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Dallas Mavericks Award: Worst Offseason Acquisition

It’s awards time! Sadly, not a single Dallas Mavericks’ player earned any of the end of season honors, but that doesn’t mean we can’t hand out our very own.

Previous Awards: 6th Man | ROY | Best Acquisition

Monta Ellis, Jose Calderon, Samuel Dalembert, DeJuan Blair, Devin Harris, Wayne Ellington, Shane Larkin, Gal Mekel, and Ricky Ledo were all brought in last offseason to improve the roster. While some were starters, others were key reservers, and the rest not in the rotation much, they all had the opportunity to either impress or disappoint. This time we’ll decide who we believe was the Mavs worst acquisition of the group.

Ace Feltman (@MFFeLtman): Wayne Ellington His second guaranteed season in Dallas needs to be better. Needs to.

Brian Gosset (@Gosset41): Wayne Ellington He was brought in to help the small forward depth and make 3-pointers. By not playing much, he didn’t do either one of them.

Bailey Rogers (@BRogers789): Mekel. He was never going to be better than Calathes, and then on top of that already obvious fact, we added 1000 better guards to the roster in front of him. Just a really stupid signing.

Jose De Leon (@JoseOfLion06): Wayne Ellington His contribution to the team was non-existent. He wasn’t even the guy that had crazy, awesome dance celebrations at the end of the bench when the Mavs hit a three or Carter flushed one in. If you’re not going to give me anything on the court, you better be really good at celebrating your teammates’ accomplishments from the sidelines.

Rami Michail (@RamiMichail): I sadly have to say it’s Wayne. He was slated to be the Mavs starting shooting guard prior to the last second and surprise signing of Monta Ellis.

Who would you label as the worst offseason pick up?

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