The Dallas Mavericks were prepared to bring point guard Devin Harris back to the team with a three-year deal that paid out $9 million, but the team canceled their deal when it was learned that Harris suffered a toe injury, but it looks like the Mavericks still have interest in signing their former guard whenever he is fully healthy despite having Jose Calderon and Monta Ellis.
According to the Dallas Morning News, Harris will miss “two to three months” with the dislocated toe.
It was unfortunate timing for Harris to injure his toe, but if he can get healthy there should still be opportunities out there — especially in Dallas. There is indication that Harris is still very interested in joining the Mavericks.
Harris would be a very valuable addition to the squad because of his versatility.
Not only can Harris play point guard, but he can step in and play at the shooting guard position as well. If he were to sign with the Mavericks when he is healthy, they would have a very solid three-guard rotation.