Like father, like son.
Another Stockton is heading to Salt Lake City.
David Stockton, the son of Utah Jazz great John Stockton, will sign a 10-day contract to his father’s former team, John confirmed Friday. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski originally broke the news.
David is a former Gonzaga floor general and most recently played for the Reno Bighorns in the G League.
Utah Jazz starting point guard Ricky Rubio is questionable for Saturday's game against the Sacramento Kings. Backup guard Raul Neto is out with a left wrist fracture.
John is a Hall of Famer, who sits atop the all-time leaders for assists and steals. He spent his entire NBA career in Utah from 1984-2003.
The Jazz have won 20 of their last 22 games and will host the Sacramento Kings on Saturday at home.
David also signed a 10-day contract with the Kings in 2015 and played for the team in the preseason as well as the organization’s summer league team.
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated John Stockton's career with the Jazz as 1984-1993. It has been corrected to 1984-2003.