Felix reportedly signs 4-year deal with Pacers

According to a Hoopsworld.com report, former Arizona State forward Carrick Felix has agreed to a four-year contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Felix, a second-round pick who was selected 33rd overall during the NBA Draft on June 27, averaged 7.2 points and 5.4 rebounds while playing for the Cavs’ entry in last month’s Las Vegas Summer League.

As one of two second-round picks to land four-year contracts thus far (Ricky Ledo of the Dallas Mavericks is the other), the former Millennium High star will be paid $510,000 this season.