The Indiana Pacers added more guard help Friday in the wake of Darren Collison's recent retirement, signing a one-year, $4.8 million deal with free-agent guard Justin Holiday.
The move unites Holiday with brother Aaron, who figures to see his responsibilities at point guard increase in his second NBA season.
Justin Holiday, 30, averaged 10.5 points and had 3.9 rebounds in 82 games (77 starts) for the Chicago Bulls and Memphis Grizzlies last season. The Bulls traded him to Memphis in January.
Justin Holiday, a product of Washington, is heading into his seventh NBA season and has an 8.1 career scoring average. Aaron Holiday, 22 and a product of UCLA, averaged 5.9 points and 1.7 assists in 50 games with the Pacers last season after he was drafted No. 23 overall.
The two are also brothers of veteran New Orleans Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday.
--Field Level Media