Former Indiana basketball player Yogi Ferrell has had a heck of a week.
And it’s about to get even crazier.
After scoring 32 points for the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night, it was reported Saturday that the Mavs plan to sign Ferrell to a two-year NBA contract once his 10-day contract with the team expires.
Dallas' Yogi Ferrell has agreed on a two-year deal that he'll sign Tuesday when first 10-day expires, league sources tell The Vertical.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) February 4, 2017
Ferrell signed the short contract with the Mavs last Saturday. He had been waived by the Brooklyn Nets in December.
Over the past week, Ferrell has played in four games with the Mavs, recording 36-plus minutes in each.
In his first game, he had nine points and seven assists. Since then, has taken his game up a notch, scoring 19 points with four steals and five assists on Monday, and recording 11 points and five assists on Wednesday.
In his 32-point effort Friday, Ferrell was 9-of-11 on 3-pointers and was 11-of-17 from the field with five assists in the game.