FRISCO -- Devin Harris said "it's a good possibility'' he'll be back playing for the Dallas Mavericks again next season.
Now it's just a matter of negotiating his new contract.
A 10-year veteran point guard, Harris becomes a free agent on July 1 and is looking for at least a three-year contract. Asked if the three-year, $9 million free agent offer that the Mavs pulled off the table last year when they discovered he had an injured toe would suffice, Harris said: "That's a good starting point.''
Harris, 31, said he also would like to see the Mavs re-sign forward Dirk Nowitzki.
"It starts with (Nowitzki),'' Harris said. "Once we get him we can follow suit.
"Vince (Carter), I would like to see back as well. As well as Shawn (Marion).''
In 40 games this past season with the Mavs, Harris averaged 7.9 points and 4.5 assists in only 20.5 minutes per game. In the meantime Harris will be one of several athletes from various professional sports who will play in Dirk Nowitzki's Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game at 6 tonight at Dr Pepper Ballpark.
-- Dwain Price
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