The Detroit Pistons reportedly inked a two-year, $3.6 million deal with shooting guard Ronald “Flip” Murray, according to ESPN.com.
The team and free agent agreed to terms Friday night, a league source told the Web site.
The Pistons were in the market for a multi-faceted player who can get to the basket and be a producer off the bench, ESPN.com reports.
Murray joins Nazr Mohamed as new pieces to the puzzle in Detroit after the 2004 NBA champs lost Ben Wallace to the Chicago Bulls.
Murray first became known with the Seattle Sonics where he filled in for an injured Ray Allen, and scored 20 or more points in 10 of his first 11 games, ESPN.com reports.
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