Free agent guard Yogi Ferrell will sign with the Sacramento Kings for two years and $6.2 million, according to a Yahoo Sports report on Friday, hours after he spurned a reported deal with the Dallas Mavericks. On Thursday, the Mavericks and Ferrell agreed to a two-year deal worth $5.3 million. "We felt uncomfortable and will weigh our options", his agent said, as Ferrell will re-enter free agency.
Ferrell spent the previous two seasons with Dallas, averaging 10.2 points and 2.9 assists in 128 career games. He appeared in all of the team's 82 games with 21 starts.
Ferrell joined Dallas as a D-League call-up during the 2016-17 season.
With a core of Nowitzki, Doncic, athletic point guard Dennis Smith Jr, volume scorer Harrison Barnes and All-Star center DeAndre Jordan, the Mavericks are now looking to get back in the Western Conference playoff hunt for the first time in 3 years, especially since they dealt away their 2019 first-round pick in the Doncic trade.
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With 31,187 points, Nowitzki is now sixth on the NBA's all-time scoring list - 232 points behind Wilt Chamberlain and 149 points ahead of LeBron James.
Nowitzki averaged 12 points and 5.7 rebounds in 24.7 minutes per game in 77 contests last season.
The Mavericks haven't won a playoff series since taking the title nearly seven years ago, but they'd love to give the 40-year-old another ring before he calls it a day on his National Basketball Association career.