Price per Head Sportsbooks: Devin Harris re-signs with the Mavericks

Dallas MavericksOn Thursday, the Dallas Mavericks announced that they officially re-signed veteran guard Devin Harris, and price per head sportsbooks believe that the team made a very good move.

Sources said that the four-year deal is worth $16.55 million, with the fourth season partially guaranteed. Pay per head services learned that for the fourth year, the guaranteed figure is $1.3 million.

Price per head sportsbooks remember that last season, the player signed a one-year contract at the league minimum with Dallas. He was also set to sign a $9 million, three-year deal with the Mavericks, but a toe problem that troubled the player for some time was more severe than originally thought last summer, so now Harris and the Mavericks mutually agreed to shelve that deal.

Harris was not able to make his season debut until mid-January of this past season due to the surgery – something that concerned many fans and pay per head services.

Harris, in his first season back with the Mavericks after starting his career there, had an average of 4.5 assists and 7.9 points in 40 games. But price per head sportsbooks found out that the player only shot a 38 percent career-low from the field, with 31 percent from 3-point range.

Pay per head services learned that Harris will join Gal Mekel and Raymond Felton at the point guard position.

With Harris still in their ranks, the team will have 13 of its 15 roster spots already taken, and pay per head services wonder who will take the other places, but according to sources, one of the spots will be taken by center Bernard James.
The player will be held out of the Maverick’s last summer league game on Friday.

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The Mavericks still have a $2.7 million cap-room exception available, and price per head sportsbooks found out that they are still in the market for more bench perimeter shooting, possibly at the guard position. Players like Evan Turner, Jordan Crawford, Mo Williams, and Jameer Nelson could be targeted.