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Dennis Smith Jr. Signs Deal with Under Armour

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Dallas Mavericks rookie guard Dennis Smith Jr., the No. 9 overall pick in the NBA Draft, signed a three-year deal with Under Armour valued at $2 million per year plus incentives, according to a report from ESPN.

Smith, a one-and-done point guard from NC State, was one of the only holdouts of the 2017 draft class who had not signed an endorsement deal. After a strong summer league, the decision to table signing with a big-name company paid off. His Under Armour deal is reportedly three years in length and will include apparel and footwear.

Source: Kyle Boone of CBS Sports

 

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