Dallas Mavericks: Courtney Lee shows off his style

Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks Courtney Lee (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Courtney Lee (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks wing Courtney Lee is one of the best-dressed guys on the team. Here is a look at some of his pregame outfits this season.

The Dallas Mavericks will not be playing games anytime soon. The NBA has suspended the season. It appears that June is the earliest they will be back on the court. There is the possibility that the rest of the season is cancelled. Health and safety remain the priority here as it should be.

The team is not even holding practice. That has given the players some unexpected free time. It also allows us to explore some things that often fly under the radar.

The Mavericks posted a look at the pregame outfits of Courtney Lee this season on Tiktok. Fans can see the video here.

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The veteran certainly has style. Fans may miss out on seeing what Lee had in store for the remaining games, but rest assured he would have been looking good.

Productive on the court

Courtney Lee was an afterthought in the rotation heading into this season. Most viewed him as a locker room presence that would barely see the court. Then, Lee started on opening night. Coach Rick Carlisle wanted to use him to matchup on Bradley Beal.

Lee has started nine games this season. The veteran has played well too. He is shooting 48.8 percent from the field and 44.7 percent on his 3-pointers. Lee never passes up an open look and is producing for the Mavs when called upon.

The 34-year-old will be a free agent after the season. It will be interesting to see what is next for Lee. The Mavericks could bring him back, but he would have to take a pay cut to make that happen. Lee is still a productive player, so he may choose to pursue a larger role elsewhere. Stay tuned.

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