Dallas Mavericks: Trey Burke is already putting in work
By Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks guard Trey Burke is already putting in work
The Dallas Mavericks signed Trey Burke as a replacement player for the Walt Disney World restart. He would go on to start the team’s final three playoff games. Burke’s energy, hustle, and playmaking ability gave the Mavs a few new wrinkles. The 27-year-old played the best basketball of his career in Orlando.
It was Burke’s second stint with Dallas. He joined the team as part of the Kristaps Porzingis trade in 2019. After the season, Burke became a free agent and signed with the Philadelphia 76ers. They waived him in February. Burke remained on the free-agent market until the Mavs grabbed him for the restart.
The 27-year-old is an unrestricted free agent again. He played his way into a contract, though. Burke is determined to not stop there. Let us take a look at the latest before debating on if the Mavs will bring him back.
Dallas Mavericks guard Trey Burke is already hard at work
Burke wasted no time in getting back at it. He has been posting daily workout videos on his Instagram story. Fans could see him getting up shots and lifting on Monday.
The Mavericks would love to bring Burke back next season. He showed improved defense, shooting, and playmaking in Orlando. The 27-year-old played his best in the playoffs. Dallas will be back in the postseason. Having a guard that can step up and improve his play could be the difference in advancing to the second round.
Other teams will be eyeing Burke too. Fans can read an in-depth article on if the Mavs will bring him back here.
That is just one of many moves the Dallas Mavericks will be looking to make this offseason. They plan is to take another step forward in 2021. Fans are excited to see how the team makes that happen, so stay tuned.