With a desire to strengthen their depth at shooting guard, the New Orleans Pelicans reached a two-year contact agreement with Dallas Mavericks unrestricted free agent Anthony Morrow on Tuesday afternoon, league sources confirmed.

With the addition of Morrow - Eric Gordon, Tyreke Evans and Austin Rivers - all could be competing for minutes at shooting guard this upcoming season. The Pelicans agreed to a sign-and-trade deal with the Sacramento Kings last week to acquire Evans, who could be shifted to the starting small forward spot.

Morrow, 27, is a 6 feet 5, 210-pound shooting guard who has been in the NBA since 2008 and has previously played for the Golden State Warriors, New Jersey Nets, Atlanta Hawks and Mavericks. Morrow played 17 games for the Dallas Mavericks last season and averaged and 4.0 points.