When the Atlanta Hawks signed Shelvin Mack for the remainder of the season back on March 26 the terms of the deal were not disclosed. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Mack signed a two-year deal with the second year being non-guaranteed. This means that Mack is likely to participate on the team's summer league team and will likely be in training camp next season.
Atlanta first signed Mack to a 10-day contract back on March 6 to help provide some depth at the point guard position. Since then Mack has appeared in 13 games with Atlanta and has averaged 3.7 points on 45 percent shooting to go along with 1.9 assists. With Devin Harris out on Wednesday Mack will be the primary back up point guard behind Jeff Teague.
Mack has looked quite comfortable with the Hawks and have stepped up and made big shots in a couple of games since joining the team.