The Dallas Mavericks signed guard Deron Williams on Tuesday.
ESPN reported that the contract is worth $10 million over two seasons and includes a player option for the second year.
Williams was waived by Brooklyn on Friday and landed with Dallas, which was in need of a point guard after Monta Ellis departed to Sacramento via free agency.
Injuries helped diminish the effectiveness of Williams in recent seasons.
In 2014-15 with Brooklyn, the 31-year-old averaged 13 points per game, his lowest since his rookie season in 2005-06 with Utah. His 6.6 assists per game were below his career average of 8.5, and he shot a career-low 38.7 percent from the field.
Williams, who attended The Colony High School in the Dallas suburbs before playing collegiately at Illinois, owns career averages of 17 points per game on 44.7 percent shooting in 716 career games with the Nets and Jazz.
>>Spurs Resign Green
The San Antonio Spurs re-signed sharpshooter Danny Green to a three-year deal on Tuesday.
"We are thrilled to have Danny returning to San Antonio," Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said. "It was a pleasure watching Danny grow and develop this past season. We think he will only continue to mature and get better, and we're happy that this will be happening with the San Antonio Spurs."
The six-year NBA veteran averaged a career-best 11.7 points per game and shot 41.8 percent from beyond the arc last season. His 191 3-pointers made in 2014-15 set a franchise record.