(ORLANDO, FL) - The Indiana Pacers have come to terms with first-round draft choice Tyler Hansbrough.
The team did not disclose the terms of the agreement, but the Indianapolis Star reports that it is a four-year deal with the pacers holding a team option on the third and fourth years.
Year one of the deal is reportedly worth 1.5 million dollars and the second year is worth 1.7 million dollars.
The Pacers also signed their first free agent of the off-season; landing former Denver Nuggets guard Dahntay Jones.
That deal is reported to be for four years at eleven-million dollars with Jones holding a player option for the fourth year.
Jones started 71 games for Denver last season, averaging five points and two rebounds.
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