Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris will become a free agent Tuesday.
He’ll be one of six Mavericks who will become free agents, joining Dirk Nowitzki, DeJuan Blair, Vince Carter, Shawn Marion and Bernard James.
Players can not sign free-agent contracts until July 10, when the league salary cap is set.
Harris, 31, is in his second stint with the Mavericks. He averaged 7.9 points and 4.5 assists last season and had some big moments in the first-round loss to the eventual champion San Antonio Spurs.
Harris, who recently returned from vacation, has played nine seasons in the league with four teams, including his first stint with the Mavericks from 2004-2008.
Last off-season, Harris had agreed to a three-year deal worth more than $9 million, but that was before a physical revealed a toe injury that required surgery.
Instead, he signed a one-year, $1.3 million deal.
Now he’s back on the market for the second consecutive season, but he would prefer to stay with the Mavericks.
“This is where I want to be,” Harris said. “If it works out, that’s obviously what we would want to do.”
Harris recently participated in Dirk Nowitzki’s Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game in Frisco and the Mavericks Summer Hoop Camp at Richland College in Dallas.