Jones, who was on a two-way contract, appeared in 12 games for Dallas last season. He averaged 5.8 PPG and 2.9 RPG in 13.5 MPG.
The 6’7” Jones also played four games for the Pelicans last season. Dallas claimed him in January after New Orleans cut him loose. He made history as the first player on a two-way contract getting claimed off waivers.
The Texas A&M product went undrafted out of college.
Dallas opens up a two-way slot by the transaction. Its other two-way slot currently belongs to forward Johnathan Motley.
Check out all the two-way contracts for every club here.