Dallas Mavericks: Wayne Ellington Signing Official

The Dallas Mavericks have announced the signing of Wayne Ellington. It has been reported the deal is two years for $5.3 million. Ellington is expected to be a rotation player to give Monta Ellis a rest.

According to the press release:

Ellington (6-4, 200) is a four-year veteran shooting guard with career averages 6.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 19.5 minutes in 267 games (34 starts) with Minnesota, Memphis and Cleveland.

 On January 22, 2013 Ellington was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, along with Marreese Speights, in exchange for Josh Selby and future first round draft pick. Once inCleveland, Ellington put up career numbers averaging 10.4 points, 3.0 rebounds and 25.9 minutes in 38 games (17 starts) with the Cavaliers.

 The Wynnewood, Pa., native, was a standout at the University of North Carolina. As a junior, Ellington won a National Championship with the Tarheels and was named the 2009 Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player. He was drafted in the first round (28th overall) by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2009 NBA Draft.” – Courtesy of Dallas Mavericks Media Communications


Topics: Dallas Mavericks, Monta Ellis, Nba Free Agency, Wayne Ellington

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