Mavericks Sign P.J. Dozier

AUGUST 8: The Mavericks have officially signed Dozier, the team announced today in a press release.

JULY 27: The Mavericks have reached an agreement to bring P.J. Dozier to the team, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com tweets. The scribe adds that the deal will only be partially guaranteed.

The combo guard spent two seasons at South Carolina where he scored 10.4 points per game and shot slightly under 40.0% from the field. As a sophomore, he helped lead the Gamecocks to their first final four in school history.

Dozier was not selected in this summer’s draft, though, as an undrafted free agent, he was able to find a Summer League deal with the Lakers. He only played in two games for the franchise’s team in Las Vegas before parting ways with Los Angeles.

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3 thoughts on “Mavericks Sign P.J. Dozier

    • Bransonreynolds

      Riding that final 4 momentum to get some cash I suppose. He can’t shoot but he can do a few things well plus hes 6’6. Good guy to take a shot on. Now just make him shoot 1000000 threes a day and get better

      • RockHard

        He thought he would be drafted because he had hype in high school, McDonald’s all-American

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