Dallas Mavericks added two more forwards, Jamil Wilson and Brandon Ashley, to their eventual training camp roster in the weekend, according to sources.
On Sunday, the team reached a partial non-guaranteed agreement with forward Jamil Wilson. Earlier on Saturday, the team came to a similar terms of contract to rope in Brandon Ashley, who also is a forward, according to realGM.
Ashley, after completion of his junior years in Arizona, was declared in the NBA draft. The forward featured in the summer league in Las Vegas for the Atlanta Hawks after remaining undrafted.
The 6’9″ averaged 10.4 points on 50.9 percent shooting and 5.3 rebounds in seven games of the summer league and his show coming off the bench helped the Hawks eliminate the Mavs, a performance which earned him a contract in NBA.
6’7″ free agent forward Jamil Wilson, a second year pro out of Marquette, also went undrafted in the 2014 NBA draft. He featured for the Bakersfield Jam in the D-League last season. Wilson will be signing for the Mavs on Monday. The promising forward played for the Washington Wizards in the summer league at Vegas. Wilson averaged 7.4 points on 41.7 percent shooting and 3.2 rebounds with the Wizards and is now rewarded by the Mavs.
The addition takes Mavs’ training camp roster to 18 players. A team is allowed to keep 15 men in their final roster.