After bouncing around from team to team, the former Dallas Mavericks’ guard may have finally found a home.
According to reports, Darren Collison and the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a contract. The contract is reportedly for three-year contract worth $16 million dollars.
Collison, 26, has played for four teams already during his five-year career. He holds career averages of 11.9 points and 4.9 assists.
The New Orleans Pelicans drafted him 21st overall during the 2009 draft. They would then trade him to the Indiana Pacers, where he would spend two seasons with the team.
He was then traded to the Dallas Mavericks for Ian Mahinmi during the 2012 offseason. In his lone season with the Mavericks, he averaged 12 points and 5.1 assists. He would eventually lose his starting spot to Mike James.
Collison signed with the Los Angeles Clippers last offseason. He would average 11.4 points and 3.7 assists, backing up Chris Paul for most of the season.
The signing of Collison may mean the ending of restricted free agent Isaiah Thomas in Sacramento.
The Mavs have been in contact with Thomas according to reports.