Dallas Mavericks: 10 options for the Mavs with the 37th pick

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MIAMI, FL – DECEMBER 01: Miye Oni #25 of the Yale Bulldogs reacts against the Miami Hurricanes during the HoopHall Miami Invitational at American Airlines Arena on December 1, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

The Dallas Mavericks will have the 37th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft tomorrow evening. Here are 10 guys the Mavs should monitor on draft night.

The NBA Draft is nearly here and the Dallas Mavericks undoubtedly have their draft board ready to go and are awaiting the 36 selections that will be made ahead of them. Last year’s draft was a little more exciting for Mavs fans who got to see the team make a lottery pick as well as several second round selections, but this year should still be fun.

The Mavs will have the 37th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. The team will be looking for guys that can help contribute to the team this year, but never doubt the Mavs brain trust when they see someone they like.

Here are a couple honorable mention players that the Mavs could think about targeting.

Honorable Mention

Nicolas Claxton

Claxton is a center that has proven to be a really solid player in his two years as a Georgia Bulldog. Claxton was not utilized as well in his freshman year, but this past year, he has become one of the premier shot blockers in the NCAA. In fact, he had seven blocked shots in one of the scrimmages at the NBA Combine.

The Mavs don’t really need a rim-running center like Claxton since Dwight Powell will be back, so the Claxton selection would not make much sense.

Kyle Guy

I have written plenty about how good I think Kyle Guy would do in Dallas and that opinion hasn’t changed, but I decided to give it a rest this time around in order to talk about some other prospects. Guy is a great player that has shown he can do it all and can even do it on the biggest of stages.

Without further ado, here are 10 players the Mavs should consider selecting with the 37th pick.

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