The Dallas Mavericks have reached an agreement with restricted free agent Harrison Barnes, for a four-year, $94 million dollar contract.

This comes right after Kevin Durant made a commitment to sign with the Warriors, after several team meetings over the 4th of July weekend.

Barnes, the Warriors' starting small forward the last few years, is coming off of a bad Finals performance, but he was also recently chosen as a replacement selection to the US Olympic team.

Although Barnes has all of the physical tools to excel, he has yet to put everything together to play up to his potential.

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At 24 years old, Barnes will likely start for the Mavericks, adding his career 10.1 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.5 assists to the team as he continues to mature and grow.

He is capable of knocking down shots from the three-point line, playing defense on tough wing players, and his athletic ability gives him the option to get to the basket as a slasher and finisher.

Barnes will replace the void left by Chandler Parsons, who signed with the Memphis Grizzlies.

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