Mavericks want Devin Harris back
Sources told ESPN.com that the Mavericks and Harris are putting the finishing touches on a three-year deal to bring Harris back.
A source told ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon that the deal is worth a little more than $9 million over the three years, the same terms Harris and the Mavs originally agreed to last summer before discovering during a pre-signing physical screening that Harris needed complicated toe surgery. After the parties mutually agreed to pull that deal off the table, Harris played last season for the veteran's minimum of $1.3 million.
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Stein began covering the NBA during the 1993-94 season and had stints as both Clippers and Lakers beat writer for the Los Angeles Daily News. He then served as Mavericks beat writer and later as NBA columnist for The Dallas Morning News before his move to ESPN. His work has also appeared in The Washington Post, The Orange County Register and The San Bernardino Sun. In addition to his NBA reporting, Stein has covered soccer's World Cup, tennis' U.S. Open and the Summer Olympics among other major events. Every Sunday, Stein co-hosts the weekly Soccer Today show on ESPN Radio (103.3 FM) in Dallas.
Stein is a 1991 communications graduate of California State University Fullerton and received his school's highest alumni honor when he was named as part of CSUF's 2006 class of "Vision & Visionaries." His writing has been honored numerous times by the Professional Basketball Writers Association.
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