Bryce Dejean-Jones signs partially-guaranteed deal with Pelicans

Bryce Dejean-Jones went undrafted after playing for three different colleges in five years, but impressed enough at Summer League to earn a contract with the Pelicans.

New Orleans signed him to a partially-guaranteed three-year deal, reports John Reid of NOLA.com.

Dejean-Jones lit it up in the Pelicans' Summer League finale, scoring 25 points against the Phoenix Suns. He was the team's second leading scorer, and averaged 12.8 points in six appearances while shooting 61 percent from the field.

New Orleans now has 13 players inked to guaranteed deals for next season. Norris Cole is expected to be the 14th, because he's a restricted free agent and the Pelicans can match any offer he might receive. But to this point, he remains unsigned.