Former Wake Forest basketball guard Codi Miller-McIntyre has signed a deal with the Dallas Mavericks to attend the team’s training camp. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Mavericks announce another signing for training camp, Codi Miller-McIntyre. pic.twitter.com/abSuVfrkw9— Damon R. Marx (@DamonMarxDMN) August 1, 2018
Miller-McIntyre was invited to the Toronto Raptors’ NBA summer league squad after having a couple of outstanding seasons overseas. Codi started at point guard in four of six summer league appearances. After a solid summer league performance as the squad’s top point guard, he earned this opportunity with the Mavericks.
In addition to the stats listed in the tweet above from his career at Wake Forest and overseas, here are his stats from summer league:
Minutes: 22.1 (132.5 total)
Points: 5.5 (33 total)
Rebounds: 4.5 (24 total)
Assists: 6.0, 8th in summer league (36 total)
Steals: 1.83 (11 total)
Field Goal Percentage: 34.1% (14-41)
Three Point Percentage: 18.2% (2-11)
Offensive Rating: 85.9
Defensive Rating: 99.2
Player Efficiency Rating: 13.81
Miller-McIntyre will be competing for a spot as a reserve guard, likely for a two-way contract. The roster already features several guards in second-year player Dennis Smith Jr. from NC State, rookie sensation and third overall pick Luka Doncic, veterans Wesley Matthews and J.J. Barea, rookie Jalen Brunson out of Villanova, and second-year player Kyle Collinsworth out of BYU. Five of the guards are currently under contract.
We wish Codi all the best as he looks to take this next step in his career.