According to NBA Insider Shams Charania, the Dallas Mavericks and Guard Devin Harris have agreed on a one-year, veterans minimum deal.
Harris is 35 years old and is going into his 15th NBA season, meaning he will likely be finishing up his career in the near future. Harris was part of a three-team trade involving the New York Knicks, Dallas Mavericks, and the Denver Nuggets. He was sent over to the Nuggets and the Mavericks acquired Doug McDermott from the Knicks.
Although Harris is way past his prime and will likely retire soon, he still has value has a tough-nosed defender that will hustle on the court. Devin started his career in Dallas after being selected 5th overall in the 2004 NBA Draft. He was a solid player in his prime and had stints with New Jersey, Utah, Atlanta, and Denver. He also made the All-Star game with New Jersey in 2008-2009.
This is a solid signing for the Mavericks as Harris will provide the team with leadership on the court. Mavs fans are excited to see Devin Harris get back on the court wearing a Dallas jersey again.