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Recap Of 2013’s 10-Day Contracts

It was another busy year for short-term NBA contracts, as 32 players signed at least one 10-day deal following the beginning of the 10-day signing period in early January. We followed each of this year's signings using our handy 10-day contract tracker, so let's use the data there to break down the details on this year's 10-day deals….

Players whose first 10-day contract wasn't extended:

Players who signed two 10-day contracts, but weren't signed for the season:

Players who signed one 10-day contract, then were signed for the season:

Players who signed two 10-day contracts, then were signed for the season:

Notes on this year's 10-day contracts:

  • No players signed more 10-day deals this season than Jannero Pargo and Shelvin Mack, who each inked a total of four 10-day contracts with two separate teams before landing rest-of-season deals.
  • Pargo, Mack, Malcolm Thomas, and Maalik Wayns each signed at least one 10-day contract with two different teams. All four players ultimately signed rest-of-season deals.
  • The Celtics, Mavericks, Heat, Timberwolves, Hornets, and Sixers all signed three or more players to at least one 10-day contract. The Celtics' and Heat's end-of-season rosters each include three players that started on 10-day deals — Terrence Williams, Shavlik Randolph, and D.J. White for Boston, and Chris Andersen, Jarvis Varnado, and Juwan Howard for Miami.

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