NBA Free Agency: Mayo and Bucks agree to 3-year deal worth $24 million

USA TODAY Sports

It appears the Mavericks will have a new starting two-guard next year with the Bucks and Mayo agreeing on a deal.

It's been quite the day. Here's more madness:

Mayo put up 15.3 points and 4.4 assists per game with 40.7 percent three-point shooting. But there was more to it than that. Mayo posted a 14 PER (league average player is a 15) and had awful turnovers and some hilariously bad off-ball defense.

He ended up being a negative for the Mavs. So, wish the Bucks well in their new $8-million-per-year guard.

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