Dallas Mavericks: 5 Players That Could Be Gone
After spending time in the D-League, Jarrod Uthoff was signed to a 10-day contract with the Mavericks on March 9th.
Ten days later, Uthoff signed another 10-day contract and would eventually go on to sign a multi-year deal with Dallas. The “multi-year” contract simply means that Uthoff will be due roughly $1.3 million next year.
But like Harris, Uthoff’s cap number is non-guaranteed for next season.
Uthoff appeared in just nine games for Dallas and it was mainly due to the fact that Dallas was already eliminated from playoff contention. He was advertised as a stretch four where he shot nine three pointers and made three of them.
Uthoff is a young asset that Dallas could bring back for a cheap price.
With the roster limit growing from 15 to 17 for next season with the two D-League friendly contracts, Uthoff could be appealing for Dallas to develop.
My guess, Uthoff won’t be back next season.