The Milwaukee Bucks have reportedly agreed to terms with free agent guard O.J. Mayo.
According to the Journal Sentinel, the deal is worth $24 million over three years.
The signing will fill a void left at the shooting guard position after starter Monta Ellis opted out of the final year of his contract and reserves J.J. Redick and Mike Dunleavy agreed to terms with other teams earlier this week.
Mayo opted out of the second year of his two-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks, where he was the team's second-leading scorer, pouring in 15.3 points per contest while starting all 82 games.
The deal will become official on Wednesday when the league's moratorium period ends.