With training camp on the horizon, the Indiana Pacers added some veteran depth to their roster on Friday.
The team announced that it has signed three NBA veterans: guard Langston Galloway, forward Justin Anderson and center Norvel Pelle. To make room on the roster, which is capped at 20 players during the offseason, the Pacers released forward Bennie Boatwright and guards Gabe York and David Stockton. They retain the G League rights to all three players, who were signed last Friday.
The Pacers did not disclose terms of the contracts, though players who sign this late into the offseason usually agree to non-guaranteed training camp deals.
Galloway, 30, is a veteran of 452 NBA games and has averaged 8.1 points while shooting 36.8% from 3-point range. He played in seven NBA games last season — four with the Brooklyn Nets and three with the Milwaukee Bucks — while spending the majority of 2021-22 with the G League's College Park Skyhawks.
Anderson, 28, spent time with the Pacers on a series of 10-day contracts last season and played in 13 games, averaging 6.8 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.1 assists. The 6-foot-6, 230-pound wing also played in three games for the Cleveland Cavaliers and had several stints with the Pacers' G League affiliate, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. Anderson, who previously played in 106 games over two seasons for Rick Carlisle's Dallas Mavericks, is a veteran of 242 NBA contests.
The 29-year-old Pelle has played in 40 NBA games over three seasons, including three in 2021-22 for the Utah Jazz. The Pacers have a two-way contract slot open, so Pelle could be a candidate for that role if they want some extra frontcourt depth on the NBA roster.