The Dallas Mavericks have signed Quincy Acy to a two-year deal, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania. The deal will have to be at the NBA's league minimum, since the Mavericks have already used up all of their cap space.
Acy is a 25-year-old who graduated from Baylor and plays small forward, although he can slide up to power forward in a pinch. He has played with the Raptors, the Knicks and the Kings during his four-year NBA career, averaging 19 minutes per game in New York, a career high, along with six points on 46 percent shooting.
Acy continues the Mavericks trend of filling out their bench with young players rather than veterans. With Acy, the Mavericks have 15 players under contract, although there's always room to add five more training camp players who could make the roster over one of the players with a partially guaranteed deal (Nicolas Brussino, Dorian Finney-Smith and Jonathan Gibson).