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Mavericks sign forward Terry Larrier

The undrafted former UConn player gets a shot at making an NBA roster.

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The Dallas Mavericks have signed Terry Larrier, the team announced Tuesday. Larrier went undrafted in this summer’s NBA Draft after a three-year collegiate career that began at Virginia Commonwealth University and ended at the University of Connecticut.

In his two seasons at UConn, the 6-foot-8 Larrier averaged 13.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, and one assist. He shot 40.7 percent from the floor and 37.2 percent from behind the arc.

Larrier also appeared in both the Salt Lake City and Las Vegas summer leagues this year. Playing for the Memphis Grizzlies in Salt Lake, he averaged two points and two rebounds while shooting 18.2 percent in three games.

In Las Vegas, he played one game with the Grizzlies before joining the Mavericks. IN two games with Dallas, Larrier averaged one point on 33.3 percent shooting. His best game came against the Chicago Bulls when he scored two points on 50 percent shooting in nine minutes.

Terms of Larrier’s deal were not disclosed, as is standard protocol for the Mavs. However, it’s likely that he’s being brought on to fill out the training camp roster.