing together a roster after losing out yet again in free agency on big names like Chris Paul and Dwight Howard. The Mavs recently watched Darren Collison and O.J. Mayo sign with other teams and are looking for a new backcourt.
Harris, 30, saw his production dip last season with the Hawks as he played a lot of backup there, averaging 9.9 points and 3.4 assists in 54 games.
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