ose Calderon turned out to be a one-year rental for the Pistons after all, agreeing to a four-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks. Calderon turned down overtures from the Sacramento Kings to accept a four-year, $29 million deal with a Dallas Mavericks team that’s trying to reload on the fly with an aging Dirk Nowitzki, a mere two years after winning the NBA championship in 2011. Calderon, 31, averaged 11.6 points and 6.6 assists in 28 games with the Pistons after being acquired in a three-team deal that sent former mainstay Tayshaun Prince to the Memphis Grizzlies in late January. He was expected to be an option to return as a free agent, but it appeared to be a long shot from the outset, as the Pistons have bigger priorities this offseason and still have to define what role Brandon Knight will play next season.
Jose Calderon agrees to four-year deal with Mavericks
Detroit News | Jul 6