5 players the Dallas Mavericks could sign for NBA Disney
5 players the Dallas Mavericks could sign for NBA Orlando
The Dallas Mavericks are beginning to gear up for the NBA’s restart. 22 teams will head to Orlando for the season’s conclusion starting in July. Each organization will play eight regular season games before the playoffs begin.
The NBA Finals will wrap up in October. That means three months in Orlando for the team that wins the championship.
The restart plan is ideal for the Mavericks. They are nearly guaranteed a playoff spot and have the opportunity to climb in the standings. Fans can read all about why it is the perfect scenario for Dallas here.
Will Dallas Mavericks make moves before NBA’s restart in Orlando?
Fans got word on the roster rules on June 11. A transaction window will open in June with all 30 teams eligible to sign free agents or convert two-way players into NBA contracts.
Teams will be allowed to bring 17 players to Orlando. The Mavs have the option of adding their two-way contract players. Both Antonius Cleveland and Josh Reeves have limited NBA experience, though. Playing them in the playoffs may not be the best course of action.
There other option is signing a free agent. The Mavericks would have to waive a player to be able to sign someone else. They will not be allowed to replace Dwight Powell or Jalen Brunson despite both being out of the year.
Here are 5 free agent options the Dallas Mavericks could sign for the rest of the season.
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