The Dallas Mavericks have made some fantastic moves in the past decade. Here is a look at the ten best acquisitions during that time.
Dallas Mavericks supporters have seen their team make a plethora of moves over the last ten years. In professional sports, trades and signings are not equal. Some make a greater impact than others. Teams also make bad decisions that can sink their franchise for years.
The Mavericks are no different. There have been horrible moves in recent years, but Dallas has made some excellent acquisitions that have been anywhere from minor to significant to the franchise. That will always be the case. No team finishes with a perfect batting average when adding to their roster.
The Mavs have only made the postseason four times since their historic championship run in 2011. All of the appearances have been first-round exits. The team has not featured a second star player to compliment Mavericks GOAT Dirk Nowitzki during that stretch.
The future looks bright in Dallas, though. The front office has recently added key players that will carry the team into the next decade of success. It has the fan base buzzing for the upcoming season and the future of Mavs basketball.
Let us take a look back at the Dallas Mavericks best moves since 2009. The list is built from trades, free agent signings, and acquiring talent in the draft. Not all of the moves are equal. Some of the transactions might seem minor, but they helped the Mavericks when they needed it most.